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How To: Record voice memos on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to record voice memos on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.

How To: Tag contacts on your Apple iPhone

There are tens of thousands of iPhone applications out there. Some are fabulous. Some are stinkers. From boredom-busting games to truly useful utilities, Fox News Tapped-In tell you which are worth a place on your iPhone. Their concise video reviews and how-tos let you see the apps before you download. Plus, they show you tips and tricks you never knew were there. If you own an Apple iPhone or iPod, check this vodcast out.

How To: Use the Nokia C5's Share Online feature

Share media with your friends, family and colleagues! The C5 is the first offering in Nokia's new "C" series of mobile phones. It runs on Nokia's Symbian OS and features a 2.2-inch screen and 3.2-megapixel camera. Want more? Search WonderHowTo's sizable collection of C5 video tutorials.

How To: Access symbols & accent characters on Mac keyboard

When creating business documents or communicating with colleagues in other countries with your Apple computer, it's often necessary to use certain typographic symbols. In this video, you'll learn how you can use quick key combinations to access certain characters. For more on accessing symbols and accent characters on your keyboard in Mac OS X, watch this video tutorial from Apple.

How To: Preview & review your presentation in Powerpoint 2007

Now that you've created your presentation, you want to make sure it's ready for your audience. This Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 tutorial shows you how to preview a presentation on your own computer to make sure it looks as you expect; check the spelling; and make comments on the slides if you want colleagues to review the show first. It steps you through preparing speaker notes and printing handouts.

How To: Say important medical terminology in Khmer

Cambodia has had a troubled history, especially over the last 40 years, and as such medical professionals for more developed countries have often felt compelled to journey there and serve the needy. If you are already doing so or preparing to, or work in a community with a Khmer-speaking population, this video could be of help to you. It will teach you all sorts of useful medical technology in the most popular language in the country, Khmer. This should greatly improve you communication with ...

How To: Make a Facebook landing page

When people go to your Facebook page they are automatically sent to your wall. If you have a landing page you have an opportunity to: introduce who you are or what your business is about, have an opt-in area for a newsletter or email list, and give a call to action to become a fan! Learn how to use the Facebook application "Static FBML" to create an exciting and attractive landing page. This video contains everything you need to know to leave a lasting impression on your friends, colleagues, ...

Hands-On: Hands-On with Spatial's Remote Meeting App on Microsoft HoloLens

In recent years, many software publishers have tried to sell the business community on remote meetings via VR, but if social media chatter is any indication, it hasn't taken off in a big way just yet. However, for some, the notion of holding remote meetings using augmented reality, a medium in which you're still directly tied to the real world and not closed off in a blindfold-style VR headset, might be the better solution.

How To: Find the capital to start your own clothing line

The video presents "How to start your own Clothing Line Business". The steps include getting the financing, designing the prototype outfit/s, producing the line of clothing, promotion and sales. A good way of financing for a small business such as this is to sell your idea to family, friends and even colleagues. Research and prepare the business plan for your clothing line and be passionate about it in your presentation to convince them to fund your business. The next step is to get the produ...

How To: Leave a job on good terms

While it may be tempting to tell your boss where he can stick his letter opener when you’re ready to quit, it’s not a great career move. You will need a job to resign from, good stationery, acting skills (optional). Submit resignation. Submit resignation.

How To: Use the Bridge to connect to Photoshop services

Not only can the Adobe Bridge be used to browse and add metadata to your photos, but it can also be used to connect your photos to the online Photoshop Services. With Photoshop Services you can order prints, order books, cards and calendars as well as simply share your galleries online with your friends and colleagues. You can even sell your photos through the Adobe Photoshop Services partners.

News: Radical Theory Linking Alzheimer's to Infections Could Revolutionize Treatment

There are all kinds of theories—many supported by science—about what causes Alzheimer's disease. Tangles of protein called ß-amyloid (pronounced beta amyloid) plaques are prominently on the list of possible causes or, at least, contributors. An emerging theory of the disease suggests that those plaques aren't the problem, but are actually our brains' defenders. They show up to help fight an infection, and decades later, they become the problem.

News: Researchers Look to Cows to Create Vaccine for HIV

A vaccine against HIV might prevent the disease that we can't seem to cure. Some HIV patients make antibodies that can take down the virus, much the way a vaccine might. But, scientists haven't been able to provoke that type of response in other people. However, in a process that might work in humans, a group of researchers has successfully generated antibodies in cows that neutralize multiple strains of HIV.

News: Starve E Coli of Copper to Cure Aggressive UTIs

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) drive over eight million people to seek medical attention every year. Almost all — as many as 90% — of those infections are caused by Escherichia coli. Copper can kill bacteria, but E. coli has found a way to capture the copper, preventing its antibacterial action. Now, researchers have found that, in a cruel irony, the bacteria use the copper it grabs as a nutrient to feed its growth.

News: Probiotics Could Cut Sepsis in Infants for Just $1 a Day

Bacteria, viruses and other germs sometimes set off the immune system to overreact, producing a severe condition called sepsis. Sepsis is so dangerous that it is the leading cause of death of children across the world, killing a million kids every year, mostly in developing countries. Probiotic bacteria might be able to prevent sepsis and infections, but no large research studies have been done to find out whether that actually works. Until now.

News: How Calcium Sets Off a C Diff Infection

Unfortunately, the very places we go to receive health care put us at risk for becoming infected with superbugs, bacteria exposed to so many antibiotics that they have become immune to their effects. Clostridium difficile (C. diff) is one such bacteria. It causes inflammation of the colon and rampant diarrhea that can have life-threatening consequences. Part of its virulence lies in the tough spores formed by the bacteria. They are responsible for starting infections in the colon and for spre...

News: How Gut Bacteria Could Set Off the Immune System in Rheumatoid Arthritis

As if the swollen, painful joints of rheumatoid arthritis weren't enough, the disease is the result of our immune system turning against cells of our own body. Ever since this realization, scientists have worked to find the trigger that sets the immune system off. Scientists believe that gut bacteria may have a role in initiating the abnormal immune response. Now, a team of researchers from Boston has figured out how that might occur.

News: A Double Punch of Viruses & Immunotherapy Could Improve Outcomes for Cancer Patients

Activating the body's own immune system to fight cancer is the goal of immunotherapy. It's less toxic than chemotherapy and works with our body's natural defenses. The trouble is, it doesn't work for most patients — only about 40% of cancer patients get a good response from immunotherapy. But coupling it with another type of cancer therapy just might deliver the punch that's needed to knock out cancer.

News: Step Aside Penicillin — A Deep Dive into Fungus Genes Reveals Over 1,300 Potential Antibiotics Waiting to Be Discovered

On October 17, 1943, a story in the New York Herald Tribune read "Many laymen — husbands, wives, parents, brothers, sisters, friends — beg Dr. Keefer for penicillin," according to the American Chemical Society. Dr. Chester Keefer of Boston was responsible for rationing the new miracle drug, penicillin.

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