For a long time there has been a pretty big blind spot on the internet. Google helps us find information of all kinds, but the information is not always high quality. On the other hand Wikipedia articles, which are policed by a phalanx of vigilante editors, have high quality content but only address factual issues. They do not show you step by step how to do something. There is where wonderhowto.com comes in.
Wonderhowto, like Wikipedia, is user generated. People can submit articles on something they know how to do well. These articles are then policed by the community so the high quality ones move to the top and the others fall by the wayside. The only difference is that Wonderhowto specializes in how to articles. It could be on anything, from how to dance to club music all the way to how to fix a 1985 Pontiac Firebird.
These articles are grouped by category, plus they are searchable. It is surprising how great some of them are. Images and videos help make sure each article is as useful as possible and that all the steps make sense. It can be a little addictive reading these articles, because there are so many interesting things to learn how to do. I find myself spending a lot of hours there!
Anyway, next time you are wondering how to do something I suggest checking it out. Chances are you will find an article that helps you out. If you do not, of course, that may be even more important. Once you learn how to do whatever it is, be sure to come back to wonderhowto.com and submit an article of your own. That way the next person will not have the same problem!