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How To: Prevent swimmer's ear

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to prevent swimmer's ear. Don't let this painful infection of the ear canal keep you out of the water! A few simple precautions can combat the excessive moisture that causes bacteria to fester.

How To: Clean a dog's ears of dirt and wax

Your mother used to remind you to wash behind your ears now make sure you keep your dog in tip top health and clean their ears too. Dogs depend a lot on their hearing but can build dirt and wax in and around their ears which can be irritating or lead to infection.

How To: A look at an alternative to big head phones

Interested in jockeying discs? If so, you'll need a decent pair of DJ headphones. While big, closed-ear phones are the standard, in-ear-canal headphones can be a smart choice to the extent that they don't need to be turned up as loudly as other phones and so can protect your hearing. For more information on using in-ear-canal earbuds while DJing, take a look! And remember: always watch the output level on your headphones!

How To: Teach Blocking Fundamental for Young Football Players

Blocking is the single most important part of offensive football. Before there was passing or catching, there was blocking, and it is the only thing that is a part of every single offensive play on the field. This video for youth football coaches demonstrates the fundamental of proper blocking and how to teach these fundamentals to young football players.

How To: Open hips with prenatal yoga poses

This yoga how-to video tutorial demonstrates prenatal yoga poses to help open the hips. Prenatal yoga hip opening poses help to facilitate the opening of the pelvis to prepare for the baby to descend through the birth canal. They increase flexibility in the muscles that attach to the pelvis that will need to be elastic during labor and delivery. When the hips are more open it allows for the sacrum and pelvic to be better aligned. This will make daily activities like walking, sitting, standing...

How To: Play pool for beginners

Pool is a strategic, yet fun game. It's born on not only fun, but also lost profits. But regardless of that, it's a difficult game to play if you don't understand the basic fundamentals. In this video you will get a full tutorial on how to play pool with the basic fundamentals of the game!

How To: Use the Fundamental Rule of Proportions in Algebra

The author in this video explains the concept of fundamental rule of proportions. Fundamental rule of proportions means cross multiply. He explains that to arrive from an equation which has fractions into the one without equation multiply the top of left side with the bottom of right side and equal it with bottom of left side multiplied with top of the right side. In this way proportions can be cross multiplied to arrive at an algebraic expression. If you want to master the rule of proportion...

How To: Packet sniff networks with the fundamentals

Hak5 isn't your ordinary tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust. In this episode, see how to packet sniff networks with the fundamentals.

How To: Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2 DLC: Battle of Forli

The Battle of Forli: This is downloadable content that fills in the missing pieces and has Ezio defending the town of Forli from the Orsi Brothers. There are six new memories and Leonardo's flying machine makes a return allowing players to fly it across Romagna. Ezio is joined by Machiavelli and Caterina Sforza to protect a Piece of Eden from the Templars. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 20

No need to figure out the 20th puzzle, entitled "The Origin of the Species", in Assassin's Creed 2. Here's the answers! Puzzle wheel: Start by turning the fifth ring right ten times, then turn the fourth ring left twice. Then rotate the third (and first) rings right twice, the second ring right five times and the first ring left three times. Image 1: Highlight the eye at the top of the painting. Code wheel puzzle: Ignore the numbers and focus on the Assassin motto: “Nothing is true, everythin...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 19

Here's the answers to the 19th puzzle, titled "The Fourth Day", in Assassin's Creed 2. Image set: What used to be worshipped by every primitive culture under the…? That’s right, the sun. Pick the five images that focus on it. Image: Find the tiny image of Earth in the lower-left quadrant of the sun. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 18

The 18th puzzle is called "Synapses". See how to solve it in Assassin's Creed 2. Code wheel puzzle: Your first clue is to line up 5 with a single tree-looking symbol. The key here is the weird-looking equation on the left, which offers a hint as to the progression of the symbols.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 17

Figure out the 17th puzzle, entitled "The Bunker", in Assassin's Creed 2. Code wheel puzzle: Here’s a tricky one; your clues are “<” and “2,” and the only advice you’ll get from your handlers is that maybe there’s “something we can count” on the strange symbols. In this case that “something” is the number of times each symbol bends sharply. Don’t expect consistency across the wheel on this one; just take a look at what symbols flank the blank spaces and pick a shape with the number of bends t...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 16

This one's pretty easy. Here's the solution to the 16th puzzle, entitled "The Cavalry", in Assassin's Creed 2. Image 1: Just move the cursor to the word “Tunguska.” Image 2: Move the cursor onto the staff and drag it onto Tesla’s photo. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 15

Get all of the info on the 15th puzzle, entitled "Guardians", in Assassin's Creed 2. Puzzle wheel: Seemingly every other ring is linked here, so we’ll cut straight to the chase: Turn the third (and fourth) rings right twice, the fifth (and first) right four times, the fourth (and first) right five times, the fifth (and first) left five times and the second left five times. Finally, move the fifth (and second) rings right five times. Image: Another gimme – just move the Assassin logo over the ...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 13

Solve the challenging 13th puzzle, entitled "I Am Become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds", in Assassin's Creed 2. Code wheel puzzle: This one’s even trickier than the last one; starting with the hint that 9 (next to the tower) equals “triangle” (up and to the left from the bomb), you need to figure out which symbols would fill in the blank spots on the wheel, going by the symbols next to them. Image 1: Just hit the button. It’s not hard. Image 2: Use the Geiger-counter clicks to guide you. For...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 12

This is the 12th puzzle, entitled "Titans of Industry", in Assassin's Creed 2. Code wheel puzzle 1: The key here is in the “4=1” on the blueprint at the left of the screen. Line up the red 4 over the gray 1 and input the following code: 917240. Image 1: This one’s the opposite of the light-bulb “puzzle” from before – just move the dollar sign over the bulbs to extinguish them. Image 2: Highlight the glowing ball at the center of the image. Code wheel puzzle 2: Your hints here are the “2” on t...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 11

Find out how to solve the 11th puzzle, entitled "The Inventor", in Assassin's Creed 2. Image 1: Just move the lightning bolt over the bulbs to bring them to life. Image 2: Highlight the area just at the base of the tower, between the two windows, to find this hidden image. Image 3: Move the pointer onto Tesla’s lap. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 10

Figure out the 10th puzzle, Apollo, in Assassin's Creed 2. Image 1: Highlight the lunar lander just down and to the left of the moon. Puzzle wheel: Another linked-ring rotation puzzle. Your job here is to align all the channels; do this by moving the fifth ring to the left six times, the second ring to the left four times, the fourth ring to the right three times and the third ring to the left five times. Then snap the first ring into place. Image 2: Move the cursor down between the flag and ...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 9

Execute the 9th puzzle, called Hat Trick, in Assassin's Creed 2. Image 1: Move the cursor onto Houdini’s torso. Image 2: Move the cursor over Gandhi’s heart. Code wheel puzzle: Your hint here is pretty obvious; there’s a big, glaring “6=1” next to Oswald’s picture. So move the red wheel so that the 6 is over the gray 1, and plug in the corresponding numbers. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 8

Learn about the 8th puzzle, titled Martyrs, in Assassin's Creed 2. Image 1: Highlight Czar Nicholas’ staff. Image 2: Highlight Joan of Arc’s sword. Image 3: Move the fireball to Joan of Arc’s portrait. Image 4: Move the photo of Rasputin onto Czar Nicholas’ portrait. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 7

This is about the 7th puzzle in Assassin's Creed 2. Keep on seeking, and you should find… in the first image set, the key word here is "red", so pick the images in which that color shines the brightest. In the second image, highlight the area to the right of Jesus’ hips to reveal a Piece of Eden. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 6

See the key to the sixth puzzle "Brothers" in Assassin's Creed 2. This is where things start to get tricky; while the first batch of ring puzzles were simple, these link some of their rings together, so that you can’t move one without moving another. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 5

Find out the solution to the 5th puzzle in Assassin's Creed 2. For set one, the hint here is “cut,” so pick the five paintings that feature swords. For set two, what do the people in these paintings lean on? That’s right – pick out the images that feature staffs. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 4

Get the answers to the 4th puzzle in Assassin's Creed 2. This is just another hidden-image puzzle. Find them in the barrel of the bazooka, on the helmet of the soldier crouching in the background, on a rifle held up just to the left of the officers, and in the hand of one of the monsters. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Tomb 6

Visitazione's Secret: This is Tomb number 6. The grave of all graves. The entrance to the tomb is on top of the first level of the building's roof. You can pretty easily climb the building on the eastern face and then shimmy around to the north face and continue up. There's a small nook where the building's tower meets the first level of roof, and in there you'll find the entrance.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Tomb 5

San Marco's Secret: Tomb 5 is not easy, so be careful. Getting into the Basilica without the use of Leonardo's flying machine is tricky. However, chances are that you've already penetrated the massive building's defenses in the mission If at First You Don't Succeed.... But if you haven't yet completed that mission, here's how to get to the tomb's entrance.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Tomb 4

Ravaldino's Secret: The entrance is sort of tucked away behind a tower on the other side of the city's water way to the west. Jump in the water and swim around the north end of the tower and you should find the entrance pretty easily. It's just off the water.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Mission 67

X Marks the Spot: Activate the odd glowing thing and then walk up to the wall of codex pages to bring up a puzzle. Use eagle vision and you can spot the faint red outlines of a picture. You need to rotate all of the pieces around into their correct positions in order to complete the picture. Start by going around the perimeter of the puzzle and arranging the border—it's the easiest. Once you've got the border in place, go for the inner pieces.

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