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How To: Install smoked headlights with halos on a Ford Mustang

One great thing about cars, beside the fact that it can get you from point A to point B, is the fact thatyou can customize it to fit your personality. This can be done in a variety of different ways, but one of the easiest involved the head lights. Before attempting this tutorial, check your state laws on what kind of headlights you are allowed to have.

How To: Make grilled polenta with wild mushrooms at home

In this video, Chef Steve Ricci shows how to prepare a recipe called grilled polenta with wild mushrooms the easy way. The ingredients for the recipe are polenta, vegetable stock, butter, mascarpone cheese, parmesan, balsamic vinegar, mushrooms and olive oil. The polenta is added to boiling vegetable stock. To this is added butter, mascarpone and parmesan. The mixture is allowed to thicken and then refrigerated. Saute the mushrooms in a pan with some olive oil till its cooked. The set polenta...

How To: Tape drywall and prep for painting

Taping drywall requires a spreader or a spatula, compound and drywall tape. Spread the compound over the nails and the seams smoothly to apply tape over later. Next, the tape is applied to the wet compound on the wall directly over where the seams were. Then, another layer of compound is placed on top of the tape. After it is dry, a second layer of compound is placed on top of this layer. This process will continue until all the seams are covered with the compound, taped over the seams on top...

How To: Change the default Windows Remote Desktop port

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to change the default Windows Remote Desktop port. It is actually a registry hack. You can check the IP address of our machine by typing ipconfig into the cmd prompt. For hacking into a machine, you should have created a user for the machine and allowed remote desktop to that user. Open up the remote desktop and type in the IP address and it will ask for a login. To hack the registry, click start and type in ‘regedit’ . now go ...

How To: Control which games can be played with Net Nanny

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to control which games can be played with Net Nanny. Begin by opening the program and select Manage Games under Games. Users will have 3 options on how to block or allowing the games. Users can block by the ratings, games or descriptions. For the ratings, simply drag the slider to which ESRB you want to be allowed. For the games, simply go through the list and click on the game that you want to block. For the description, by checking the content that ...

How To: Play marble shooting

Each player starts with 15 marbles that are a color distinct from his opponents marbles. Toss a coin to choose a start line, placed 3 meters from the hole. The players then take turns shooting marbles, first from the start lines, then from wherever the marbles land on the field, all the while trying to make their marbles in to the hole. The player to shoot all his marbles in to the hole first wins. In a case where both players have 1 marble left and the final shot is made by the person who to...

How To: Retweet a tweet on Twitter.com

Its a bit of a manual process but Neal walks us through it pretty well. First copy the tweet you want tweeted, than click the reply button, than before the @ symbol type "RT " for Retweet, and than leave a space after the user name and then paste the tweet after the user name. After this all you have to do is update in order to send the Retweet out into your feed. You have to make sure not to go over the amount of characters allowed in the Retweet.

How To: Make a fireplace in Minecraft

The ability to control fire has allowed humankind to go from living in dank caves to penthouse apartments in one thousand foot tall glass skyscrapers. It'll help you in Minecraft, too. Check out this video to learn how to build a fireplace in Minecraft

How To: Make a double spring snare trap

Making traps is a lost art. Landmines are facing international condemnation, hunting is barely allowed anywhere. There just aren't that many reason to make them anymore. But don't let that stop you! This video will teach you how to make a double spring snare trap using only basic wilderness materials. Hopefully you'll catch more rabbits this way than Elmer Fudd did.

How To: Catch the ball as a soccer goalie

Catching the ball is one of the most important functions of the soccer goalie. They are the only player on the field allowed to do so, and when they do so they not only block the shot they caught, but keep possession of the ball for their team, changing the flow of the game. Use the tips in this video to catch the ball more effectively and improve your goaltending.

How To: Use the Microsoft Windows Vista Fax and Scan feature

With Windows® Fax and Scan feature that works with the Windows Vista™ operating system makes it even easier to share fax and scanning capabilities with multiple users. Where previous fax and scanning programs allowed an individual user to send and receive faxes or scan documents with a locally-connected fax or scanner; Windows Fax and Scan provides a flexible system for multiple users to share local or network-connected scanners and fax devices. F

How To: Accessorize a school uniform

Just because you have to wear a uniform to school doesn't mean you can’t assert your individuality. Check the school rules guidelines, and make the most of what you are allowed to wear. Jewelry, hairstyles, shoes, scarves, even a manicure, can let a little bit of character shine through a drab uniform. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to personalize a school uniform without breaking the rules.

How To: Make a Japanese paper orb

Kirigami is a variation of origami where the artist is allowed to make small cuts in the paper (from Japanese "kiru" = to cut, "gami" = paper). This allows more complex designs, such as these Japanese paper orbs! They are fast and fun to make and can be hung from your ceiling as original home decor. Learn how to fold them in this narrated video demonstration.

How To: Write a values statement

In this tutorial, we learn how to write a values statement. First, you will need to think of five to seven values that are important. Make sure these are more than one word and are shared ideas by everyone. There shouldn't be more than seven values, so everyone can remember them. The point is that everyone has values, find something that everyone has in common and guides your behavior as an organization. It may be in your mission statement, but don't worry about it, think of separate statemen...

How To: Find the aabb square

This video presents a mathematical puzzle which is to be solved by the viewer. The solution is posted in an alternate video, but this video presents the problem of a four digit number which is the square of a smaller number. The first two digits of the square are the same as each other and the last two digits are the same as each other as well. The video calls for the viewer to find the integer whose square is this four digit number without the use of a calculator, although abacuses are allow...

How To: Give your dog permission to "go sniff" on a walk

In this tutorial, we learn to give your dog permission to go sniff around while on a walk. When you are walking on your dog, let them go out and sniff things, so that they can explore the area that you are around. Make sure you are following close behind and still have them attached loosely to a leash. When you are ready to leave the area, say "lets go", and move on with your walk with the dog. Practice this several times with your dog, and eventually they will start to know the length of tim...

How To: Get credit when you have no credit

In this video, we learn how to get credit when you don't have any. Most credit agencies are now gathering information about younger people to figure out if they are allowed to get credit cards, which will help them build a credit score. There is a website, PRBC, where you can start a file and enter your information, and it can verify all the information you report. This information will be given to credit reporting agencies, and give you more of a chance to get credit. Next, you can get depar...

How To: Set up a water pipe or hookah

The base of the hookah is filled with about 3/4 with water and the top is screwed back onto it. Apple flavoured tobacco is placed inside a ceramic container and placed at the top of the hookah. The hose is placed on the hookah and a foil paper is placed over the top of ceramic container. Holes are pierced into the foil about six times. A piece of coal is taken and lit with a lighter and allowed to burn. The burning coal is then placed on the top of the foil paper. The pipe is place at the mou...

How To: Define and build your chest quickly

This video describes how to exercise in such way to maintain or promote defined chest muscles. It is explained that the chest muscles should be worked hard enough to actually gain muscle mass. Next, it is explained that muscle mass is lost as you age and the skin loses elasticity. The video explains how to counteract the effects by building muscle to maintain a defined appearance. The video describes that chest exercises should be done in sets of 5-8 reps. The video next explains that when pe...

How To: Make an easy black bean hummus

This video describes how to make an easy-to-prepare black bean hummus. One cup of black beans is first added to a food processor. Next, a lemon is cut in half and the juice of half of the lemon is squeezed into the food processor. Some white winer vinegar is then added to the food processor as well. One clove of garlic is then crushed and peeled before being given a rough chop and being added to the food processor. Salt and black pepper are next ground into the food processor. The final ingre...

How To: Make easy grilled pork with marinated pork chops

This is a video showing how to make grilled marinated pork chops. It is marinated in oyster sauce, garlic and ginger. She then minces garlic, ginger and cilantro. She also adds sugar, oyster sauce and another seasoning sauce. She also adds water, salt and pepper and mixes. She then submerges the pork in the sauce. She places oil in the hot pan and then places the pork chops in the pain. The pork chops are allowed to cook on high heat and are then removed and sliced into strips on a cutting bo...

How To: Approach relationships after a break-up or divorce

Dan and Jennifer have lots of advice on love, marriage, and relationships. In this video we are given words of wisdom on how soon is TOO soon to approach a new relationship after a divorce. By being read a listener's own letter, you may find the scenario to mirror your own life. We learn that our feelings should be allowed to be felt when they arise, and that it is never to soon to feel love again. After a divorce, you should allow yourself to enjoy meeting new people and live up the moment. ...

How To: Make quick homemade bread crumbs

This video shows the viewer how to make homemade breadcrumbs. The method used is relatively simple and the only equipment used is a blender and container. The bread that is used can be stale, toasted; essentially as long as the bread is not moldy it can be used. In the video baguette ends are used. These ends are placed in an open container and allowed to air dry for up to a week. It is suggested that you cut the pieces of bread into relatively small chunks before allowing them to harden. The...

How To: Solve linear equations w/ the multiplication property

This video demonstrates how to solve a linear function with rational coefficients by multiplying by the reciprocal of the coefficient. The reciprocal is just a fancy way of saying the numerator and denominator are swapped. Two sample problems are solved using this method. Multiplying each side of the equation by the reciprocal of the rational coefficient of the variable 'x' is an allowed operation, but only because both sides are multiplies by the the same amount. The teacher then demonstrate...

How To: Build a playground slide

In this video tutorial, you'll find instructions for building a standard joist design playground slide, supported by 3-by-4 posts and secured with galvanized fasteners. All fasteners exposed to the outdoors must be weather-resistant, galvanized, zinc-coated brass or stainless steel. Standard homeowner tools are all you'll need to complete your slide—a tape measure, post-hole digger, circular saw, sawhorses and a level. A good drill/driver is a great tool if using decking screws as fasteners. ...

How To: Install a sliding patio door

To install a sliding patio or deck door, first decide a practical, aesthetically logical and structurally sound location for the entranceway. Do not locate a patio door closer than 4 feet from any corner, otherwise the solid-wood sheathing or metal bracing at the corners could be compromised. Also, plan ahead. We chose the door's location in part because it allowed the option of later adding a bathroom at the corner of the adjacent wall. For a step-by-step at the installation process, take a ...

How To: Prepare for bottling your homemade beer

After you have allowed your home made beer to brew and checked that it is ready to bottle, it's time to get going on bottling! This instructional video teaches you how to begin the bottling process by properly cleaning your beer bottles. So watch this video and get ready to bottle your beer!

How To: Construct a motion detector alarm system

Check out this video tutorial to see how to construct an alarm system, that's based on the principle of motion detectors, which work by touch. It's very useful to catch unpleasant visitors red-handed. So make sure your chocolate bar never gets snagged again, catch the bandits with a motion detector alarm! Or just keep you kids away from the birthday present closet where peeping is not allowed.