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When do you think the price of gas will hit five bucks a gallon?

Editor's review Page 2 of 2

Published 24 Mar 2012

[cont'd] to get up to speed on the story. Likewise, after a question expires, Correctnicity adds a closing link to a source related to the correct answer. After a question has expired or events themselves have provided the correct answer, Correctnicity calculates a score for everyone who made a prediction whether they are right or wrong. This score is measured in what is called CX  or Correctnicity Experience.
Correctnicity is a fun way to increase your world knowledge as you make predictions by answering questions related to the day's news. Your Correctnicity Score is based on accuracy, time and the votes of fellow users. But here s where it gets interesting. Here is a crowdsourcing app that works on several  levels. On the one hand it's a fun game of one upmanship where you can win points for predicting future events and prove to your friends that you are top dog.  But, without a doubt, it also has what some could feel is it's more interesting side. It increases awareness of world events and, if you wanna be good at it, literally forces the gamer to research their subjects - and that's gotta be good. So, back to Prince Harry...