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How To: Set embedded YouTube clips to automatically play

YouTube videos can also be embedded in your own website. These YouTube videos by default do not play and one should explicitly click the play button for the videos to stream. However you can change the embedded video settings so that the video starts streaming once your web page loads. This can be very helpful as it starts streaming immediately with out wasting time for the user to click on the play button. Go to the YouTube video that you want to auto play on the YouTube website. Copy the em...

How To: Cold call a company that you want to interview with when looking for a job

In this clip, you'll learn how to make "cold calls" when searching for a job, a technique that can be surprisingly effective. Finding a job can be a tough task even in the best of times. Whether you're out of work or are simply looking to land your dream job, you're sure to be well served by this clip, which discusses few tried and true techniques and best practices for job seeking.

How To: Perform a continental-style PSSO decrease stitch

This clip demonstrates a left-leaning decrease sometimes used in knitting. It is usually called the "pass slipped stitch over" decrease (PSSO), or the K1, SL1, PSSO (knit one, slip one, pass slipped stitch over). In this clip, it's shown in the continental style. For complete, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using this stitch in your own knitting projects, take a look.

How To: Bypass the iPhone 4 passcode lock screen to make phone calls (iOS 4.1)

Want to make a phone call on an iPhone 4 running Apple's iOS 4.1, but don't know its passcode? Not a problem. In this clip, we learn a simple trick that will allow you to bypass the lock screen entirely and permit you to view the phone's contact list and place phone calls to any number you like. This glitch has been fixed with iOS 4.2, so treasure this hack while it still lasts! This will let you unlock someones password on an ipod or iphone touch.

How To: Perform an English-style PSSO decrease stitch

This clip demonstrates a left-leaning decrease sometimes used in knitting. It is usually called the "pass slipped stitch over" decrease (PSSO), or the K1, SL1, PSSO (knit one, slip one, pass slipped stitch over). In this clip, it's shown in the English style. For complete, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using this stitch in your own knitting projects, take a look.

How To: Add title clips from the Library feature in Camtasia 7

Camtasia 7 has a new feature, and it's called the Library. The Library section in Camtasia contains audio files, and effects like digital radius, fiber waves, rounded angles, silver streaks, sound effects, and a thing called target blue. You can use some of those visual effects to create title clips for your screencasts. The effects make the video look like Flash, even though it's obviously not. See how to add a Flash title clip from the library folder.

How To: Make a VOIP phone call from your Google Gmail inbox

In this clip, you'll learn how to use Google's new VOIP (voice over IP) feature to make domestic and international phone calls from your Gmail inbox. For more information, including a complete demonstration of the process and detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started making calls from your own Gmail account, take a look.

How To: Save money on your phone bill & upgrade early for free

In this clip, learn how to make the right phone calls and press the right buttons to "trick" your phone company into giving you a free phone upgrade before you are due. You will also learn how to save money on you phone bill by using a few choice words on the telephone. This trick works for Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, so not matter who your carrier is you will be golden. This clip is hosted by an ex-employee from a cell phone company, so it is full of insider tips.

How To: Use Google Voice to make cheap phone calls

Google Voice is the newest release from the experts at Google. Google Voice is a low-cost Internet phone service that redirects calls to your home phone and works over your WiFi connection. This service is very exciting and useful for those that are looking to save some money on long distance. Google Voice was in limited use for a while and is now available to everyone, so check out this clip and learn how to use it!

How To: Create simple functions when programming in Python 3

In this clip, you'll learn how to create and call simple functions when coding in Python 3. Whether you're new to the Python Software Foundation's popular general purpose programming language or a seasoned developer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of Python 3.0, you're sure to benefit from this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this video guide.

How To: Turn a Microsoft Windows PC into a working telephone

In this clip, you'll learn how to make VOIP (or voice over IP) phone calls over your Windows PC. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started making phone calls over your own Internet connection, watch this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET TV.

How To: Call into a JavaScript function with .NET code

In this clip, you'll learn how to make calls into JavaScript functions with .NET code when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Call a web service over HTTPS in a Silverlight application

In this clip, you'll learn how to call web services over HTTPS when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Call .NET functions from JavaScript code in a Silverlight application

In this clip, you'll learn how to call .NET functions from JavaScript when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Call web services with Silverlight's Windows Communication Foundation tools

In this clip, you'll learn how to make a call to a web service when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Keyframe when editing video in Apple's Final Cut Pro

This video tutorial teaches you the basics of Keyframing using Final Cut Pro. A picture is used in this tutorial. You can also use video or picture for this example. The video shows the keyframe button and the different keyframing tools. The video then teaches a basic keyframing concept of how to add a motion to the clip using keyframing. You can also add rotation effect in the keyframe. When you add a keyframe and move the clip from one place to another, it adds a path along which the clip o...

How To: Make an evasive beeping thing

This video shows you how to make a prank toy called "The Evasive Beeping Thing." You will need: a 555 timer, a couple of 3904 transistors, a couple of capacitors, some resistors, a 9-volt battery clip, a small speaker, and a small piece of circuit board to settle everything. Follow these simple steps:

How To: Add Fade-Ins, Fade-Outs & Fade-Through Transitions to iMovie Projects on Your iPhone

By default, iMovie for iPhone adds a dissolve (also called a crossfade) in between all of the video clips in your movie project's timeline, which is an effect that transitions gradually from the end of one clip to the beginning of another. However, iMovie does not add any beginning transitions to your first video clip or ending transitions to your last video clip. But that doesn't mean you can't.

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