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Comment My copycat website: CommentHow.com (Score 0) 77

Since this came up on Slashdot, I'm plugging my new site: CommentHow.com

All content will be public domain, Creative Commons Attribution, or Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike, meaning everything can be remixed. That's why every article has a "Copy this Article" button, letting users base their how-to article off someone else's. That lets them extend it, translate it into their own language, or localize it to the needs and materials of their local context.

Also, Comment/How doesn't limit you to English, which has been a problem for some of the users of Instructables. Pick from any of Earth's almost 7000 languages to browse or post in. (Of course, most of these don't have content in them yet.)

If you've got something to share, come join Comment/How - a more open way to share your project instructions with the whole world.

Comment/How
Comment je l'ai fait... / How I did it...
Step-by-step DIY tutorials for makers in the world's 7000 languages

Comment Re:Communities? (Score 2) 77

I'm not sure it's a Facebook to their MySpace, but since this came up on Slashdot, I'm plugging my new site: CommentHow.com. The site still in its infancy, but where all the viewing options are available to everyone, logged in or not. (Commenting and posting articles requires a login of course.)

All content will be public domain, Creative Commons Attribution, or Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike, meaning everything can be remixed. That's why every article has a "Copy this Article" button, letting users base their how-to article off someone else's. That lets them extend it, translate it into their own language, or localize it to the needs and materials of their local context.

Also, Comment/How doesn't limit you to English, which has been a problem for some of the users of Instructables. Pick from any of Earth's almost 7000 languages to browse or post in. (Of course, most of these don't have content in them yet.)

Comment Re:It would be worse... (Score 1) 77

Check out CommentHow.com, a site still in its infancy, but where all the viewing options are available to everyone, logged in or not. (Commenting and posting articles requires a login of course.)

All content will be public domain, Creative Commons Attribution, or Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike, meaning everything can be remixed. That's why every article has a "Copy this Article" button, letting users base their how-to article off someone else's. That lets them extend it, translate it into their own language, or localize it to the needs and materials of their local context.

Speaking of languages, Comment/How doesn't limit you to English. Pick from any of Earth's almost 7000 languages to browse or post in. (Of course, most of these don't have content in them yet.)

And there are less ads.

The Internet

Africa Leads In IPv6 Adoption 122

Ian Lamont writes "The recent news that China will run out of IPv4 addresses in a few years points to slow adoption of IPv6 in some developed countries. Now it turns out that the largest number of networks displaying new IPv6 address blocks are registered through AfriNIC, which services networks in Africa and the Indian Ocean. While AfriNIC has a smaller installed base than other regions, many countries in Africa are showing rapid growth in terms of online connectivity."

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