The answer is (almost) always YES! - AKA Kiteman's Law

There is a fairly regular kind of thread that appears here.

It starts should I make an Instructable about insert topic here?

You know what? The answer is yes. Even if nobody else on the site is even vaguely interested in insert topic here, it is probable that somebody with access to the internet, somewhere in the world, will eventually develop an interest in insert topic here and resort to Google. Since this site is googlable (is that a word?), they can end up here, grateful to you and potentially a new and useful member of the site.

So, unless it breaks the guidelines for what is suitable here (basically, Please remember that this is a family site), and you're not just re-inventing the wheel, then the answer to should I? is always yes.

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tech dawg5 years ago
kitemans law.....what would we do without it?
adamsdead10 years ago
Yeah I guess i should stop asking to (too?) I'm not an elite person with spelling and grammar (but I'm working at it) anyway great forum topic
Kiteman (author)  adamsdead10 years ago
It's "too" ;-)

Anyhoo, if you're not sure about something, ask somebody. PM somebody you trust, or (if it's a spelling / grammar issue, and you're still at school) ask your English teacher - they'll probably be impressed, since "explanation" (telling somebody how to do something) is one of the genres of writing they are supposed to teach you (in the UK, at least).
adamsdead Kiteman10 years ago
Yeah I suppose and my teacher wouldn't mind ( seeing as i homeschooled )
i am homeschooled to.
Kiteman (author)  biggunner10 years ago
I am home-schooled too.

;-)
u ar wierd
Kiteman (author)  biggunner9 years ago
Ahem

You are weird.

You'll get it eventually.
ahem plz don't correct me. p.s. i spelled it wrong on purpose to see what u said.
Correction:
Please don't correct me. P.S. I spelled

just my to pence
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