News: Things to Do on WonderHowTo (07/18 - 07/24)

Things to Do on WonderHowTo (07/18 - 07/24)

WonderHowTo is a how-to website made up of niche communities called Worlds, with topics ranging from Minecraft to science experiments to Scrabble and everything in-between. Check in every Wednesday evening for a roundup of user-run activities and how-to projects from the communities. But don't wait—start submitting your own projects to the most appropriate World now!

Below are the how-to highlights from the last week, as well as any current activities going on this week in the World communities.

MacGyverisms World

What can you do with all of that random junk lying around your home? Turn it into something useful! In the MacGyverisms World, you'll learn how to make use of those odds and ends. Christian Miller and the community share their favorite MacGyver-friendly hacks and crafts, including cool ways to declutter your closet, making a DIY spice rack, recycling crayons, and cooling off with a homemade air conditioner. You can even see how to start a fire with pee, thanks to The King of Random.

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Have a MacGyver hack of your own? Share!

Secret Tips from the Yumiverse

Amazingly, there's a lot you can do with soda besides drinking it. Don't believe me? Then take Yumi's word for it instead. Click on the images below (or hit up the links underneath) to see some unthinkable ways to use soda, how to brew some sun tea, and cool uses for rubber bands.

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Have an idea for an article you'd like to see Yumi illustrate? Share your ideas in Secret Tips from the Yumiverse! You can even illustrate your own how-to guides!

Minecraft World

This week's main Minecraft Challenge tests your ability to hold your breath while you build the most interesting underwater city that you can. Think you've got the coolest design? Submit and you could win some server perks. Challenge ends on July 22nd.

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Need some last-minute help on your underwater palaces? Join this week's Minecraft Workshop on Saturday, July 21st at 1pm PST to learn how to effectively build under the deep blue sea. Click here for the full details.

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Austin Sirkin and the rest of the community in Minecraft World have been pumping out the tutorials, too! Check them all out in the links below.

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Have a tutorial you'd like to share? Maybe just a screenshot of one of your coolest builds? Share in Minecraft World!

Elsewhere on WonderHowTo

In the Sandwiches World, Ryan shared the secret behind McDonald's recipe for their Big Mac. He also posted to the Smartphones World a way to score some free in-app purchases on your iPhone. Joe Bradley gave some great tips in Null Byte on remaining anonymous online. Samimy posted his latest video in his World, which shows a cool method for binding PDF books. And in the Entrepreneurism World, Gabrielle told us how we can start making bank by renting our vehicles out!

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Got Something to Share?

There's a place for you here! There's tons of Worlds to submit content to and engage with. You can submit a photo editing how-to to the Photoshop World, a gun disassembly article in the Firearms World, or some cool paper folding instructions to the Origami World.

But it doesn't end there. There's literally a World for everyone here on WonderHowTo, so search for your community and get involved with other like-minded individuals. Can't find a World that meets your interests? Then create your own and start sharing your passion with the rest of us.

3 Comments

I just found this site and thought it looked great. I joined but now it looks kind of abandoned. Last post here was 6 months ago.

This is the WHT company blog. There's much more to WonderHowTo than this. Check out our front page which features the latest and greatest, and dive into a specific World that suits your interests to see what's new from those particular communities.

I've been looking around the site this afternoon, on and off a bit. I love the look of it, very visual and a lot of freedom to create and share ideas. Many of the topics seem forgotten by whoever created them, which is sad. I curate content on Scoop.it, write for HubPages and keep my own sites. I like finding new networks to add to the mix so I joined up here.

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