Yes, definitely. If it's the kind of thing you do with people.Or do you prefer one-on-one instruction?
If it's a subject I'm really excited about, maybe. Otherwise, probably not.Would you rather buy a how-to book?
Only if it's not important and I can afford to screw it up. But in such cases, yes. I learned about computers, video gaming systems, DVD players, VCRs, and telecom devices this way (along with random research along the way), by experimenting on the ones I owned. Mostly when I was really bored, had a lot of energy, no good ideas, and nothing new to read.Or just mess around with something until you figure it out?
EDIT: Sorry, everyone. I didn't see the SP label. Disregard this post.
First time this has happened outside the NT Rationale.