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How To: Teach your dog to balance a treat on his nose

In this video, we learn how to teach your dog to balance a treat on his nose. First, you need to look at your dog and have them concentrate. Don't give them the treat on their nose for too much time, start off with small increments. After this, you will tell them to "get it" and then will flick it off their nose to eat it. Start doing this until you have a time frame that you want, then they will get the treat! Withhold the treat if they aren't showing enough constraint. When finished, you wi...

How To: Carve a raw chicken to save money at the grocery store

If you're a fan of chicken fillets and drumsticks, you may find yourself spending more money than you'd hope at the grocery store, picking up prepackaged and sliced portions of meat. But sometimes, the cheapest way to eat is to do the hard work yourself. This video will concentrate on showing you how to carve up a raw chicken. You can save up to 20 or 30 percent! Learn the steps to filleting a whole chicken.

How To: Use the Magic Extractor tool to extract an image in Photoshop Elements

Have you ever tried to erase the background on an image so you can use the object image to layer with another document? You can do it in Adobe Photoshop, but if you don't know what you're doing, it could take hours… days to extract that image you want. But with Photoshop Elements, there's a handy tool called Magic Extractor that helps you get some of the dirty work out of the way, so you can concentrate on the finer details. Watch this video to see how it's done.

How To: Do a yoga L shape handstand

In this video, Dina Prioste shows us how to do a yoga l-shaped hand stand. Come into a long plank pose and lift your hips up to come into downward dog. Work on getting your back nice and long in this position. Next, sit away from the wall with your feet flat up against the wall. From here, take your hands and flip over into a tabletop position. Now, lift your hips up and come into a short downward dog with your heels against the wall. Now take both feet to the wall to come into the l-shape. R...

How To: Make a classic chicken pot pie with Nigella Lawson

Make some Chicken Pot Pie to warm your heart! Melt butter, add flour, and use a bit of chicken stock concentrate. Gives it a savory taste. Then whisk milk. This is the base. The chicken, ham, and peas should be mixed together in the base. Put it in your pie crust. Make a layer of crust to put on top. Cut off the extra dough and pinch it around. Slash it atleast four or five times so that the steam can come out. You can personalize with little batter cut outs. And splash with a little egg was ...

How To: Pan for gold using "backwash & tap" method

The video shows how to pan for gold using the backwash and tap method. Take about a quarter cup of Georgia concentrate and add to a panning tray (looks like a shallow bowl with ridges). Add some water to cover and gently move the mixture around to wash off the lighter sand and dirt particles (gold is heavier and will sink to the bottom). Resettle the mixture at the bottom and start over, continuing to wash off the sand until you start to see specks of gold along the side. Keep resettling the ...

How To: Perform wake jumps

In this video Pro Rider Matt Crowhurst talks about the wake jumps and what needs to be done to execute them. At the beginning of the video Matt says that in order to execute them one has to mater the perfect riding position, being in ease with moving left and right, inside and hillside edge, crossing and execute smooth turns. For executing wake jumps one has to concentrate on three major areas-1. Starting out wide, cruising along and a flat board.2.A progressive edge3.Holding that edge and po...

How To: Recover your PC if it freezes

Computers malfunction all the time in the form of freezing, crashing or by just not responding. This can happen due to various software reasons behind the comprehension of an average PC user. But by following some simple steps you can restore your computer some times. Your computer might not responding if there are lot of programs running simultaneously. This causes the available memory to be used up and there by causing your computer to not respond. In such case you can use you computer effe...

How To: Crop and resize images in Adobe Photoshop CS2

When using Adobe Photoshop being able to crop and resize an image is essential. This live demonstration shows you step by step directions for these useful functions. To crop, select a certain area and hit enter, everything not selected will be deleted. If you mess up you can undo. This is a great way to take a large picture and only use the parts you want to concentrate on. Video also shows how to resize picture using width and height or mega pixels. Gives tips on how to keep your picture fro...

How To: Draw Orihime Inoue from anime series, Bleach

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw the character, Orihime Inoue from the anime series, Bleach. In this drawing, she is walking with one arm upraised and a very serious look on her face. This is a step-by-step drawing tutorial, and you can control each of the steps' speed. You can also pause or replay any of the steps as you concentrate on the details of the sketch. Anyone can draw manga, with the right instructions. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy drawing on the...

How To: Recyle old furniture

D. Gulley with The Discount Trendsetter Show demonstrates how to recycle old furniture. To recycle coffee tables, stack them on top of each other to create a bookcase or a display shelf. Go to your local fabric store and purchase nice but inexpensive fabric to give your sofa a new look. If you don't want to cover your sofa to give it a new look, concentrate on the pillows to pull the new look together. To update pillows that you already have, buy some inexpensive fabric and tuck it, pin it or...

How To: Improve your memory using grouping techniques

This video describes how to improve one's memory by using a grouping technique. First you break up large chunks of information into smaller chunks and then you focus and concentrate on memorizing those smaller chunks one at a time. The video then describes how short term memory work on the anatomical level. This video is about four minutes long and will help you improve your short term memory. This video is great for those who are generally forgetful.

How To: Quit smoking cigarettes with simple advice

Allan Carr shows you how to quit smoking using simple and easy advice. He quit smoking after 30 years using his technique. He says smokers believe they need willpower to quit. Others concentrate on reasons why they need to quit but they also look at why they do smoke such as relieving stress. If you turn that around and believe it is not doing these things it can help. Smokers believe they smoke because they want to and they think they will have terrible withdrawals. Gums and patches just pro...

How To: Play C major scale in 1st position

Getting to know your scales are important to understanding music theory, learning your fretboard, improving your technique and training your ear. Check out this instructional acoustic guitar video that shows how to play C major scale in first position. Playing a scale on one string is a great way to learn the fretboard but not the most efficient way to play a scale. Try a 1st position C major scale. Start by putting your 3rd finger on low C (3rd fret of your A string). Proceed to follow the a...

How To: Create a basic mix with two vinyl turntables

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how you can create a basic mix with two turntables. Try to concentrate on getting a basic mix first off as apposed to trying too hard to be like the pros. Watch this DJ tutorial and you can learn how to create a basic mix with two turntables.

How To: Build a simple Core Data application in Mac OS X

Core Data is a powerful data-management framework introduced with Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger. When you take advantage of Core Data, it slashes the amount of custom code you need to write in order to manage application data. Opening, saving and undo management can all be handled by Core Data, freeing you to concentrate on creating unique features for your application. This video tutorial, which presents a general introduction to using Core Data, will walk you through the process of building a simple...

How To: Animate a bouncing ball in Maya

The bouncing ball animation is a classic beginning point for animating in every 3D software package. This tutorial shows you how to do it in Maya. Part two will concentrate on keyframes. Part three will turn the bouncing ball into a character set. Part four will cover using the Trax editor when animating.

How To: Make your garden interesting throughout the year

If looking for a way to make your garden interesting throughout the year don't just concentrate on the flowers, look at other parts of the plant. An example is a Rose bush. After the Roses are finished many have beautiful leaves. One plant has beautiful hips, large seeds pods. They add interest during the summer, then in the fall they'll turn a ruby red creating interest throughout the entire season. Consider the whole plant and its' characteristics during different seasons.

How To: Clear your mind

Most of us have unnecessary thoughts running through our mind almost every day. This video talks about spiritual power which helps to ‘Clear Your Mind’ of cluttered thoughts. The 5 techniques which help you to achieve this are detailed below:•Meditate consciously and focus on the way you breathe. Close your eyes and concentrate on the point between the eyebrows on the forehead. Observe the breathing pattern.•Go to a place amidst nature. Take a fighting position and chant the word ‘Jaya’ loudl...

How To: Say the Lord's prayer

The most widely known Christian prayer dates all the way back to Jesus himself. It can be found in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, though Matthew's version is the one most commonly used. Learn how to say the Lord's prayer.

How To: Use Hair Removal Creams

It's just a fact that hairy legs on women are not the most attractive. From razors to lasers, hairy legs can be a thing of the past. Hairy legs are some of the hardest parts to deal with because they're so visible all the time. Whether you want to rid yourself of prickly leg hair or just simply hide it, there are always solutions for your hairy legs. Shaving is of course the most common way of removing leg hair. It's relatively quick and easy, and once it's built into your routine you don't e...

How To: Play the "ups johnny" kid's party game

Hello, my name is Nicole Valentine and on behalf of Expert Village, I'm here to talk to you about how to coordinate birthday games for a birthday party. Now let's talk about this next game that you can use with 2 to 100 kids, this game is called Oops Johnny. The facilitator instructs the group of children or adults that they must listen closely to what I'm going to say and do. I'll show you what I mean. Alright, I need everyone to listen closely to everything that I say and watch everything t...

How To: The Delicious Trick to 1-Minute Lemonade at Home

If you love quenching your thirst with an ice-cold glass of lemonade but aren't a fan of artificial powder mixes, then this hack is for you. When your next lemonade craving strikes, instead of reaching for a glorified Kool-Aid packet, get an instant sip of summer by using pre-made, frozen lemon cubes to create your favorite drink. And this recipe isn't just easy to make, it's perfect for any number of servings, from single to several, or even a pitcher, if necessary.

How To: Make better beef jerky with better meat

The better the meat you use the better your homemade beef jerky will turn out. You will want to go to your butcher and get as good a quality meat as you can afford and have the meat sliced really thin. Beef jerky is a great way to preserve your protein for a snack. This video will show you how to do a better beef jerky. Ingredients: 5 lbs. lean meat, ground (beef or venison), 2 tablespoons salt, 3 teaspoon curing salt, 1 tablespoon garlic powder, 1 tablespoon onion powder, 2 teaspoons cayenne...

How To: Do a double wing eyeliner inspired by anime

Start with a totally bare eyelid to create the base for the winged eye. It's important to go for a gel eyeliner. This allows you more precision than liquid eyeliners. Pull the skin taut at the outer eye, look down & using a flat brush, apply liner into lash line itself on top eyelid, in between root of lashes. Taking the line from the inner corner of the eye, put color in lash line all the way to outer corner of eye. Close eye; pull lid towards ear so skin is taut. Repeat base step; this time...

How To: Start a perennial garden

Our gardening expert will explain how to set up your perfect perennial plant business. Learn which plants go together, how to position the plants for just the right amount of sun, and how to determine if your adjustment has been successful. Are the flowers, shrubs and grasses happy after all of the work you have put in to meet their needs? Once you have mastered the basic care and maintenance of your garden, then you can concentrate on working toward exactly the look you want. Martha Cycz dis...

How To: 'Hot Chocolate' Balls = Next-Level Instant Cocoa

Winter—or any cold, gray day, for that matter—is the best time for a warm cup of something hot. For me, hot chocolate is my "warm cup" of choice: rich and milky, deliciously sweet, and oh-so-comforting. On super-cold days when I can't feel my face, a nice, large cup of hot chocolate warms my tummy and cheers me up. (And lucky for me, it's pretty healthy for me too!)