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How To: Find all hidden spiders on Hobgoblin in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

If you're struggling to find all the hidden spiders on Hobgoblins level, you're in luck! Some can be pretty tricky due to specific circumstances that you will need to meet and some are harder to find if someone doesn't tell you about them. In this video you will get a full walkthrough of each spider location as well as commentary explaining each location and the circumstances you will need to put yourself in to get them.

How To: Improve your credit score, even in a recession

Now more than ever, people everywhere are suffering from bad credit. Credit is important. You need it to take out loans, buy a house, rent an apartment, get a car, almost anything! Check out this two part video, presented by Daniel Medina from United Credit Education Services, and listen along as he offers you tips on how to improve your credit - even in a recession. This helpful and informative video can start you on the right track to financial stability, no matter what the circumstances.

How To: Create image hotspots in Adobe Dreamweaver CS4

Though image maps have fallen out of favor in recent years, they can nevertheless be very convenient given the right set of circumstances. Learn how to create image map hot spots when working in Adobe Dreamweaver CS4. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular WISYWIG HTML editor or a seasoned web development professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the CS4 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including a step-by-step overview, wat...

How To: Put iPod Touch or iPhone into DFU mode

If you are planning on jailbreaking your iPod or need an emergency restore, you will need to put your iPhone into DFU mode. DFU mode is only used in these dire circumstances, however, and can harm your device. If you need to use DFU mode for any reason, check out this tutorial first and make sure you have mastered the step by step.

How To: Choose a water tank

Depending on your space and circumstances, you will need a water tank to suit your needs. There are different tools that will work better with your home. Watch this video home improvement tutorial and learn how to choose a water tank for the space at hand.

How To: Turn the corner for cyclists

Active Expert Gale Bernhardt provides helpful tips on cornering techniques for cyclists in this instructional cycling video. Depending on the particular situation you're faced with when turning the corner, you may have to turn a corner with a tight radius or a wide radius. See how fast you can go in each situation and learn how to turn the corner the fastest way around a corner in various circumstances with this cycling tutorial video.

How To: Break in the brushed motor of an RC car

It's simple: if you've got a brushed motor, you'll want to break it in under controlled circumstances before taking it out into the world. Why break in your engine? The main idea of breaking in your engine is to wear down your engine's brush so as to maximize surface contact with the commutator, reducing resistance (and therefore waste energy) and thereby increasing power. For detailed instructions on breaking in your remote control vehicle's engine, watch this RC hobbyest how-to.

How To: Paper train your dog

Dogs have to learn bowel etiquette much quicker than humans, and these helpful steps will make sure your paper-trained pooch becomes man's best friend, not your carpet's worst nightmare.

How To: Simply use a flash on a Nikon DSLR

There are a lot of things that a flash can do for you when you are taking pictures. It can be used to fill shadows, light up subjects, and much more. The video demonstrates the various tilt and pan settings that the flash can be used in for bouncing light in various circumstances. Ceiling bounce tends to add unwanted shadows under the chin and eye brows when doing portraits. The side bounce from a pan adds light from a specific direction. Flashes have different modes to offer including pre-fl...

How To: Apply for ESTA registration for travel to the US

This is an electronic travel authorization system used to gain travel authorization to the United States. There are certain countries that fall under a visa waiver program, meaning that you do not need a visa to enter the US to visit. In that case you use the ESTA system. The countries that qualify in the VISA waiver program include Andora, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lich...

News: Why Help?

When stories are told about people in need, the ones with happy endings include the details of someone that produced an action that caused the people in need to be better off than before. Do we have to wait for the identification of a need? Could we on purpose just plan to present products and services that cause our customers and client to see an improvement in their circumstances just because of the business interchange with an owner manager of purpose? The fair exchange of products or serv...

News: Watch a Piece of Paper Get Destroyed with 7 Folds

It's almost impossible to fold a piece of paper in half more than seven times under normal circumstances. Sure, the guys on MythBusters managed to fold a piece of paper eleven times, but they used a sheet of paper the size of a football field and needed the help of a forklift and steamroller to get the job done.

News: Inputs for the HoloLens Can Be from Any Device... Even a Smartphone

We've highlighted the projects of Wavelength Studios a few times over recent months for their work in the augmented and mixed reality space. Since receiving their HoloLens headsets, they've been hard at work on both development community projects as well as efforts for clients. This brings us to their latest work—a way to control holograms on the HoloLens with our pocket-based modern miracles, also know as smartphones.

How To: Here's How You Can Make a Real Difference in the Aftermath of the Michael Brown & Eric Garner Grand Jury Decisions

In the aftermath of the unindicted police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, we've been told that the system worked as intended. When our legal system's outcome is at conflict with what a majority of Americans believe is just, it's clear that some changes are needed. But what specifically needs to change? And what can an average citizen with a moral and just cause do to prevent these kinds of tragedies from repeating themselves again and again?

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