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How To: Break into Almost Any Gun Safe with Straws, Paper Clips, Coat Hangers, and Even Children!

At the recent DefCon conference in Las Vegas, researchers opened many of the top commercially available gun safes with simple tools like a straw or a paper clip, and in one case, just by shaking it a bit. The investigation began after the researchers, Toby Bluzmanis, Marc Tobias and Matt Fiddler, learned that certain Stack-On safes, issued to some law enforcement officials to secure their firearms at home, could be opened simply by jiggling the doorknob.

How To: Remove a radiator in your home

In this clip, learn how to remove a radiator in your home. If you have a broken or faulty radiator that needs to be replaced or are getting rid of the thing altogether, check out this clip from the Ultimate Handyman. In this clip you will learn the essential steps you need to take to remove a radiator from a central heating system and cap off the thermostatic valve, this is important as it is often missed by some people.

How To: Break up and animate meshes in 3D Studio Max 2010

This clip illustrates a few techniques for breaking meshes up into pieces and animating them using 3ds Max's Reactor system. Whether you're new to Autodesk's popular modeling software or a seasoned 3D artist just looking to better acquaint yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, take a look!

How To: Replace a broken iPod screen

This video will help you repair your iPod classic first to fourth or fifth generation that has been damaged. Overall goal is to remove the broken, smashed, destroyed screen by removing the broken screen from the main board and replacing it with another screen. You start first by removing the screen which is connected by a short ribbon cable. To detach the ribbon cable from the main board, you have to lift up the clip away by pushing your fingernail into the pin hole. This will push the black ...

How To: Stretch out a pair of shoes using a Ziploc bag & water

Break in a pair of pinchy shoes without breaking the bank in the process. This clip demonstrates how to use a water-filled Ziploc bag and your kitchen freezer to stretch out a pair of too-tight (but otherwise lovely) pair of shoes. For specifics, including step-by-step instructions, and to get started trying out this shoe stretching trick yourself, give this guide a gander.

How To: Do regular and one-armed handstands in breakdancing

In this clip, learn how to do an awesome set of breakdancing moves that will get everyone on their feet and clapping. This tutorial from the Breakdancing Ninja will walk you through handstands, step by step. First, you will start out with regular handstands and move on to the more difficult one-armed style. So, if you are ready to dance, check out this clip and start breaking!

How To: Repair a dash pad

In repairing the dash pad, once you remove the dash pad it rips the metal clip off, where it is connected to the car. You can do this by using a j-b weld solution. After you mix the j-b weld, apply it to the broken stub and place the metal clip, with the ripped plastic, correctly on top of the j-b weld. Then wait until it dries.

How To: Remember and recite pi to eight decimal places

Looking for an easy way to impress the math geeks in your life? This brief clip from the BBC will help you memorize pi to eight decimal places without breaking a sweat through use of a simple mnemonic device: "How I wish I could calculate pi easily today." (Hint: Count the number of letters in each word.) Easy as pi(e).

How To: Make a somersaulting robot

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a somersaulting robot. You will need: a gear box, 1.5 v DC motor, battery holder for AA, and a few gem clips. First, glue the gear box onto the battery holder and then glue the motor shaft in. Next, glue the gem clip on the pistons of the gear box. From here, add a broken eraser to the gem clips. Next, add another jumbo gem clip to the motor and you will get to play with it! This is a fun little robot to play with, enjoy using it and making it do tricks!

How To: Make a Lock Pick Out of a Paper Clip and Multi-Tool

The fine folks at ITS Tactical made this detailed tutorial on how to make a two-piece lock pick set out of only a few paper clips and using only a multi-tool in the construction. The host begins by demonstrating how to construct the pick, then how to use it on a real lock. It is not as easy as using a real lock pick, but will still work. As the host emphasizes at the beginning of the video, these picks are only to be used in emergency situations, and NOT to break into other people's homes wil...

How To: Take apart and fix a 6th generation iPod Classic

In this how to video, you will learn how to open a 6th generation Ipod Classic. First, make sure to turn it off and make sure the hold button is on. Take a prying tool to undo the clips inside the device by sliding it in between the cover and back. Once the clips are undone, place thumb tacks on the sides and tops while popping the base out. Be careful, as there are cables inside that you do not want to break. The orange part is the battery while the blue object is the hard drive. Once you ma...

How To: Draw male and female manga eyes

In this clip, Mark Rilley teaches how to draw male and female eyes in the Japanese manga style. Breaking down the anatomy, he distinguishes the gender differences between the two in order to give your drawings more masculine or feminine qualities. For more information, and to get started drawing your own Japanese comic-style eyes, watch this free video drawing lesson.

How To: Watch TV on the Internet for free—legally

Looking to catch up on your favorite programs while breaking neither the law nor the bank? Believe it or not, you have quite a few options. And this free video guide from the folks at CNET TV will walk you through them. For details, and to get started watching full episodes of your favorite TV shows for free online, give this clip a gander.

How To: Replace a key on Samsung Notebook keyboard

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to replace a key on a Samsung notebook keyboard. This task is very fast, easy and simple to do. Begin by placing the small retainer clip into the small areas of the key. Make sure the retainer clip is aligned on top of the keyboard and is securely placed on. Then simply place the key over the retainer clip and press on it. Hold the bottom of the key with one finger and press down the key with another finger. to secure it in place. This video will bene...

How To: Do breakdancing flares like a pro

Check out this totally slick tutorial where the Breakdancing Ninja shows you the drills and strength excercises you need to do Breakdancing/Gymnastic Flares. Flares are essential to any good breaking routine. In this clip you will learn how to get started with the right workout so that your body is strong enough to handle the flares. Follow along and pretty soon you will be getting a standing ovation anytime you step it up!

How To: Make a hidden compartment using a deck of cards

In this tutorial, learn how to use an ordinary deck of cards and make them into a safe for your personal belongings. This is a great little device for hiding things in plain sight like money, jewelry or keys. A thief is not very likely to steal a seemingly ordinary deck of cards if they break into your home, so improve your safety with this clip.

How To: Do the sideways glide

Check out this in depth dance tutorial video on side gliding, also known as sideways moonwalking. Learn how to side glide as this instructional video breaks it down with text and slow motion clips to help you practice this dance move. Improve your skills by adding a bit of glide to your personal dance style.

How To: Circle glide, glide and moonwalk

In this quick instructional dance video, learn how to circle glide, glide and moonwalk, all in one. This tutorial includes text instruction on the screen and slow motion clips to help you break down each move. Practice the glide, circle glide and moonwalk, and add a bit of style to your dance skills.

How To: Break up on your girlfriend or boyfriend

In this how to video, you will learn how to break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend. There are plenty of good and bad ways to do this. A bad way of doing this is breaking up with your partner over the phone. Breaking up over instant messages is also bad. Texting can also be considered a bad way of breaking up. Also, never fake your death in order to break up. The best way to do this includes doing this in person. Make sure to tell the truth when you are doing this. Make sure to be careful ...

How To: Break an arm in half & blow up a head in film

In this tutorial, we learn how to break an arm in half & blow up a head in film. To do this, you will need: a tripod, after effects, and actors. First, you need to record a shot with the background and the person whose head you want to blow up. After this, put the clean plate clip over the head of your actor. Now, you will be able to clear out the person and add a mask that is exploding in the frame instead of the head. Add in some fake blood and sound effects, then you will be finished with ...

How To: Build an Awesome Bong on a Budget

If you are totally broke but need something to smoke out of, check out this tutorial! In it, you will learn several different ways to create working bongs out of household items. In this four part series, you will first learn how to make a simple bottle bong from a Pom juice bottle, and in each of the following clips you will learn more advanced - but cheap - bong building. Finally, learn how to make a glass bong out of an old liquor bottle without breaking it!

How To: Repair a broken iPod LCD screen

This video teaches you how to replace a LCD screen for the 5th generation iPod. The tools you will need are a soft cloth, a mini screwdriver, a plastic or metal putty knife, and of course your iPod. First, pry your iPod open with your putty knife. Place the knife in between the metal base and white case and pull the knife around the iPod, to undo the clips holding the case together. Once open, lift up the hardware, remove the headphone assembly, and take out the screws on the side. Take the e...

How To: Replace a broken valve cover in a car

In this series of video clips you’ll learn how to replace a valve cover on the engine of your car. Expert mechanic Nathan McCoullough shows you step-by-step instructions, from locating the valve and determining whether or not it’s leaking, covering and protecting the electronic components of your engine, and removing the necessary parts, such as the valve cover and bolts.

How To: Make an original paper origami swan

This clip shows how to make a swan using a single piece of paper. It is broken into separately titled sections with brief written instructions. The video that follows performs those instructions shows the folds and the results of the intermediate steps.

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