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Online Knowledge

Online Knowledge


Ever wondered how hybrid cars work? How is chocolate made? And I'm sure the science behind a bug zapper is just bugging you. If you're curious about how things work an what's behind the secret of some popular products, the Web (of course) is the place to look.

So here are a few places to point your browser: The name says it all. Originally founded as a Web site for curious people, the award-winning company offers clear and fascinating content on entertainment stuff, home stuff, computer stuff, auto stuff, and travel stuff. Almost anything you can think of can be found on this site. It comes with a brief overview of the item and simple graphics of how it works. gives tips on almost everything you could want to do. So you wanna throw a bachelor party? You'll find it here. So you wanna be a sitcom writer? Learn some tips. This site even has a bulletin board for posting questions you may not wanna find. The Kid-Friendly Expert Site! connects you with hundreds of real world experts, ranging from astronauts to zookeepers. These experts have volunteered to answer your questions for free!

Along the same lines, has all the answers from "how to get a boat in the water" to "how to choose a 401K program." eHow is a little different from the other resources as it provides links to content and instruction that can be purchased. It will cost you a bit to find the answer, but you'll get the precise details fast.


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