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As we well know, making a good hardware recommendation basically involves a skilled search of a very large problem space with plenty of uncertainty for everyone save the eidetically-gifted. I was wondering if it would be proper for us to question our community about what sites they use to help them navigate this search space; for example, I'm a really big fan of the following aids:

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I don't see any reason why not.

There are no policies that this goes against in particular, and it could lead to a useful list of resources that we could also link to in our FAQs and potentially the help center.

I would suggest that it's done so we have one website per answer, instead of one list-answer per user - that would end up giving us better detail on each site, which is important if we want to point people to it and say "try these things".

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  • I agree to the "one website per answer" format concept.
    – Adam Wykes
    Jul 15 '16 at 19:27

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