So I'm considering writing a barebones tutorial on "hacking" stuff for the PC. It'd cover a general overview of concepts like processes versus services and an introduction to hex editing (say, to modify things or find what format a file is), the concepts of various encoding methods (ASCII versus UTF-x, hex-decimal display versus hex display), and then into really basic info on modifying programs (debugging stuff, making a "cracked" exe replacement), just to show people the types of tools used and how they'd start learning to hack stuff. And of course for each section I'd also give links at the bottom to more advanced tutorials for looking into each subject. And as usual, to try to encourage people to contribute for once. My question is, should I? I've made various other tutorials like this (on a more technical level) in the past nobody really cared about, and I'm feeling kinda' lazy, and a lot of the info is in Fast's various guides (and the ROM hacking ones) as it is, so the only "new" info would really be specific to modifying windows programs, and there's tons of tutorials about that already.