Here's an update!
  1. 🍕 Robots are reading wikiHow to make pancakes and pizza
    PR2 is a robot from Germany and part of a project called RoboHow. In both simulations and real robots, wikiHow articles have been successfully used for "useful behavior." This story was originally covered by MIT's Technology Review and has since been covered by: Time, Fortune, Gizmodo, Mashable, internationally, and more. Read the original article here:
  2. 🏄 Professional Surfer Bethany Hamilton reviewed our How to Surf article!
    She is truly an inspiration, and we are very grateful she was willing to help out! Take a look at the article here:
  3. 🙏💦🍩 Chef Francis Leggett of Gossip Coffee (Queens, NY) used wikiHow to make Holy Water to create a Holy doughnut just for the Pope.
    "The Popenut" was a passion fruit-flavored doughnut with hand glazed white peach puree frosting. This is the article he used:
  4. 🌍 We've now partnered with Facebook to bring Free Basics to 10 countries!
    Malawi, Philippines, India, Ghana, Bolivia, Panama, Peru, Rwanda, South Africa, and Thailand.