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The purpose of this page is to provide information on how to do some of those things we like/want to do. It won't just be computer stuff, there will be other things as well. There will also be links to other sources and web sites

I will start off with a link to one of my favourite sites, ehow.com. There is a wealth of information on this site, not just written articles but also videos. Expert Village merged with it last year, so some of the videos will mention Expert Village

Just to give you an idea of the wide variety of articles on there, there are categories such as computers, pets, business, Sports & fitness and food and drink. Fancy making Irish soda bread (I just found this one)? How to make an Irish soda bread

Interested in martial arts? There are plenty of videos on lots of different ones, including Judo, Karate, Aikido, Tae Kwondo and Wushu. There are also videos on boxing, wrestling, rugby and many others. I was searching for information last year on skipping and found Expert Village with videos by Bill Lefebvre, amongst others. Very useful information on skipping, but in the USA they call it jump roping. There are others with videos on the subject. Last year Expert Village merged with ehow.com. The site has over 1 million articles, including text articles and videos. Well worth a look.

I have an article on there - start using vim It is the first of maybe a few. They may not all be computer related.

Want to find out your BMI? Help is here. Or use the formulae here :

Weight (KG) / (Height (m) x Height (m))

That's weight in KG divided by your height in m squared eg 80KG/(1.7x1.7)=27.68. No they are not my figures!

or, for imperial measures try this

Weight ((lb) / (Height (in) x Height (in) )) x 703

That's weight in lb divided by height in inches squared, then multiplied by 703. So, ( 176 / (67inx67in) ) x 703 = 27.56. Not my figures either.

Bear in mind that this doesn't take into account bone density (you might have high density bones), or musculature (you might have virtually no fat but have lots of muscle).

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