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2011 | 13 | 167-178
Article title

Kto pyta nie błądzi. FAQ jako ułatwienie i regulacja komunikacji internetowej

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There’s no harm in asking. FAQ as facilitation and the regulation of the Internet communication
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The acronym FAQ was developed in 1983 by Eugene Miya for the SPACE mailing list. FAQs (Frequently Asked/Answered Questions) are listed questions and answers, all supposed to be commonly asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic. A compilation of frequently asked questions and their answers is referred to as a FAQ list or FAQ article. The term FAQ, and the idea behind it, has spread offline as well, even to areas not related to the Net at all. Originally the term FAQ referred to the Frequently Answered Question itself, and the compilation of questions and answers was known as a FAQ list or some similar expression. Today FAQ is more frequently used to refer to a list, and a text consisting of questions and their answers is often called an FAQ regardless of whether the questions are actually frequently asked (if asked at all).
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13
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