How To: Complete Demon's Souls for the Playstation 3 in under an hour

Demon's Souls is famous for being one of the hardest games on the PlayStation 3 today. It takes most anywhere from 30-50 hours just to complete one playthrough. But, this man has gone and completed the entire game in under one hour (54:54 to be exact). Wanna know how? Check out this video walkthrough of how to beat the game in under one hour. If anything else you can watch and be completely amazed at how amazing this guy is at this game!

How To: Create a Snooki pouf (hair bump) hairstyle and carve a Halloween pumpkin

Why Did You Wear That? has a special Halloween treat for you— a 2-for-1 video tutorial celebrating Snooki from Jersey Shore and Mr. Jack-O'-Lantern. First, you'll see how to style your hair into the famous Snooki pouf, a bouffant hair bump, without the use of Bump-It. After you've got your Halloween Snookie hairstyle completed, continue on to the second portion of the how-to for pumpkin carving.

How To: Increase and decrease treble or triple crochet

In this video, we learn how to increase and decrease treble or triple crochet. First, make a chain of ten, then do a few yarn overs. Treble into the next stitch by placing the yarn over your hook twice and drawing out the loop. Draw through two three times, then your treble will be completed. Triple crochet is another name for treble, in case you are already familiar with that term. These stitches will take longer because you have to do more stitches to make the chains complete. To increase, ...

How To: Stabilize your boat fuel & oil and fog out your engine

Eddie from the Long Island Boaters Club shows in four easy steps how to prepare the engine of your boat for the winter. He discusses the three items needed for proper preparation and makes product suggestions. Then he takes us through the procedure. He starts by pouring an additive to the oil tank and a stabilizer to the fuel tank. Eddie shows us how to attach a hose to the water jacket to flush salt water. He runs the engine for ten minutes. At the end of that period, he demonstrates how to ...

How To: Fold an origami pumpkin and design a Jack-O-Lantern

Much easier and cleaner than carving a jack-o-lantern from a real pumpkin, this video shows how to create an origami pumpkin and decorate it as a jack-o-lantern. Each step is clearly showing as it is orally articulated. The pace of the instructions is slow so views will have the ability to watch and do at the same time. When all the folds are completed, an origami pumpkin is the final result. Some ideas are given about how to decorate it so the origami pumpkin can be used as a jack-o-lantern ...

How To: Build a rubber band powered mini car launcher

What is it about boys and toy cars? Speed, motors, and lots of fun! In this video, Kipkay shows us how to make a mini toy car launcher that is powered by rubber bands. Make sure an adult supervises this project, as power drills are required. Once it's completed, your kid will have a blast with his or her Hot Wheels and some rubber bands. Don't forget to download the PDF of the project before you start.

How To: Make the basic single crochet once you've completed a chain

The single crochet (abbreviated SC) is one of the easiest, yet most important stitches you'll perform when crocheting. If you don't have the single crochet down, they you need to hurry up and learn it! Luckily, this video shows you exactly how to make the single crochet. Listen closely and follow along to learn the proper technique of stitching the single crochet. You just need your crochet hook and some yarn.

How To: Write the Japanese character, "hito" meaning "human"

Writing the word “human” using Japanese characters or writing (also known as kanji) is deceptively easy. It can be completed in as little as two downward, curving strokes. Beginning from the top, draw a line downward, curving the direction of the pen or pencil slightly to the left as you go. Next, find the halfway point of the line you have just drawn. Once you have found the halfway point, draw a line from the halfway point downwards and curving slightly to the right. The end result will loo...

How To: Origami a Christmas star aka Spiked Dodecahedron (SPD)

The Origami Spiked Pentakis Dodecahedron is an excellent Paper Christmas Decoration Star made out of 15 paper squares. In spite of the large paper size I was defeated by the last module after nearly 2 hours (!) of trying to lock the last unit in place each time another one dislodged. Never mind, it is still a remarkable sound structure once (nearly) completed and you can not see which one is not locked anyway.

How To: Make asparagus with ham, garlic and lemon

This video describes how to make an asparagus dish. First, a frying pan is put on the stove over medium high heat. Secondly, olive oil is added to the pan. Next, pieces of prosciutto ham; the speaker suggests that other types of ham will do just fine in this dish. After a couple minutes of cooking, the asparagus is added to the pan and rolled around to coat in oil. The asparagus is cooked for awhile before water is added and the dish is covered for one minute to steam. Afterwards, the lid is ...

How To: Make a french spiral bouquet

To make a french spiral bouquet you first start with straight stemmed flowers such as roses. It is very important that you rid the stems of foliage such as leaves as well as removing all the thorns. You can do this by using a gardening glove or washcloth and sliding it down the stem. Once that is completed it is time to begin the bouquet. The first step is to pick a base flower. It is important to use a flower that has a straight stem. From there you begin to add flowers by crossing them with...

How To: Install memory in a 2009 Mac Pro

MacOSG demonstrates how to install memory in a 2009 Mac Pro. When performing this upgrade, be sure to take precautions for static by discharging static electricity before beginning. Shut down, unplug and place the Mac Pro on a static-free surface. To access the memory, you need to open the side access door by lifting the latch located on the rear of the Mac until it locks in the open position. You can then the door forward and then remove from the body. The memory is attached to the processor...

How To: Do barbell single leg squats

Michelle Trap, a Certified Personal Trainer from Gold's Gym, teaches the viewers how to do barbell leg squats. First, use the Smith machine to do the leg squats. It is beneficial because the machine holds you in place. You will also need to place a bench behind you since you will use this when you lift your legs. Rack the barbell slightly lower than your shoulder and have a slight split stance with your front food centered. With this stance, take your back legs and place it on the bench behin...

How To: Perform a "frontside 270 on 270 off" on a snowboard

Snowboarding: Hit the Slopes With Style There was a time when simply riding a snowboard made you the extreme guy on the slopes. But now, with more people strapping on a board instead of skis, the stakes have been raised. Fortunately, we've lined up this video tutorial to keep you on the cutting edge. See how to perform a frontside "270 0n 270 off" on a snowboard.

How To: Make medieval tissue-transferred candles

Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza demonstrate the way of making medieval candles using tissue paper transfer technique. Steve asks you to first take a piece of tissue paper and a square-shaped chunky stamp. Then you should load the stamp with black pigment. Once the loading is completed, you should cut the tissue paper in square shape and place the shining side on the stamp and give a nice light press with your fingers. Then once you get the stamp image on the tissue, gently take it out and pl...

How To: Make Southern cornbread-sage dressing with Betty

No Southern Thanksgiving is complete without cornbread dressing! In this tutorial, Betty shows us the famous Southern cornbread-sage dressing that has turned her into her family's designated 'dressing-maker' every year! This delicious gravy can be spread over turkey, veggies, potatoes or even used as a dip! However you choose to serve it, you will definitely love this delicious recipe! Enjoy!

How To: Make Chain Mail Armor from Start to Finish

This article is a guide for making Chainmail Armor from start (simple wire) to finish (a finished chainmail shirt). We will be using the European 4 in 1 weave, as this is the most common weave. This is the weave that you usually see in movies. There are several sections to this guide: Materials, Making the Rings, Weaving the Rings, and Making the shirt.

How To: Dominate the challenge rooms in Batman: Arkham Asylum

In this clip from IGN, learn how to dominate the challenge room in Batman: Arkham Asylum. This video will give you some essential do's and don'ts to survive Story Mode in this game. You won't be able to complete the game 100% until you've completed all 16 maps and in this clip you will learn the easiest and fastest ways to do that while staying alive.

How To: Fold a Paper Origami Crane

This tutorial will show you how to make origami cranes, one of the most popular and elegant origami shapes. The folds are a little complicated for beginners to learn, but once you've completed one, the next will be much easier. An ancient Japanese legend says that if you fold 1000 cranes, your wish will be granted. Why not try it, and see if it's true?

How To: Make a simple airplane glider

This video is based on similar ideas from Dr. Ken Blackburn's world record paper airplane. You will need a sheet of paper and a flat surface. After you have completed the plane throw it over your head to get a smooth and slow glide. Your will find the video easy to follow and your plane will fly with style and stability.

How To: Find the Vertibird crash site and Tesla-Beaton Prototype in Fallout: New Vegas

Back in Fallout 3, when they released the Broken Steel DLC, once you completed the main mission and finished the training simulation, you were allowed to take some pickings from the weapons and armor vault, one of which was the Tesla Canon, a sniper-rifle meets awesomesauce, high damage gun! Well, Obsidian did one better, and you don't even need to get DLC! This is the Tesla-Beaton Prototype, and you can find it at a crashed Vertibird site there in Fallout New Vegas in the south Mojave Desert...

How To: Apply glimmery rhinestones to pink nails

In this video, we learn how to apply glimmery rhinestones to pink nails. First, you will want to have your nails done with long tips and painted any shade of pink that you would like. After this, you will need to take some rhinestones and a toothpick along with some nail glue. Pick up the rhinestones with glue on the toothpick, then place on the nails where you would like them. You can create a French tip design, or you can place them all over the nail. After this, paint a gloss over the nail...

How To: Create and set rally points in StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty

A rally point is for any building that you have that builds units in StarCraft2: Wings of Liberty. The rally points is where completed units will go when they're done. So, the most important rally point that you're going to set is going to be for you workers. You want to set them to the minerals. To learn more about the basic of rally points in StarCraft 2, watch this "basics" video.

How To: Use Bluetooth connectivity to share cell phone files

In this Electronics video tutorial you will learn how to use Bluetooth connectivity to share cell phone files. You are not hacking in to other people's phones as you need their permission to access their phones. You can change ringtones and pictures or share them with your friends. For this both people have to have Bluetooth on. Go to options > Bluetooth > visibility > shown to all. Now go back to Bluetooth and make sure it's ON. Now select 'paired devices'. The same steps have also to be fol...

How To: Create dynamic ranges for formulas with Excel's OFFSET

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 584th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use the OFFSET function and defined names to create dynamic ranges for formulas so formulas update each period when a new data dump (copy and paste) is completed.

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