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How To: Suggest a friend to someone on Facebook

Facebook is a social networking website where you can stay in touch with your friends and even make new friends. Using Facebook you can suggest your friend to some one else on Facebook. To do this first open the profile of the person you want to suggest. Scroll down and to the left you will find a link which says suggest friends to others. Click on it and this brings up a list of people who are in your friends list. Now select all the people you want to suggest this person. You can select mul...

How To: Suggest friends to new users on Facebook

In this tutorial, Christopher Prince Boucher shows us how to suggest a friend to another friend on Facebook. First, log into your Facebook account and look through your friends. Find the person you want to suggest to your friends and click on their page. On the left hand side will be a button named "suggest to friends". Once you click on this a new window will pop up and you can choose which friends you'd like to suggest this friend to. Once you pick out all friends, click "suggest" and it wi...

How To: Suggest a friend to join your Facebook page

This video demonstrates how to suggest a friend to join your Facebook page. First you find the fan page by typing the name in the search bar at the top of the page. Choose the right result. Then click on suggest friends on the left hand side the page, just under the picture. A box will pop up with all of your friends listed. You can then choose which friends that you would like to suggest to become a fan of the Facebook page. Existing fans will be grayed out so you cannot choose them again. C...

How To: Use simulations in pre-Algebra

This is a video from yourteacher.com on simulations for Pre Algebra. It explains what simulations are and gives an example problem. The teacher reminds us that it is important to remember that there can be more than one simulation for a problem. The teacher suggests a simulation for the problem given and suggests how many times to run the simulation. The teacher makes a simulation for what sex a child is by flipping a coin and suggests to flip the coin 50 or 100 times. The teacher also explai...

How To: Teach your children to multiply early

The gentleman, acting as the Instructor, starts the session immediately by suggesting that to teach early multiplication all parents should practice a method of "Count-by's" with their children when they are very young using ones to ten, twos to twenty, threes to thirty, fours to forty, and so forth. The Instructor then demonstrates this method of counting by tens using a grid behind him on a chalkboard which depicts columns of ten elements. He counts each column from 10 to 100, and then writ...

How To: DYI Presents for Your Reunion

In an increasingly mobile and globalized world, it’s not uncommon to lose touch with people we were once close with. Juggling between job demands, family responsibilities and our own personal needs, it’s often hard to put the time to keep all of our relationships going. Nevertheless, every now and then we get to reminiscing and feel the time has come for a reunion with people from the past.

How To: Choose cool weather veggies & flowers for your garden

The presenter, John White, explains how to choose and transplant cold weather vegetables and flowers in this video. The first vegetable he identifies is spinach. He suggests ensuring that the plant has been "hardened off" when buying transplants from the nursery. Next John presents leaf lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard as some additional vegetables. He does remind the watcher to consult the plant labels for all the spacing information they may need. Moving on to flowers, J...

How To: Make classy new fillings for your potato skins

This video brings you fresh ideas on frozen processed Idaho potato skins that are ideal for appetizers or your bar menu. It is suggested in this video many creative ways to serve Idaho potato skins. The classic way presented is Nacho Style. The chef suggests using mango, papaya or roasted pineapple salsa instead of the traditional salsa on your potato skins. Caviar and crème fraiche is another suggestion. Other interesting suggestions are caramelized onions and bleu cheese, herb goat cheese, ...

How To: Get women by creating the perfect profile headline

Ramses and Tara from Skills of the Game explain why creating an attention-getting headline is important in online dating, especially on dating sites that emphasize a headline rather than a thumbnail picture. They explain how and why a poor headline can diminish a person’s standing. They give examples of bad headlines, and suggest writing headlines that are either lighthearted or call the reader to action. After giving a few examples of good profile headlines, Tara explains why the most import...

How To: Remove and replace exterior caulk

In this how to video you learn how to remove and replace exterior caulk that has failed. The video suggests a putty knife and/or a utility knife. Once the caulk is removed the video suggests you use a dry clean paint brush to clear any left over. You then simply apply new caulk where needed and the job is complete. This video is about a minute and a half and is great for people learning how to maintain their homes.

How To: Create a style for tall and petite women

For all you women out there who do not fall into the normal categories, Anna Saccone offers some styling tips for both tall and petite women. For petite women, Anna suggests that you should wear just one color in order to elongate your body and fool people into thinking that you are taller. If it is not possible to wear simply one color, it is suggested that you have a 2 to 1 ratio of color in your outfit and that the colors do not clash too much, as this will seem to cut your body in half, e...

How To: Plan a kid safe, very green baby shower

Julie Auclair introduces authors of a book called "Celebrate Green." This book shows you how to throw a baby shower the "green" way. Guests do not realize that some of the gifts they give can be harmful, toxic, or not recyclable. You start with the three "R's", reduce, reuse and recycle. You use these to determine if a gift falls into one of these categories. They have added the three "G's", which are "good for people," "good for the planet," and "good for the community." They begin with the ...

How To: Get an Italian barber shave

This video describes the process of getting a perfect Italian barber shave. The presenter suggests that shaving cream be applied with a shaving brush to loosen the facial hair and moisturize the skin. Shaving in the shower or directly after the shower is best, because the beard will have had a chance to loosen up while in the shower. The presenter then lathers up his face and shaves for a first pass. Next he will re-lather his face for a second pass. When finished shaving the second pass, the...

How To: Shave your head and avoid cuts

This video demonstrates the proper technique to shave your head without getting cuts. First the presenter starts by shaving his head a pair of clippers. After the hair is trimmed he fills the sink with water to clean the razor off. The presenter suggests you take a shower before shaving your head to open the pores and loosen the hair. Then you apply the shaving cream to your head and massage it into the scalp. The presenter begins shaving the sides of his head, washing the razor after ever on...

How To: Feel full on a raw food diet

Natasha gives you some tips on how to feel fuller when eating raw foods. Natasha dispels claims that protein is what makes you feel full after a meal when it's really the fat. Fruits and vegetables are very water rich foods so they go through your body very quickly, therefore, making you feel hungry soon after eating them. Natasha suggests putting some hemp seeds in your smoothies and even coconut oil or coconut meat to add some bulk. She also suggests maybe making only half of your meal raw ...

How To: Make buttercup squash

Randy, from The Simple Chef, demonstrates the simple method of how to cook buttercup squash. Randy is looking for something particularly simple to make, as he has promised dinner to a special girl, however it is obvious that he has recently been injured in an accident. He begins by quartering the squash, and hollowing it. He suggests scoring the remaining inside to allow the ingredients to get deeper into the squash. This technique of cooking squash can be used for any of the hard shelled win...

How To: Have energy without taking energy drinks

Good Housekeeping reports that despite many people believe the new drinking energy shots is healthy as it contains B vitamin, caffeine, and few calories, it might not be the case. Samantha Cassetty from Good Housekeeping Institute suggests that there is no added benefit by taking B vitamin since people are talking them from daily diet. Health experts also suggest 300 mg/day is the optimal caffeine consumption level but not all energy drinks reveal their caffeine amount on the labels. Natural ...

How To: Make a sour patch apple martini

This video instructs the viewer on how to make a Sour Patch Apple Martini with candy garnish. To mix this drink you will need ice, vodka, apple schnapps, apple juice, and Sour Patch Kids candies. To start off, put some ice in a steel beverage shaker. You will then add one part vodka, one part apple schnapps, and two parts apple juice. Put the cap on, and shake vigorously. The video suggests, "Put ya booty into it!" Place sour patch kids (about four or five) in the bottom of your martini glass...

How To: Not answer "What would you do to gain respect?"

The video asks the question "What would you do to gain respect?" This is the bad example. It says that you should turn the sound off on your cell phone before you enter the interview. The video suggests that talking on your cell phone during an interview will lower your chances of getting the job. The video also suggests that keeping your potential employer waiting while you take a phone call can also keep you from getting the job for which you are interviewing.

How To: Use a jig saw

In this video presenter Dominic shows you how to use a Jig Saw correctly. Dominic suggests that if you are going to make a tight turn then you should use a skinnier blade in order to avoid banging up the wood or breaking the jig saw blade. He adds that you should be patient and try not to go too fast. With the jig saw you first have to drill a hole in the wood and then put the jig saw through as the blade is flexible and cannot be pushed through by itself. He suggests trimming off the first p...

How To: Whip up chocolate egg cream (chocolate soda)

Despite what its name would naturally suggest, the chocolate egg cream drink doesn't actually contain any eggs...or cream. It does, however, contain chocolate (thankfully). The chocolate egg cream is actually a chocolate soda (thank the heavens for such an invention) that's not well known outside of New York, though we're it soon will be.

How To: Cook Delicious Trout with Just Salt and Newspaper

Chef Keith Floyd learns an alternative way to cook fish at home with old newspaper in this fascinating recipe video from BBC cookery show 'Floyd on Fish'. You'll see exactly how easy it is to bake yourself a delicious Newspaper Trout in your own kitchen. But we suggest you skip the funnies section.

How To: Make a Cancer fall in love with you

Like the crab that symbolizes them, Cancers can be a little soft-shelled at times, so woo these sensitive souls cautiously. Learn how to use astrology advice in dating, by watching this how-to dating video. Pick up tips on making a relationship with a Cancer work. Here a hint, do something nice for a Cancer when you suggest an activity for the both of you to do.

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