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Hello everyone, this is Anthony Montalbano here with internetriot.com. Today's site here we have is instructables.com. What this site is here, it's a set of instructions, it's a collection of instructions, they are submitted by a community of people giving you step by step instructions and how to basically do anything that you want to do. So I just want to give you a quick run, see what we've got here.
So let's take a look at for instance some of these, you can see all the categories are listed right here. So if I do something in, for instance Tech, you can see a whole bunch of here, some of the featured things here, look at this, here is a K'nex Combination Lock. So you can click on that, and you can see it labels it all off, you can actually label your images, you can see each section of it.
And then also if you scroll down here, this is one of the things that Instructables does with all of their Instructables, is they have the step by step processes, as you can see here. Step 1, Step 2, Step 3, and this one has six steps, you can actually click on the steps to get more details about that one step, so that you go right there.
That's basically all it has. This is a quick and easy site, if you're looking to find how to do something and you want step by step instructions, you can find just about anything with instructables.com. So there you have it, I am done, Anthony Montalbano, internetriot.com, I'll see you again.