I guess I've been using Quora heavily since about March. I originally joined Quora in 2015, but it was one of those things, eventually, that I quickly abandoned, until I decided it was a better and more interesting thing than I'd thought.
Quora is a community where you post questions and people respond because they think they have an authoritative answer. The emails I get provide a digest of responses to various questions, picked because they've been voted by members as good answers. I don't always agree. Actually, that's half of why I started taking a more active role.
I've done a lot of Star Wars answers. I never get tired of that. It's fun challenging conventional wisdom, because conventional wisdom often seems to be wrong, which seems more appropriate the more you think about it. People specialize in group think more often than they'd care to admit. They become convinced that their thoughts are their own, but being social creatures we rely on the opinions of our peers for a lot of the decisions we make, and then convince ourselves that there are valid personal reasons why we reached them. Yeah. Few of us seem to have the courage for bold opinions.
Well, anyway, you can check out my responses here.