Sometime simplest of tasks like ‘how to knot’ can be difficult to scrap through. Be it computer or daily life – here are 15 great resources with loads of ‘how-to’ videos to explore and learn new way of doing things.
1. Oodlebox TV – Get oodles of ‘How-to’ videos on this website. It is a digital community of do-it-yourselfers organized around video channels of how-to knowledge, techniques, tips and resources to add oodles of style and grace to your lifestyle, home, or garden.
2. HelpFulVideo –Â This isÂ personal favorite – helpfulvideo has loads of video that can be of big help. No login or registeration required, view any video and you can even download them with a click of button. Check this “How to create a transparent computer-screen?”
3. ShowMeDo – Learning programming languages by watching videos. Very geeky and unique videos to get comfortable with Python (nearly 100 videos), Ruby (and Rails), Perl, Blender and PhotoShop.
5. Vidpedia – It is a virtual Wikipedia of ‘How-to’ learning videos. You can watch videos from different cateogries, download theme, embed them and even EDIT them.
6. TeacherTube – Problem with maths? Problem reading and writing? Get basic things do in more simple manner by following elementary videos at TeachersTube featuring loads of educational videos.
7. VideoJug – Another excellent place to watch videos that include informative “How To” and “Ask The Expert” films that guide you, step-by-step, through everything and anything in life.
OTHER ‘HOW-TO’ VIDEO RESOURCES
8. Youtube has loads of ‘how-to’ and DIY videos.
9. Sclipo help you learn new things with informative videos.
10. Metacafe ‘How-to’ video channel has lot of video worth a view.
11. Howtovdos has selected computer how-to videos agrregated on the site.
12. Ubuntu Clips has video ‘how-to’ for everyone who is new to Ubuntu.
13. Expert Village has expert videos that to answer your everyday questions.
14. Puppy Linux for how-to videos on performingÂ basic tasks in Linux.
15. 5Min Life Videpedia for one-stop for instructional videos and DIY projects.
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