I used to like a page on WikiHow that taught me how to solve Rubik's cube. But the most recent edits made it much less useful, because the helpful diagrams for visualizing the algorithms are gone. Puzzling, since the original diagrams weren't all replaced with text notations, the page as it is seems half-baked and inconsistent.

I am so glad for Internet Archive: Wayback Machine saving a copy. But I also realized that I don't need all the explanations anymore, just the algorithms. Self, here are some notes for solving a Rubik's Cube because the old you learned that it is important to keep your own notes.

Fill Middle Sides

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Swap Top Corners

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Orient Top Corners

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Swap Top Edges

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Final Swaps

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