10 websites to learn new skills - Part 2.

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10 websites to learn new skills - Part 2.

Post by Anuj Dhawan » Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:41 am

  1. Lumosity - Learn to improve your memory by playing a series of fun and educational brain training games.
  2. 100 Skills Every Man Should Know - Another compilation article with instructions to help you learn new skills. This one says it’s geared for men, but I think most of these skills are applicable to women as well.
  3. 5min Life Videopedia - Lot’s of great tutorials and DIY videos.
  4. HowStuffWorks- Knowledge is power. While this site isn’t exactly geared to help you learn new skills, it contains so much useful information that you’re bound to learn a skill or two while you browse.
  5. StumbleUpon - A collective set of recommendations from thousands of hours of searching by web users who share your interests. It’s basically a recommendation engine. Users add to this engine by providing their personal recommendations on what sites are worth your time. If you select topics and tags of interest like ‘Self-Improvement‘ and ‘DIY,’ you’ll be learning new skills in no time.
  6. Work.com- An extensive directory of how-to guides for beginning entrepreneurs.
  7. Howcast - Hosts professional how-to videos as well as how-to wiki tutorials. Howcast combines user ideas with the expertise of professional studio video to deliver what is nothing short of amazing, informative content.
  8. VideoJug- The video content on this site covers a variety of topics including informative ‘How To’ and ‘Ask The Expert’ films that guide you step-by-step through everything and anything in life.
  9. MakeUseOf- A booming daily blog that features cool websites, computer tips, and downloads that make you more productive. Lot’s of insightful tips and tricks to learn.
  10. WonderHowTo- This site is focused on one clear organizing principle: aggregating and linking to truly great, free how-to videos from which you can learn new skills.


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Anuj

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