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How To: Fit a backpack for long distance hiking

In this tutorial, we learn how to fit a backpack for long distance hiking. For scouts, look for a backpack with an adjustable torso so the pack can grow with you. After this, have the sales staff help you adjust your pack correctly, and measure how long the pack is on your back. You want the pack to fit you perfectly so you don't have back problems later. Try the pack on both on the hip section and shoulder to see how it feels on you. Tighten any adjustments to make it more secure, then you w...

How To: Apply cologne properly

In order to apply cologne properly, you will need to choose the best cologne for you in advance. The cologne will need to mix well with your own natural scent. It is important to avoid overuse. Stick to a three (3) spray rule: never exceed 3 sprays. The distance from the body is important. Therefore, you should spray a distance from your body.

How To: Explode soda bottles with dry ice & make a spring

In this video Dave Spencer shows you how to make soda bottles explode using dry ice. You will need dry ice pellets plastic soda pop bottles , and gloves (dry ice can be held in your hands but should be kept moving and not held up too long as it can cause severe frost bite). The presenter asks you to note that this activity is illegal in the state of Utah. Crushed dry ice is inserted into the soda pop bottle. The soda pop bottle is then shaken up vigorously and placed into the ground. You shou...

How To: Draw Tigger from Winnie the Pooh

This video is describing the steps needed to draw Tigger from Winnie the Pooh. The first step is to draw an oval on your black paper. Draw diving lines, and make sure that one is a little bit below center. Next draw in his muzzle by lining up the top part of his muzzle with the bottom part of his eye. Next draw his chin. You can draw the bottom by taking the distance of the head and putting the same amount of distance between the head and the muzzle that there is between the muzzle and the ch...

How To: Hang heavy objects using toggle bolts

Ron Hazelton shows the most secure way to hang heavy mirrors or art on plaster walls using toggle bolts. Attach a sturdy hanging wire to the piece if necessary. Draw a level line on the wall where the top of the piece will go. Stretch the hanging wire taut and measure the distance between the wire and the top of the frame. A two-bolt system will keep the piece level. Drill two holes this distance below the wall line. Using masking tape prevents the plaster from chipping. Fold the toggle wings...

How To: Increase the range of a USB Bluetooth adapter with a high performance antenna

Watch this amazing USB Bluetooth adapter hack from Kipkay. It's easy and effective, plus it will work with other wireless devices, too. Bluetooth works on a 2.4GHz short wavelength radio frequency, but it's only effective over short distances. Well, Kipkay's going to show you how to increase the range by swapping out the antenna in the bluetooth adapter with a HyperGain 2.4GHz high performance antenna.

How To: Choose the right club in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to choose the right club in World Golf Tour. First, judge your distance, check the wind, and pay attention to elevation. To change clubs, click on the club you have selected. Once clicked, a panel will appear with all the clubs in your bag. Click the club that you want and it will appear in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. Scroll through your clubs using the wheel on your mouse. The yards will change when you mouse over each of the different clubs that wi...

How To: Create an Apple style bar in Photoshop

First select the rectangle tool and draw the bar. Now you have to open up the layer style and choose gradient overlay. Now you need to edit the colors as showing in the video and then go to drop shadow option, you have to change the opacity of it to 20%, distance to 2 and click ok. Now type "Apple style" in new layer as showing in the video, set the size of text to 72pt. Now open layer style for the text and choose color overlay and set its color to dark grey, go to drop shadow and choose nor...

How To: Make a paper football for distance

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football for distance. First, take a piece of copy paper and fold it in half on both sides, then fold in half again, making a crease. Next, fold the bottom of the paper down into a triangle shape. Continue to fold this down, making a right and then left triangle until you reach the bottom of the paper. When finished, you will have a small strip of paper left on the bottom. Tuck this piece into the pocket that you created with the triangle pouches...

How To: Make a lattice-top pie

How to Make a Lattice Top Pie Once the base of your pie is made, roll out a thin, circular piece of dough. This circle should be just a bit larger than the base of the pie. With a pizza cutter, cut 1-inch wide lines through the dough. Starting with the longest strips, place one strip horizontally on top of the center of the pie and one strip vertically on the pie. The strips should form a “plus sign” on the pie.

How To: Make a quick and easy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Adobe Photoshop CS4 lets you create images and graphics that represent your personality. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make a quick, cool, and easy wallpaper design for your personal computer desktop. Either copy the provided example, or make your own tweaks and come up with a cool custom design.

How To: Tie a patanosta knot for your fisihing rig

In this how-to video, you will learn how to tie a patanosta rig for beach fishing. This will be useful for catching fish in the summer. Make sure that the sinker and bait are not too far away from each other. If you cast this out, the casting distance will not be reduced by a circular motion that the bait and sinker will make if tied improperly. First, place only about a foot and a half distance. Form a loop, wrap it around about three times, and pull the hook through the leftover loop. Pull ...

How To: Tie fishing knots

Learn the right way of tying 3 handy fishing knots by watching this video. The first knot shown is the 'Clinch Knot'. One end of the fishing line is passed through the eye of the fishing hook. This end is pulled and wound around the main line about 6 to 8 times. Thereafter, the free end of the line is passed through the small loop formed at the beginning of the winding process. The winds are gently pushed to tighten the knot. The free end is then tucked in to complete the clinch knot. The nex...

How To: Find the equation of an ellipse given a graph

Notes College Algebra teaches you how to find the equation of an ellipse given a graph. You first want to find out the center of the ellipse, which in the video is (2, -3). The major axis is parallel to the X axis. The equation is (x - h) squared/a squared plus (y - k) squared/a squared equals 1. A is the distance from the center to either of the vertices, which is 5 over here. B is the distance from the center to the top or bottom of the ellipse, which is 3. You then use these values to find...

How To: Create a "barbed wire" makeup look

First stipple moisturizer onto your face. Gently rub the lotion into your skin until completely absorbed. Next apply liquid foundation, preferably Mac Studio Fix Fluid (four shades lighter then your skin's natural tint. Shake and dabble your foundation onto a clean surface, using a #187 foundation brush to apply to your face carefully blending into your skin. Now that you've created an even canvas to your face, you're ready to apply a clown white oil based face paint for accent. Apply the whi...

How To: Transfer sound over a laser light

Check out this low cost project. This video will show you how to transfer sound over light! Yes, this is possible. You'll transfer a sound with a distance of 5 meters, but you may experiment on greater distances if you'd like. You'll need a laser (or an LED) for this audio project, one Opto transistor (or resistor), one 3-volt battery, two mono audio jacks, and some alligator clips. Just watch this cool electronic audio experiment and try it out yourself.

How To: Build a laser microphone

Listen to conversations over long distances with a homemade laser listening device. All you'll need is a laser pointer, tripod, old pair of headphones, photocell, a recording device, and the step-by-step instructions in this how-to video. The creator of this video tutorial does not mention the need for sophisticated software. But the principle is quite sound. If you can figure it out, you can eavesdrop and spy on whoever.

How To: Re-pot house plants

This video shows you how to re-pot your houseplants. When your geraniums have overgrown, cut your clippings. Let the clipping cure: i.e. the wound that you created needs to seal and cure, before planting. Set them aside, in order to allow them to cure. Once that is done, submerge the tip of the fresh clipping in a pot filled with fresh soil. Remember to remove dead leaves.

How To: Apply copper, red, & gold eye makeup

A combination of red and gold eyeshadow is great for emphasizing green eyes - this is because red and gold are complementary colors to green. For the base, apply a clear or skin-colored base to the entire eye area. Use a highlight base just beneath your eyebrows. Blend it in. Use a black liquid base on the upper eyelid. For eyeshadow, start off with a shimmery gold by putting it in the inner corners of the upper lid. Take your red and start off slightly in the middle of your eye, where you le...

How To: Test Your Social Distancing Skills from Home with This AR App for Android & iOS

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus has practically guaranteed that the virus, along with the phrases "social distancing" and "flattening the curve," will rank among the top search terms of 2020. USA Today combined the phrases in its latest augmented reality experience, which quizzes your knowledge in the best practices of social distancing.

How To: Play volleyball on the beach

There's nothing like the beach. You have soft sand beneath your feet, the ocean breeze flowing around you, and of course the ocean itself. There are many activities that can be played at the beach, but arguably no other sport is more commonly played than beach volleyball. Unlike regular volleyball, kneepads are not necessary since the sand can be a bit more forgiving and clothes are usually subsituted for bathing suits. This tutorial will show you all the tricks and tips for playing volleybal...

How To: Draw a 3D cartoon shark

This video illustrate us how to draw 3D cartoon shark. Here are the following steps.step 1: First of all take a sheet of paper and pencil.Step 2: draw a U shape structure and again draw a U shape structure above the previous on representing the body of the shark.Step 2: Now from one end of the double U draw a V shape representing the front body of the shark, within the face draw two eyes and jaws of the shark.Step 3: Now at other end draw a tail and from the side of the body draw a triangle a...

How To: Draw a 3D fanged fish

This video illustrate how to draw a 3D fanged fish. Here are the following steps.Step 1: Take a sheet of paper and pencil and start drawing a circle forming the face of the fish.Step 2: Now in the middle of the circle draw an wavy line showing the jaws of the fish.Step 3:Now draw two small circle on the boundary of the circle forming the eyes of the fish.Step 4: Now from the jaws draw two fins in opposite direction to each other.Step 5: Now draw Two fans beneath the face showing the back fins...

How To: Uninstall a program in Windows 7

This video by Butterscotch shows viewers how to uninstall a program in Windows 7. To begin, click on the start button at the bottom-left of the screen. Click 'Control Panel' in the boxes that pop up. Click 'System and Security'. On the left side of the window, there will be a link marked 'Programs'. Click on it. Click 'Uninstall a program' beneath the 'Programs and Features' heading. Highlight the program you want to uninstall, then click the 'Uninstall/Change' button near the top of the wind...

How To: Remove & replace warped vinyl siding on your home

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to remove and replace vinyl siding. Users will need a siding removal tool (zip tool). Insert this tool beneath the bottom edge of the overlap and pull down while sliding the tool horizontally. Remove the nails underneath and simply pull down the siding. Now measure the length of the siding. With the new siding, connect it on the exterior wall and reinforce it with some nails. This video will help those viewers who need to learn how to replace a vinyl ...

How To: Stretch your own painter's canvas

This video begins with an unfolded painter's canvas unfolded on a table and a frame which will be used to stretch and mend the canvas. The canvas needs to be laid beneath the wooden frame. The canvas must then be stretched over the sides of the wooden frame and then stapled into place. After the canvas has been stretched and stapled over the wooden frame you can pull the corners to tighten the canvas fabric. After the canvas is being stretched within the frame you must let it sit until it bec...

How To: Thread a bobbin on the Brother LS 2125 sewing machine

Many habitual sewers like to sew by hand if possible for smaller projects, since all it requires is some finger dexterity, a needle, and some form of thread. Sewing machines can create stitches and embellishments of great beauty, but as with all electronic devices sometimes their constituent parts have complications. The bobbin, which holds the thread beneath the machine, is one of those pesky things sewers have to deal with.