There are three cool websites that I love to visit, so I thought I would recommend them to other people. They each offer "how to" advice on everything from making apple pie to building a radio to understanding Zulu time.
Be warned, though. Each of these sites is a great way to lose several hours of productive time!
How Stuff Works
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