Piazzza is not going to be too easy to figure out until they come out of beta. TechCrunch seems unusually enthused though: their goal is to provide a focused Q&A to student groups to facilitate exchange and helping one another. A good idea. I think they might have gone for quaddrangle, although it was probably taken just like Piazza (Italian for square). I think Piazzza has more Pizazz and students might confuse it with Pizza which will guarantee they show up.
Q&A is becoming a structure within a language – and it’s spoken everywhere. Soon I’ll be posting about Witkey, an apparent blow out success in China, and Naven Knowledge-In in Korea. Until then, see you ’round the Q&A.