Dozuki (named, esoterically, after a Japanese saw with teeth that only allow back-cutting, for more precision) essentially allows any manufacturer to run their own iFixit, with step-by-step instructions for repairs and maintenance, beautiful photos, videos, and a dialed-in community. I spoke to Kyle Wiens, the co-founder of iFixit and a passionate, articulate guy, about Dozuki. "I think it's going to come to a point where consumers start demanding better manuals," he says. Wiens often talks wistfully about the pre-PC period, before the mid-1980s or so. "Thirty or fifty years ago, everything came with a useful manual," he says. But not anymore. Try to download a manual for a printer, or a phone, or a laptop. It's a total mess. Hard to find, hard to read, hard to use.