Area 51 is the Stack Exchange Network staging zone, where users come together to build new Q&A sites. New site ideas are proposed, discussed, and the best go on to beta.
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For users seeking websites for specific, specialised purposes. With a particular focus on classical websites rather than applications with a browser-based user interface.
For parts of the internet that cannot be indexed by traditional search engines
For those involved in the field of teaching in any field of science, for example physics, chemistry, biology and earth sciences.
For linguists, teachers and students of the Korean language.
For linguists, etymologists, Sanskrit language enthusiasts and those learning Sanskrit.
For people concerned with questions on how, why, and what with AI.
The world is moving with OpenAI, TensorFlow, Ex Machina, Singularity, etc, and we want to understand what is happening with technology, philosophy, cybernetics, and soft/hardware.
For those that are interested in puns, jokes, comic relief, spin a thing to the humorous side, irony, comedy and comedians, psychology of humor, philosophy of humor, laughter yoga, and hopefully humor challenges
For questions about traditional artwork and handmade items.
For railway enthusiasts, modellers, preservationists and others interested in railways & railroads, both full size and minature
For learning how to do chores such as laundry, washing up, cleaning etc. correctly and efficiently.
For vintage-computer hobbyists interested in restoring, preserving, and using the classic computer and gaming systems of yesteryear.
For creators and users of Virtual Reality and immersive technology. It is about the technology enabling it and about issues of usage, like health concerns of prolonged exposure.
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For students, teachers, polyglots, and anyone interested in the techniques of second-language acquisition.
For the artists and designers behind 3D modeling, layout, animation, and 3D rendering.
For anyone interested in self-directed learning (MOOCs, OCW, libraries, etc.), as a student, teacher, researcher or other enthusiast.
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