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Our Favorite Websites
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It's impossible not to love Instructables, the website where amateur do-it-yourselfers post visual tutorials on how to make just about anything you could imagine.
Now if you're interests are focused on a narrow domain -- for example if you're interested in knitting, painting, electronics, etc., then you're going to find better websites for tutorials in your chosen area with content created by people with professional-level skills. That's not what instructables is about.
But if you're tastes are eclectic, and you like meeting fellow amateurs and dabblers, the charm and friendliness and sheer variety of the tutorials at Instructables is a joy to behold.
If you have kids, and they get bored -- get on the computer and go to the Instructables website, and you're bound to find something fun to make.
Visit Site: http://www.instructables.com
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