I love the new Quack Overflow. My coworkers noticed the yellow friend in the corner of their screen, explained their problems and got their solution. Or, well, at least found the source of their problems and were able to ask a better question on the correct SE site.
They don't ask me about their syntax errors or undefined behaviour anymore, which on the one hand makes my job easier but on the other hand takes a little bit of my job security. But I'm willing to risk that just to get away from yet another "why doesn't this work" question.
The omniscient duck is really helpful. However, it gets a little bit loud in the office. Everyone now talks to their screens, the air is filled with semantic and syntactical errors, some weep at the epiphany, others outright scream in disbelief that a small piece of plastic knows so much. A vortex of sound circles around and I fear that my boss will ban the use of the tool and we'll be back to square one.
Therefore, can we get a private Quack Overflow duck that accepts keyboard inputs? Or add a telepathic penship mode where users write their thoughts on paper? Otherwise I might end up as our office rubber duck again if this marvellous tool gets banned :(.