Sunday, October 26, 2008

14 Web Apps to Help You Learn Everything Online

You're writing a post to your blog, a letter to a company, a report or paper and come across a word you're not sure how to spell. What is the first thing you do?

I google it. There are many search engines but, Google does it for me. Anything I want to know, I Google. I have yet to be disappointed. I found the following article on Daily Writing Tips while reading through my frequently updated resource list. It contains some very interesting links to sites that provide assistance to its users.

I am presenting it 'as-is' without trying to review it, explain it, or re-word it in any way.
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14 Web Apps to Help You Learn Everything Online

These days when you want to learn how to do something, the web is usually a wise first port of call. One of the many positive developments of Web 2.0 has been the rise of a whole bunch of high quality web apps dedicated to sharing knowledge online.

In this post, I want to help you tap into 14 innovative social and non-social communities dedicated to helping you learn online: from being more productive to playing guitar along to your favorite song. Read more...

This one is really fun, it instructs you on how to do a lot of interesting things: Instructables

2 comments:

Kay said...

I agree with you completely. I'm working on our travel album now and I love having the web information at my fingertips.

Lin said...

but you need to be careful...and not just accept as absolute truth everything on the web...