80 Come-ai luoghi degno Bookmarking

9 luglio 2008

entro giovedì Bram

Sedendomi sulla mia tabella pranzante della stanza, attualmente ho mezza dozzina di progetti in vario dichiaro di cottura. Alcuni coinvolgono vivisected le parti del calcolatore, altri finalmente saranno wearable ed alcune sono appena cose che fredde ho ho funzionato attraverso sul Internet. Gradisco fare le cose io stesso - penso che l'insetto di DIY sia una delle malattie infettive migliori nella Comunità del lifehack.

Questi ottanta luoghi sono i posti che giro a quando sto provando a calcolare fuori come compire tutto l'obiettivo particolare. Qualunque momento sto affrontando un nuovo progetto, comincio ricerca per come-TOS che lo aiuterà a calcolare fuori come la gente ha fatto le cose simili e quanto probabilmente devo rifinire ancora il progetto con tutte e dieci le barrette intact. Li ho rotti in su in alcune categorie differenti, per aiutarli appena a limitare giù che cosa potreste cercare. Alcuni sono semplicemente archiviano in pieno delle lezioni private. Alcuni sono blogs che pubblicano ragionevolmente regolarmente come-TOS. Alcuni sono appena luoghi grandi delle risorse. Ma tutti mi hanno fornito le informazioni necessarie per portare a termine su un progetto.

Ogni Come-ai possono ottenere le loro mani sopra

Questi dieci luoghi sono più felici di ospitare c'è ne come-ad intorno. Ho visto tutto dalle incisioni dei fissaggi di calcolatore alle istruzioni per la birra di fermentazione su questi luoghi. Ciò è il posto da cominciare - potete limitare giù la vostra ricerca mentre ottenete un'idea migliore del vostro progetto.

  1. Faccia Blog dello scomparto
  2. Instructables
  3. Come il roba funziona
  4. Laboratori pazzi diabolici dello scienziato
  5. wikiHow
  6. flickr
  7. Lifehacker
  8. Meccanici popolari
  9. DIY felice
  10. Villaggio esperto

Diventa un Technophile a dieci punti facili

Each of these sites focuses primarily on providing the hacks you need to make sure that you have the best hardware and software around. One word of warning: you might run across some obsolete answers to your questions in the archives. Software how-tos don’t age as well as tips on building new furniture

  1. Hack A Day
  2. Hack This Site
  3. I Hacked
  4. Gadget Hacks
  5. Hacked Gadgets
  6. Make Use Of
  7. HacksZine
  8. LifeClever
  9. Web Worker Daily
  10. Tipstrs

Habitat Hacks You Can Live With

If you’re ready to make your home a little more customized, these sites will walk you through projects ranging from building furniture to home theaters for beginners. Remember, when it comes to your landlord, begging forgiveness is probably easier than asking for permission.

  1. Ikea Hacker
  2. DIY Ideas
  3. Home Doctor
  4. Acme How To
  5. Hints N Tips
  6. Ready Made
  7. FlyLady
  8. Real Simple
  9. This Old House
  10. Home Tips

Dining on a DIY Diet

Frugality gurus and health nuts alike advocate making your own food. Very few of us have access to either Grandma or a professional chef willing to walk us through the steps of homemade food, though. It’s time to turn to a few how-tos and recipes that can help us out.

  1. Cooking for Engineers
  2. Bakers Banter
  3. The Pioneer Woman Cooks
  4. Epicurious
  5. The Amateur Gourmet
  6. Culinary Media Network
  7. 101 Cookbooks
  8. Gourmet Magazine
  9. Simply Recipes
  10. Open Source Food

Sewing and Other ‘Feminine Arts’

It seems like most crafters are have two X chromosomes, but there’s no reason to count out knitting just because you have a Y chromosome. Heck, even Rosey Grier, defensive linebacker for the LA Rams, knitted some nice scarves.

  1. TipNut
  2. Craft Magazine’s Blog
  3. Craft Stylish
  4. Craftster
  5. Craftform
  6. WiseNeedle
  7. GetCrafty
  8. Crafttown
  9. Design Your Life
  10. Geek Crafts

Doing Business Your Way

Looking for some instructions on getting your business going a little faster? These sites have all sorts of tips, how-tos and ideas for getting your business up to speed. Keep in mind, though, that not every business is the same. Different businesses have different needs when if comes to growing.

  1. Productivity101
  2. 43Folders
  3. Business Hackers
  4. LifeDev
  5. Biz Plan Hacks
  6. Freelance Switch
  7. Anywired
  8. Young Entrepreneur
  9. Bootstrapping
  10. Copyblogger

Hack Your Wallet and What’s In It

No matter how you earn your money, keeping those dollars in your hands can be a struggle. Plenty of sites offer tips, tricks and tutorials to help you do just that — beyond improving your earning power, these sites can help you keep what you already have.

  1. Frugal Hacks
  2. WiseBread
  3. Get Rich Slowly
  4. The Simple Dollar
  5. The Motley Fool
  6. Five Cent Nickel
  7. Mighty Bargain Hunter
  8. Money Hacks
  9. Dividend Money
  10. Tax Tips Blog

Get Your Brain to the Optimal Level

Not all projects have a clear end result. There are plenty of opportunities to improve how you approach new tasks, study for tests and generally use your brain. Personally, these projects are often my favorites: I don’t need lots of tools to carry them out and I can often use them to help my approach to other projects entirely.

  1. Dumb Little Man
  2. Zen Habits
  3. Mind Hacks
  4. Hack College
  5. Study Hacks
  6. The Growing Life
  7. Life Optimizer

  8. Cultivate Greatness
  9. Lesson in Life
  10. GTD Times

There are millions of sites out on the web with tutorials, instructions and tips for just about every project you dream up — not necessarily a site that can tell you how to do what you have planned, but definitely one that can give you a starting point. These eighty sites are just that — a starting point. These are places worth looking when you have a specific project in mind, sites that can get you started on your plans. Oh, and there’s one more that’s worth checking: LifeHack. I’d be horribly remiss if I didn’t mention this site: it’s an amazing resource when you’re trying to decide how to tackle a new project.


5 Responses to “80 How-To Sites Worth Bookmarking”

  1. Maped on July 10th, 2008 3:04 pm

    A blog(in Polish).. mostly about streetart in Poland, contemporary arts and graphic design.

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  2. daniel on July 10th, 2008 5:22 pm

    wow, that is an awesome list! thanks so much

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  3. Storm on July 11th, 2008 11:53 am

    Many great sites, many that are new to me… lots of surfing to come while I check them out. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. andy on July 17th, 2008 1:37 am

    this is DIY heaven…

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  5. Brad on July 17th, 2008 11:20 pm

    This is a really great list. It might be imdmodest to include this page on the list, but it certainly wouldn’t be misplaced.

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