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How To: Multiply Any Number by 11 with a Super Fast Mental Trick

Most of the time, when I’m bored during math class, I play with my calculator to satisfy my boredom. Recently, I've discovered that when multiplying any number by 11, 111, or any number similar to it, that it has a pattern (though I guess everything in math has a pattern). I don't know if this technique is original, because I didn't read anything about this. It's just mere observation. If it’s a tried and true technique, let me know.

How To: Perform a testicular self exam

Testicular cancer is a young man’s disease, and yet this is the age group that has the greatest sense of invincibility from the illness. Dr Harper demonstrates the technique you can use to self-examine your balls, and as it’s best carried out in the shower, it’s a great excuse for taking a bit longer in the morning. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to check testicles for any lumps or possible cancer.

How To: Make a sturdy energy sword from Halo out of paper

If you're a huge fan of the Halo franchise, then you're defnitely going to love this next tutorial. First introduced in Halo: Combat Evolved, the energy sword was a mighty weapon that the covenant carried to help kill enemies. It wasn't until Halo 2, were you able to use the sword yourself. In this multi video series tutorial, you'll find out how to make your own sturdy energy sword using basic materials. It's fun to create and can be used to cosplay. So sit back and enjoy!

How To: "Ice a Bro" with Smirnoff Ice

In this tutorial, learn how to play the new drinking game that is sweeping the nation, Bros Icing Bros. Bros Icing Bros started as an Internet phenomenon and has carried its way across the country. If you have a bro that needs to be iced, check out this clip. Take that bro down with a healthy dose of on-his-knees chugging, but watch your back! You don't want to fall victim to an ice-back!

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: Create a water droplet in Photoshop

This video offers Photoshop users a detailed procedure for adding simulated water droplets to photographs. A male voice-over describes each step in a conversational tone, and his instructions are easy to follow and apply. As he narrates, each step is carried out on screen, allowing you to find the different Photoshop tools and settings when you do it yourself. The procedure uses the gradient tool, drop shadow, and liquefy filter to create a water droplet to a clover leaf. In addition to showi...

How To: Obtain an international driving permit

This video is provided by "Betty Sell" from AAA travels. In this video she tells about the international travel and also about the important documents to be carried while carrying out an international travel, that is the international driving permit, commonly called as an IDP. It's very important to carry an IDP while traveling overseas because an IDP acts as an important recognizable form of photo identification which helps us to communicate with foreign authorities. To get more information ...

How To: Draw cartoon pirates

Webcartoonist shows us how to draw cartoon pirates. Begin with crown of the hat (based on Long John Silver from "Treasure Island"). Start with half-moon shape. The pirate carried a parrot on his shoulder. Begin the parrot's comb, eyes, & head about level with the brim of the pirate's hat. Directly under brim of hat, near center, draw pirate's eyes & nose. Beginning from side opposite the parrot, fill in pirate's facial features. Draw pirate's coat. Add pirate's sleeve, with cuffs & ornamentat...

How To: Origami a paper rhombicuboctahedron

Invented by Tom Hull in 2007, here's how to fold a Rhombicuboctahedron, an innovation on the cuboctahedron, out of origami paper. 24 smaller paper units can lock together in a pattern, which if carried through properly, will form a complex geometric shape out of folded paper.

How To: Multiply and divide fractions in math

One can learn, from watching this video, how to multiply and divide fractions. Prof. Alexander gives a discourse on multiplication and division of fractions in a simple, easy way. For multiplication, one should first look for highest common factor in the numerator of one fraction and the denominator of the other, and vice versa, and if found, carry out the reduction by that factor. Then the numerator of one fraction is multiplied by that of the other fraction, the same operation is carried ou...

How To: Write your novel scene by scene

If this is your first novel or you want to make a better one then this video will give you good advice on how to write fiction character for a great novel. The animated animals and people in this video will give you some great advice to improve your novel.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines: Mission 4

Learn how to locate the assassinate the Templar Captain of the Guard. Locate him in the Limassol Marketplace in Mission 4 on the Sony PSP. The Templar Captain is as good as dead with his location so boldly announced on the map. A word of caution: if you make a ruckus approaching him, he will be backed up by annoying archers on the rooftops. Once you've found him and carried out the deed in any way you see fit, return to the Safe House for the next objective. For more info, watch the whole gam...

How to Walkthrough Bayonetta: Prologue - The Vestible

See the whole backstory behind the Xbox 360 game Bayonetta. In the Prologue - The Vestibule, you see how to start playing. The first part of the game is an extended cut scene where you will learn the back story of Bayonetta. During some scenes you can control Bayonetta and fight the enemies you, but you don't have to. You don't have a health meter at this point in the game and can't die.

How To: Make custom Lego weapons for Clone Trooper minifigures

The Clone Army, one of the most dangerous forces ever to threaten the Galactic Republic in the Star Wars series, carried many different types of weapons in to battle. This video will teach you how to make replicas of a number of these weapons yourself out of Legos, at a scale that makes them usable for your Lego minifigures. None of them are very complicated to make, so watch this video and get to work on your Lego gunsmithing!

How To: Get infinite bottle caps with a simple glitch in Fallout: New Vegas

An old glitch seems to have carried itself over from Fallout 3 right into Fallout New Vegas! Not surprising as they used the same game engine and resources, but regardless of that, you'd think that the Q&A team would have caught it. In this video you will learn how to exploit this glitch by purchasing a cheap item and then selling it back for more than the original price over and over and over again. Details in the video!

How To: Make a hack pack

This video tutorial belongs to the Electronics category which is going to show you how to make a hack pack. This is basically turning a notebook in to something that you can take literally anywhere. Here you will learn how to create a video streaming hack pack to carry around with you and be able to do live internet shows anywhere. For this you will need a netbook, Sony PSP, mobile Wi-Fi thumbstick, microphone and a webcam with Velcro or adhesive. Plug in the mobile Wi-Fi stick for internet c...

How To: Draw the anime character Kenshin

This is a DrawingNow.com video tutorial of how to draw Kenshin from the "Samurai X" anime series ("Rurouni Kenshin" is the title in Japan). The tutorial begins with a blank page and demonstrates, stroke-by-stroke, how to sketch out the basic structure, and then builds on this to produce the finished article. The drawing has been carried out using the tools available on DrawingNow.com's own drawing applet, but the same steps could be done in any drawing program which supports layers. The tutor...

How To: Multiply two fractions together

This video demonstrates the simplest method for multiplying fractions. According to the tutor, one should first identify the highest common factor with which to reduce the two fractions, by themselves, and in relation to each other. The numerators of the two fractions are multiplied and the product is written down as the numerator of the resultant. The same operation is carried out on the denominators of the two fractions, resulting in the denominator of the resultant fraction. The final answ...

How To: Adjust a front derailleur on a mountain bike

The video is about adjusting the front derailleur of a performance bike. To adjust the front derailleur you have to first adjust the rear derailleur to the smallest gear. To adjust the front derailleur shift the gear to the largest. If it does not slip into largest gear then adjust the barrel adjuster by turning it counter clockwise till it settles into the largest gear. Turn the barrel adjuster until it stops rubbing against the chain. The full process can be carried out whilst riding, it is...

How To: Backup & restore Firefox bookmarks

In this ClearTechInfo tutorial the author shows how to backup and restore the bookmarks in Firefox 3 browser. He points to the organize bookmarks option under the Bookmarks link in the menu tab. Now he shows how to take the back up of the bookmarks by using the backup option and selecting a location on the hard disk to save the backup. Now the back up is easily taken which can be carried anywhere because of its small size. Now to restore the same bookmarks if they are deleted, you have to go ...

How To: Read or decode the Intelligent Mail Barcode or IMB

Ever wonder what those black bars across your business letters are for? Together, those 65 black bars are called the Intelligent Mail Barcode (or, "IMB"). First announced in 2003, the IMB came into use in 2006 for United States mail and served as a way to increase the amount of information carried on letters and mail flats, expanding the tracking capabilities for mail carriers. Your IMB is divided into four parts: Ascender (A), Full (F), Tracker (T), and the Descender (D). This video teaches ...

How To: Apply a MAC bridal makeup look

This how-to video from makeup master Judy demonstrates a pretty bridal look inspired by Carried Underwood. She used mostly MAC cosmetics, specifically URBAN DECAY primer potion, MAC "girl friendly" paint pot, MAC "shore leave" E/S, MAC "cork" E/S, MAC "handwritten" E/S, MAC "rice paper" E/S, LOREAL intense liner, REVLON "frilly white" colorstay pencil eyeliner, RIMMEL waterproof mascara, FACEFRONT COSMETICS survival paint primer, MAC "handwritten" E/S, BEAUTIQUE "natural" lip liner, MAC "2N" ...

How To: Tie a hip cross carry wrap baby carrier

Some babies like to be carried on the hip, but arms can tire quickly, and most carriers function either to the front or back. This how-to video demonstrates the process of tying a hip cross carry out of a long baby wrap. Find the middle marker. Place the wrap behind you. Make one side of your cross the short side. Bring the longer side under the short side then around your back making a cross on your hip. The longer side is the tail. Make a slip knot around the tail on your shoulder. Grab you...

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