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Vote: The Best of the DIY Web

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By now, we’re sure you’re totally enamored with the new Wired How To Wiki. If you haven’t seen it yet (what do you mean you haven’t seen it!?), then be sure to dig in and explore a little. It’s filled with dozens of instructional tutorials on a wide range of topics. Some of our favorites: How to run an efficient meeting, how to compile software from source code, how to make an iPod Nano case from a bike inner-tube and how to run Windows on a Mac. And the whole site a wiki, which means you can add your own expertise to make the how tos better.

Of course, we’re not the only ones providing resources of the hands-on variety. The web has always been well-steeped in DIY culture, so there are thousands of pages dedicated to projects, tutorial topics and helpful tips for using software and hardware of all stripes.

We’d like to ask you to nominate the best how to projects on the web.
Vote for your favorite resources below or submit your own to the list.
What are the destinations that really inspire you to roll up your
sleeves, grease your elbows and get your hands dirty? Once the votes
have been counted, we’ll contact the winning author and send them some
tchotchkes — and we’ll feature their tutorial on the front page of the
Wired How To Wiki site.

Photo: Scott Beale / Laughing Squid via Flickr

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