Tuesday, December 15, 2015

7 website to Update your life other than Facebook

There are many other websites other than FB,G+,Twitter to update your social life.I will list some of them here.

1.eHow

eHow teaches you wide array of skills on different topics step-by-step. The content is created by its team of writers, called experts, who create how-to guides on topics from personal hygiene to food recipes. You can learn anything from making a Raspberry Pi Alarm clock to making a scarecrow for your garde
2.http://www.wikihow.com/



WikiHow is another how-to site teaching us how to do things in an organized manner, but it has been modeled as a Wiki. At eHow, the staff themselves are paid to create the guides, but at Wikihow, eveyone can edit, modify, and delete content. So, it’s not just about learning — you can also teach others the valuable skills



3.http://www.howstuffworks.com/


HowStuffWorks is another wonderful website to broaden your horizons, providing you with very unique and interesting information on a wide range of topics. It contains articles focusing on issues which haven;t been explored much previously. If you want to move an inch closer to the truth, this is surely the website you should visit often

4. http://www.ted.com/

My Personal favorite.It features talks on variety of topics by experts in their fields who share their ideas, visions, and experiences through video talks. These talks are great way to introduce yourself very quickly and effortlessly to new concepts and develop new insights and perspectives



5.http://www.lumosity.com/

improve your mental faculties like memory, attention, and analytical skills. You can train your brain with fun games, and it also offers you personalized training programs to restructure the training as per your needs and keep track of the progress. Its objective is to make you clever, and it’s quite addictive as well

6. http://www.instructables.com/
Instructables is another wonderful site you should definitely choose over social media, which teaches you to create things. It offers you fun videos and instructions to build just about everything that you can imagine, from a cardboard batman cowl to water balloon mortar. You can also share what <em>you</em> can make with other people.

7. http://www.gutenberg.org/


Project Gutenberg offers you more than 50,000 eBooks, all for free. You can download these books in ePUB, Kindle, or PDF formats, or you can even read them online. This site is completely legal as well, since the books available are ones with copyrights that have expired or that have been made free for non-commercial use by the publishers

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Milan Techglyphs

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Milan Antony is the founder of TGS.He is a Technology Enthusiast with a keen eye on the Cyberspace and other tech related developments.

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