How Tos are the most commong questions people ask when they have to start something new. How to setup your VoIP phone (VoIP Tutorial), how to back up your iTunes library or how to make your girl friend's parents like you, every how to has its own tips and tricks.
There is a WikiHow that gives you textual answers for all of your "How To"s but here is a new startup that gives you your "How TO" answer visually. When I said visually, ofcourse it means video. Your "How To" videos. The site is called HowCast.com
Founded by veterans of Google and YouTube, Howcast brings together the personality of user-generated content with the quality of a professional video studio to create engaging, informative, and free how-to videos for consumers. If you are an emerging film maker, you can use this platform to expose yourself to millions of people.
The site got millions of hits within few weeks of its launch. Probably because it has ex-googler's name associated with it. There is already a similar site called Tutorialized.com where you get tutorials for everything. The site basically is an aggregator for the tutorials. People can submit tutorials, recommened tutorials or browse through the available tutorials.
Howcast is also a similar site but with the video tutorials instead of just text/image tutorials. Once you signup, you can browse the How to videos, suggest a topic for the how to video or can upload your own expert "How To" video.
I found HowCast pretty useful. Actually that's an interesting story, I hit a punch in my wall and later which created a big hole in the wall. I found one of those how to fix hole in a wall video which was really helpful. hehe :-)