How To Sites

There seem to be How-To guides and videos on the web for just about everything. Check out these websites below.

WikiHow: WikiHow is a collaborative effort to build and share the world’s largest, highest quality how-to manual. Like Wikipedia, wikiHow is a wiki, in that anyone can write or edit a page on the site. Thousands of people from all over the world have collaboratively written 96,367 how-to articles.”
Man Made DIY: “ManMade features original how-to content, videos, and design inspiration created by both women and men. It’s for anyone that says “Hey, I can do that”, and believes that sewing machines and tablesaws alike belong in the workshop. Our current era allows for an entire new spin on what it means to live the handmade life, and ManMade wants everyone to know they’re invited!”
Instructables: “Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others.”
VideoJug: “Over 60,000 free, professionally-produced ‘how to’ videos and guides, we provide expert solutions & step-by-step advice on getting good at life.”
bildr: “bildr is a community for artists, designers, makers, builders, or anyone interested in the world of electronics and code. Unlike other sites, bildr is not about documenting user projects, but organizing and presenting information in a way that will help users build faster and better.bildr is about getting your ideas going by giving you everything you need to know up front without hours of scouring the internet.”
Craftster: Craftster is an online community where people share hip, off-beat, crafty diy (do it yourself) projects. The term “Craftster” means “crafty hipster” and is also meant to be an homage to the pioneer peer-to-peer sites Napster and Friendster.
Language Learning Online
Live Mocha: “Livemocha is the world’s largest online language learning community, offering free and paid online language courses in 35 languages to more than 6 million members from over 200 countries around the world.”
Bussu: “Learn languages online with interactive language courses and lessons.”
Voxy: Learn English by reading real stories you actually care about. It’s free. Voxy is the most exciting way to learn English. Every learning opportunity is customized to your interests and skill levels.

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