Aussie-developed online tutorial builder Clivir, which we've discussed before at Lifehacker, has just undergone something of a revamp. Chief among the new additions is the ability to apply Creative Commons licensing to uploaded lessons (a good way of protecting your hard work), and an RSS feed aggregator so lessons can include automatic updates from relevant sources. There's also now the ability to answer questions in tutorials by embedding links, images or videos, and a fair bit more content than last time I dropped in. Clivir is free to use, requires registration.
Clivir Adds Creative Commons Licensing, RSS Aggregator, New Answer Options
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