This site is really interesting, even for a non-hacker such as myself. The focus for this site is less on hacking websites, but more about hacking life. It works similar to a blog, where you can search for articles by different categories and see the posts by chronological order. But the real appeal is the content. You find tutorials and written how-to’s on any topic here. Jailbreaking an iPhone, to making a really cool looking robot from parts you can find in an old computer, and everything in between, can be found on the site. The best part I like about it are how well written the tutorials are. Youtube is great for tutorials, but the quality can be meh at times. However, hackaday.com has done a great job of keeping the content interesting and well done. Another great site for the curious and mechanically inclined.
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