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How To: Make a confused-style friendship bracelet

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a confused-style friendship bracelet. First, you will need to clip down your thread on the top and then start to braid the thread together. You will need to have two different colors, white and blue. Then, you will tie the right and left side together and start to braid the middle of it. Then, you will start to braid the bracelet together until you reach the bottom. When you are finished, you can tie this around your wrist and wear it whenever you would ...

How To: Shoot a knuckle shot in soccer

The knuckleball is an important part of both soccer and baseball, oddly enough, and the soccer version is a very effective shot that is probably much more widely used than the baseball pitch. This video will teach you how to shoot a perfect knuckle that will have most keepers confused and crying with shame.

How To: Defend in FIFA 11 for the PlayStation 3

If you're new to football (soccer) and are confused about how to defend against the opposing team, this vide directly from the developers at EA is designed to help you out. You will learn about basic defense moves including switching players, challenging, standing tackles, slide tackles and more!

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

Spider-Man 2099, one of the four dimensions in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, and quite possibly one of the coolest! If you're going for a full 100% completion of the game, you're going to want to get all the hidden spiders. In this video you will get a full walkthrough of each location in the Doctor Octopus level, where you will find the spider tokens as well as a great commentary for each area where you might be confused.

How To: Mine for resources such as coal, iron and more in Minecraft

Minecraft is the surprise indie hit of 2010 and it's still only in Alpha! And one of the mainstays of the name, "mining" is a key element to not only survival but advancement in the game and the construction of bigger and better items, tools, armor, buildings, ect. If you're confused on how to find the materials, or maybe an effective way of actually creating a good mining tunnel, this video tutorial will guide you. You'll learn what types of materials you'll need, as well as what some of the...

How To: Use punctuation when texting with Swype on your cell

You might be confused when using Swype and need to use punctuation marks. Have no fear! It is actually quite easy. Swype is a revolutionary new app that is available for lots of newer smartphones that allows you to type messages without ever lifting your finger from the keypad. You literally "swype" from letter to letter. Check out this clip for info on how to include proper punctuation marks in your texts.

How To: Build a working mini gatling gun out of Legos

Most of the guns that people make out of Legos or Knex are pistols. Small, easy to build, low maintenance. Those are all fine qualities. But if you want a powerful, destructive Lego gun that will blow all others out of the water, check this video out. It features step-by-step instructions for building a minigun out of Legos that will hold and shoot 120 rubber bands at a time! The second video is a firing demonstration. Those Legos never knew what hit them!

How To: Make Chain Mail Armor from Start to Finish

This article is a guide for making Chainmail Armor from start (simple wire) to finish (a finished chainmail shirt). We will be using the European 4 in 1 weave, as this is the most common weave. This is the weave that you usually see in movies. There are several sections to this guide: Materials, Making the Rings, Weaving the Rings, and Making the shirt.

How To: Use an anvil in blacksmithing

When getting started with metal work and blacksmithing, you may be confused as to what you can do with an anvil. In this video you will learn every aspect about the anvil and how to actually use each section of the anvil for cutting, shaping and more!

How To: Use red stone to create logic gates in Minecraft

Everyone talks about Minecraft and Logic Gates all the time and the various uses for red stone, heck, someone even made a fully useable calculator! But using Red Stone takes a special kind of math and logic that some may be confused about. In this video you will learn the basic uses of red stone and also the logic and theory behind it and how it all works.

How To: Solve the top cross of the Rubik's Cube

Some people get confused about a couple of aspects to solving the Rubik's Cube. Hopefully this video will clear things up. If not, then just don't watch anymore videos. Just put the cube in your closet, or in your yard sale, or smash it against the wall. Just give up.

How To: Solve the puzzle in Pan's Temple in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

Pan's Temple contains a tough puzzle that may leave you thrashing about and quite possibly breaking your controller in half. You have to save your love from a variation on the old Pendulum Blade torture device. The puzzle presents you with two main rings that you have to adjust among other nasty pieces of the puzzle. If you're confused on how to complete this puzzle, check out this video to get a tutorial on how to complete the puzzle quickly and easily!

How To: Use Verizon Wireless's new Motorola Droid X cell phone

You may be a little confused about all the new functions and features of your new Motorola Droid X cell phone from Verizon Wireless, bud don't worry, help is here. This video will give you a complete walkthrough of the new Droid X mobile device, showing you all the new stuff and how to use it. It's the newest and most sophisticated Verizon Android phone, so don't let it get the best of you — watch and learn what it can do. See a full review at Android Central.

How To: Perform the "arm stall wrap" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "sword and shield" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "laceration slack bind" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "hyper pendulum" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "drop in the bucket" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "static flow" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "butterflies" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Perform the "folding" chopstick yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

How To: Con a free meal from the drive-thru at McDonald's

Want a free meal at McDonald's restaurant? Forget those money-saving (supposedly) weekly coupons, that's nothing compared to an actual free meal. Coupons won't get you that. But this method of free food, perfect for the freegan or the poor (or maybe just the rude). This would technically be qualified as a prank or con, but hey, you got to eat, right?

How To: Customize your dock in Mac OS X

This video describes how to customize the Dock in Macintosh OS, we can arrange application into the docks as your wish, and in right side of the docks we have the "Trash" and also minimized applications. Now we are going to see how to add shortcuts to "Dock”. First get into the "Application" folder for example take Quick time player and Drag into the Dock directly. We can also change the position of the application in dog by drag and drop we can also add shortcut to folders into the right han...

How To: Find the area of a rectangle

The area of a rectangle is the basis for all geometry. You will need to know how to do this in order to better understand other objects. This video tutorial will show you the formula for area of a rectangle and how to use it. Don't be confused in math class anymore.

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