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I'm probably going to take on the challenge of creating a site.

I want to host a lot of tutorials and other interesting things, etc. for the Mac.

But I don't know if I can take on the challenge of making all the tutorials, looking them up, etc..

So my question is how many people here would probably contribute to the cause with their tutorials, etc.. ?

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There are many sites out there that do this.. You could talk to them and see if you could borrow some of their tutorials.. Or do summaries.. or have links to them. Or just keep reading this forum and when you see someone ask a question, take the question and the answers that were received and create a tutorial.. Make sure and give everyone credit though

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Well, I registered the domain and subscribed to hosting.

I've got a grip of HD space with 30gb of bandwidth.

Is 30gb of bandwidth pretty good? It's only $10 month, it supports PHP4, MySQL, etc..

Anyways, my site will be www.macx.ws

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Yeah 30gb is real good and about normal
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