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How To: Find the Playboy locations to earn the "Ladies' Man" achievement in Mafia II

Get out your happy sock and be prepared to join Jack and Geoff from Achievement Hunter on their quest to become the ultimate ladies' men... but it's not what you think. Well, maybe it is (you pervert). In this six-part series, they're searching for all of the hidden Playboy magazines in Mafia II on the Xbox 360. Join them as they search all of the chapters (listed below) for all of those nudie mags, full of beautiful and naked Playboy Playmates! With a little determination... fifty collectibl...

How To: Make a timeline for your website in Flash CS4

Making your own website from scratch is one of the most challenging and rewarding ways that you can take advantage of the internet. This mammoth 60-part video series walks you through the process of doing just that in Adobe Flash CS4. This is chapter 3 of that series, and covers the timeline of your website. If you haven't watched the previous chapters, do some now and come back. After you watch all of these videos, making your own site in Flash should be a cinch.

How To: Make a realistic looking MP5 paper gun

This thorough tutorial video series demonstrates how to make a beautiful, realistic paper MP5 gun. This tutorial is broken up into 7 videos, so be sure to click through all of the chapters for the full tutorial. Paper guns are fun to make and can look very realistic (and perform basic operating functions, too!). Learn how to fold the MP5 gun out of paper with this paper gun tutorial.

How To: Build a realistic M16A2 paper gun

This thorough tutorial video series demonstrates how to make a beautiful, realistic paper M16A2 gun. This tutorial is broken up into 8 videos, so be sure to click through all of the chapters for the full tutorial. Paper guns are fun to make and can look very realistic (and perform basic operating functions, too!). Learn how to fold the M16A2 gun out of paper with this paper gun tutorial.

How To: Make gooey slime for kids

Make Slime! This one is easy. Just mix equal parts of glue and water and then add an equal part of liquid starch. Just like that you have gooey slime. The more you play with it the more fun it becomes. This acclivity causes the polymer chains in the glue to cross link with chemicals in the starch. The result is an awesome stretchy slime.

How To: Write a good book proposal

It is very important to learn how to create a good book proposal. This video helps shed more light on things to think about when creating your book proposal. Essentially, a book proposal is your opportunity to sell yourself as a marketable asset to a publisher. Most publishers websites have down-loadable book proposal forms. They will request a lot of information such as what is your market, how do you intend to promote yourself, along with a few sample chapters. Publishers receive hundreds o...

How To: Uses Handbrake to rip DVDs when running Mac OS X

David Shrein provides a video recording with step-by-step instructions on how to utilize the DVD ripping software 'Handbrake' on a computer running Mac OS X. He shows how to deal with an initial error message, and then moves onto selecting the DVD. You have to be careful as to what you choose, as different DVDs will have different numbers of chapters and features, which use different settings in Handbrake. He shows how to select the right settings for a movie, and preview a chapter using pict...

How To: Use an animated video menu in Pinnacle Studio

This tutorial shows you how to use Pinnacle Studio to add a menu screen to your video for a DVD. They have a list of preset menus you can use, which each have different appearances. First you select the menu you would like, and drag it to the start of the "video line" which is where the movie you want to add a title screen to sit. After you have selected a menu, the how-to show you how you can edit the menu items and change the titles of the chapters. It then shows you how to write your disk ...

How To: Burn a DVD using Nero

This video is about burning a DVD using Nero. On menu bar choose create/edit. Select audit, edit and capture video in dialog box. Nero vision 5 appears. Go to DVD dialog box. Choose where you will import video from. Drag video into open screen. For best quality keep video size to 1 GB. You can add titles, edit or create chapters. Click next. Choose a category which are choices of how the video will appear. You can customize text and audio in this screen. Click next and view the final product....

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