Why is it awesome? WhyIsItAwesome.tk
Also known as CuriosityThread.tk and MostFunWayToLearn.tk


The key to learning anything is getting into it and having fun. The best way to do this is to hang out with people who are doing so, and the second best way is to read what these people have written! The purpose of this wiki is to help people, especially high school and college students, become inspired to get into doing good things for fun; companion to Good Contests and Activities page on wiki admitsphere.org.

Why are the people who are doing this for fun doing it?

Please add new articles (click join at upper right to do this) and flesh out old ones!

If you're extra lazy, put requests for new pages in a list on this homepage.

The idea that inspired this site:
CuriosityThread -- Site that shows the chain of questions/interests a person asked/followed to gain the knowledge/passion they have. Perhaps to partially populate this site, Wikipedia could track threads of browsing, and scrolling. Subsequently, tutorials (even a textbook!) customized to the curiosity profiles of different people could be made of it? Relatedly, creating a web database of the series of questions bright students ask could be extremely powerful. I would love, for instance, to have documentation of the series of questions one of my friends asked over the course of his life to ultimately gain the knowledge to get gold at the International Chemistry Olympiad. ~http://hackathonprojects.tk/

Started by Jacob Cole

Requests for new articles:
Cooking

Stubs:


Meta-Articles
Getting into Something New or Becoming Obsessed
How to Enjoy Whatever You Do
Action


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CuriosityThread -- Site that shows the chain of questions/interests a person asked/followed to gain the knowledge they have. Perhaps to partially populate this site, Wikipedia could track threads of browsing, and scrolling. Subsequently, tutorials (even a textbook!) customized to the curiosity profiles of different people could be made of it? Relatedly, creating a web database of the series of questions bright students ask could be extremely powerful. I would love, for instance, to have documentation of the series of questions one of my friends asked over the course of his life to ultimately gain the knowledge to get gold at the International Chemistry Olympiad.