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This will be my Google blog for DIY-U. DIY-U is based in part on the great written by Anya Kamenetz, DIY U. If you may have noticed, I decided to place a hyphen between the letters diyu. I did this to differentiate my blog to Anya's book. 

DIY-U is geared toward do it yourself, self-directed learners and independent researchers across the globe. DIY-U includes elements of the DIY and the maker movement too. DIY-U is the essence of creativity. DIY-U is an online research university. You can read more about this aspect of DIY-U in the 2nd link below. You can download and/or share the embedded PDF too, if you feel so inclined. 

Here is a link to the website for DIY-U. I have gotten rid of the hyphen in this website. I created the website today, November 29th 2022. I will add more pages to the site in due time.

I chose the .one domain name as this website and the concept behind DIY U is one of a kind. 

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