Thursday, October 26, 2006

Ultimate "How To" Services at Your Fingertips

Have you ever needed to fix something and no one was available to help you? Now you can just power on your computer and visit one of these web sites for instructions.


VideoJug.com has short, instructional videos, some made by experts and others by amateurs, about a variety of topics including topics about how to get video onto your iPod, how to protect your computer in a storm, how to fold a t-shirt in 2 seconds. www.VideoJug.com


eHow.com is another site for do-it-yourselfers with step-by-step instructions in categories like Car Information, Careers & Education, Computers, Holiday Traditions, & Sports and Fitness. Find out how to change your mouse speed, add a gradient color as background to a Word
document, buy a used car, or drive in the fog. www.eHow.com

WikiHow.com bills itself as "The How-To Manual That Anyone Can Write or Edit," in the true spirit of wikis -- user-generated content approach. Learn how to fix a broken bicycle chain, be punctual, carve a pumpkin, get out of a cellular service contract and more at this site. There have been 50 changes to describing the correct way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Who knew? www.wikiHow.com

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