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I'm probably just being an idiot, but are there any ways that we can help out stackoverflow outside of visiting the site itself? There's a list of things we can do besides just posting on the site, but I just wanted to ask if there are any additional things we could do to beat the crap out of expert sexchange help the site we love so much! :D (reviewing it on other websites, linking to it from blogs, spreading the word, etc.)

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Yes, there are things you can do outside the website, such as: reviewing it on other websites, linking to it from blogs, spreading the word, etc. – Andreas Bonini Feb 7 '10 at 17:46
@Koper any specific other websites you have in mind? :D – Gordon Gustafson Feb 9 '10 at 14:26

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Well at DDD8 last weekend (at Microsoft's Reading UK HQ) there just might have been some random developer going around with a brown envelope filled with trilogy stickers. I didn't recognise me him though.

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Good thing then that developers are practical people that don't fall for something like stickers, right? – balpha Feb 7 '10 at 19:49

An obvious answer, talk it up with people you meet. I'm not much of a programmer, so I talk up serverfault and superuser, especially with people who aren't engineers.

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I talk up S.O. to programming friends, Server Vault to IT collegues, and random other stacks(?) to random other friends....it's (stackexchange) really a site that anyone could learn from. – d-_-b Dec 4 '12 at 5:59

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