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How To: Wax your snowboard

In this tutorial, we learn how to wax your snowboard. First, you will want to clean your board off of any impurities. Once you have done this, you will need to take your wax and run it on the edge of the board all the way around. After you have done this several times, run the wax around the board from the top to the bottom. Feel with your other hand all the way around the board to see how it feels with the wax on it. Then, spray the board with water and wipe it off. When you're finished, you...

How To: Varial kickflip on your own skateboard

Remember: a varial kickflip is basically a pop shove-it with a little more ankle action, so set up like you would for a pop shove-it. Hit the tail as you would for a pop shove-it, and as the board starts to snap up, flick your front foot just like a kickflip. That action will cause the board to flip while the shove-it action from your back foot will make the board turn 180 degrees below you. Don't flick the flip too hard or it will flip away from you like a crazy 4th of July firework. Let the...

How To: Search your entire hard drive in Microsoft Windows 7

Want to search your entire hard drive rather than just a designated segment of it? This Windows 7 tutorial will show you how it's done! It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this Win 7 user's guide.

How To: Set up folder access and map networks in Windows 7

Network mapping lets PC users organize multiple computers into a system that provides informational data access. This video tutorial shows how to set file sharing permissions and assign users designated privileges within a network. Establishing a network provides functionality within a workplace and facilitates virtual communication among users.

How To: Wax, tune and detune your snowboard

In this video you will learn how to wax, tune, and DE-tune your snowboard. The first thing you're going for tuning and DE-tuning your board is to take a bill file and file your board right where it starts to curve (do this on every corner of your board). Then when you're ready to clean the base of your board you take your base citrus cleaner and pour some onto a rag and wipe it on the board until its clean. Then when you're ready to wax your board take your wax and melt it over the board usin...

How To: Remove & replace a hardwood floor board

Need to replace or repair a single hardwood floor board? Don't want to pay people hundreds of dollars to do it? Well, if you have a circular saw and a straightedge. Then you can do-it-yourself by following this video. First of all, remove the old board by cutting a section of it using the saw and prying it out with the straightedge. Then, get your new floor board, which should be retrofitted, then apply some adhesive and fit the board back into the spot where the old board was. Hammer the new...

How To: Remove and replace decking

If your decking boards need to be replaced it is really not that difficult. Start by removing the facia or edge boards that hold the decking boards in place using a crowbar. Remove the decking boards from the joists. Check the joists for dry rot while you have the decking boards off by poking them with a screwdriver. If the wood is soft and the screwdriver sinks right into the joist then you may need to replace that joint because it is dry rotted. When replacing the decking boards it is best ...

How to Play World of Warcraft: the Adventure Game

At almost twenty pounds (or so it seems), World of Warcraft: The Adventure Game may just be the biggest board game ever. Check out this video tutorial from Obsessed Board Gamers to get an introduction to what's inside the box and how to play it. You'll also see if you need to be a fan of the World of Warcraft computer game in order to enjoy this hands on version.

How To: Peform a Ghost Ride Heelflip on a longboard

In this tutorial, we learn how to perform a Ghost Ride Heelflip on a long board. First, get on your board and start to petal. Then, bring your left foot off and bring it near the board, as close as you can. Then, bring your right foot behind you and then flip your board over. After this, jump up with both of your feet and jump onto the board to the other side of you. Practice doing this to get it right, it may take you a little while. When done, you can start to learn different variations on ...

How To: Fix a cracked wood cutting board

If you have a cutting board that you made or purchased from the store, excessive exposure to water can be bad. Water can be sucked into the wood and damage the wood board, eventually leading to a crack. Instead of throwing it out, you may want to let it sit for a couple of weeks so that the water is able to dry out.

How To: Wax a snowboard properly

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wax a snowboard. The materials required for waxing are: wax (cold, medium or warm temperature), scraper, brush, iron, wax paper, cloth and gloves. Begin by wiping the board with the cloth. Now rub the wax on the board. Then hold the wax against the iron to melt it, and then rub it on the board. The press the iron on some wax paper and spread it across the board. Leave it too cool for about 20-30 minutes. Then use the scrape to remove the wax layer....

How To: Roll a joint the Amsterdamn way

Take your doobie-rolling skills to the next level with this quick tutorial video on how to roll the perfect joint. Learn how to minimize excess rolling paper and maximize your smoking pleasure with this simple rolling technique popular with the Dutch rolling experts. Beware though--when your smoking buddies witness your new-found joint-rolling expertise, you're likely to become the "designated roller" for all future smoke sessions! Now, just nimble up those fingers, and get ready to roll!

How To: Remove backer board from a shower stall

Mark Donovan is remodeling a ceramic tile shower, and shows how to remove the old backer board. First remove the old screws, starting at the bottom of each board and working your way up (leave a few screws so the board doesn't fall). Sometimes screws may be hiding under old mortar. Score the joint between the top board and the ceiling with a utility knife to prevent ceiling damage. Use a pry bar to gently remove the old backer board, being watchful for pipes. Remove the last screws, then the ...

How To: Perform an ollie on a street skateboard

Street Skateboarding: Take It to the Streets The guys on the prefab ramps and half-pipes make the X Games headlines, but the real frontier of the skateboarding world is out on the street, where everyday obstacles become the tools of the trade. Find out here how to turn your street into a house of shred. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform an ollie on a street skateboard.

How To: Use parent forms in Microsoft Visual Studio

When programming in Visual Studio, you may find yourself creating any number of all-but-identical windows. This can be tedious and time consuming. This tutorial discusses the deadly and dangerous task of using a form as a parent for the development of other forms in Visual Studio, using C# in this particular example. For more information on designating a form as a parent, take a look.

How To: Build a prop hover board

Ever since Back to the Future Part Two, every kid has wanted their own hover board. Parker put together this tutorial to show how to get one step closer to the dream, by building a prop hover board. You will need a plastic lid, spray paint, hot glue, a small circuit board, Mod Podge sealant, and an old skateboard. Watch this video prop-making tutorial and learn how to build hover board prop.

How To: Potty train your cat on the toilet

Wouldn't it be heavenly if your cat took care of its business in the designated place? Cats are very smart animals and are capable of being potty trained easily. Watch this instructional cat video to learn how you can potty train your cat. Say goodbye to your cat's litter box by teaching your cat to use the toilet.

How To: Measure your longboard clearance

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to measure the long-board clearance to determine the correct trucks to use. Users will need a measuring tape. The board clearance is a term used to describe the width of the deck, over top of the trucks. There will be 4 holes that make up the bracket. Users will be measuring the distance in between those holes. Measure both the front and tail of the board. The 3 types of trucks to decide from are: S6 truck, S8 truck and S10 truck. This video will bene...

How To: Do a casper flip on a skateboard

To begin with, you may want to learn how to kick flip before you try to do a casper flip as that is half of the trick. Try practicing it at a low speed as there is a lot of movement with your feet and this will help you keep control of the board. Now set your front foot on the two bolts in the front of your board and have your back foot square. Pop the board up like a normal kick flip, sliding your foot underneath the board as you flip it and when it is flipped over, spin the board back aroun...