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I really love this website, although my teachers never want us to use it for research, because "anyone can change it and it might not be accurate" and so on... but its accurate 99% of the time, and you can find almost anything on this website. Very useful website.
Whenever I want to learn how to do anything, I turn to wikiHow first. wikiHow seems to cover every topic and cover it well. I've used them for countless things, and I've found all their advice to be reliable, accurate, and easy to follow. Plus I love their illustrations and short videos!
Huge database of reference, diy tutorials, etc.
Whenever I'm reading a book, magazine, or newspaper in hard copy, or an online newsletter, I can jump over to this website to look up definitions of unfamiliar words. Quick access to this online dictionary often prevents a reader from skipping over a strange word without trying to understand...
This site directs you to articles and information about any area of interest. This is a very informative site.
I couldnt imagine better site to have fun or spend your time not just watching memes, but to explore something good and interesting. that's great that you dont have to spend hours in looking for appropriate site for yourself and can just randomly get interesting info on topics that you...
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Helium

Helium - Where knowledge rules - Community-oriented writer and thinker hub that helps aggregate ideas and provide them to those seeking. The website seems to have a prime directive of bringing together the efforts of writers, publishers, journalism institutions, and organizations based on...
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