Saturday, January 30, 2010

Sites That Teach You How to Do Anything

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Howcast is all about videos – videos on everything


WikiHow is a Wikipedia-style handbook for how to do anything. It’s created, edited and maintained by the community, and anyone can edit any page. Sounds like it wouldn’t work for a How-To, but it does


eHow is a huge resource of instructions, both written and video, on how to do just about anything. The site boasts over 500,000 articles and videos, all created by professionals – the quality here is often higher than on a site like WikiHow.


Instructables is all about DIY (Do It Yourself) projects. It’s a huge repository of how to pull together household objects or cheap parts, and make something cool out of them

Even website has got good tutorials.
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