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How To: Transform into a drag queen with tips from Sydney, AU

If you're a fan of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, this video's for you. Sydney is the Drag Queen capital of Australia. We wanted to find out if any dude (now matter how masculine) could be transformed into a convincing Drag Queen. So we brought hairy alpha male Mitch, out from the desert, to Surrey Hills to meet one of Sydney's most famous Drag Queens; and learn how to be one in just 3 steps...

How To: Find asset turnover, capital intensity and inventory turnover ratios in Excel

As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is finance math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 11th installment in his "Excel Finance Class" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to calculate asset turnover, capital intensity, inventory turnover, days to sell inventory, receivable turnover, days to collect accounts receivab...

How To: Add a CNAME record to tinydns (or djbdns)

In this überbrief video tutorial, you'll find instructions for adding a CNAME record to tinydns. The steps, demonstrated in the video, are as follows: Open up the data file, type a capital C, the domain you'd like to use, or subdomain, the IP address of the machine or destination you'd like that hostname to route to and the TTL or time to live. Save the changes, type make, and test it out!

How To: Calculate NPV & IRR with a TI BAII Plus calculator

The video shows you how to calculate capital budgeting with a Texas Instruments BA2+ financial calculator. Capital budgeting will help you determine cash flows for given investments for a certain number of years in the future, thus helping you determine if the investment is worthwhile. The buttons you will use are the CF (cashflows) button, the NPV (net present value) button, and the IRR (internal rate of return) button. The video uses the example of a $10,000 investment that will return $5,0...

How To: Have Proper Risk Managment When Trading

This video is teaching you how to have proper Risk Management when trading. Not managing your risk will eventually kill your capital, whether you are trading stocks, forex, futures or indices. After explaining the concepts instructions are provided for you to adopt the principles mentioned.

How To: Pronounce the Dutch alphabet

If you plan on taking a trip to the Netherlands soon, perhaps the infamous capital, Amsterdam, then learning the Dutch language could be the most helpful pre-trip preparation. There's tons of liberal vices to be aware of and maybe avoid (or maybe seek, if you're that kind of person), like drugs, prostitution, homosexuality, and euthanasia. Knowing the language, or at least the Dutch alphabet, will aid in your travels to Northwestern Europe. This video will show you the Dutch alphabet and will...

How To: Find the antiderivative of a function

This video shows you how to find the antiderivative of a function. By definition, the F(x) is an antiderivative of f(x) means F’(x) = f(x). The small f is a derivative of the capital F, and the capital F is an antiderivative of the small f.

How To: Draw Nintendo's Mario with creator Shigeru Miyamoto

YOUTUBE Shigeru Miyamoto demonstrates using simplistic shapes and lines, how to draw his freehand creation of Mario. Shigeru, without speaking, begins by drawing two ovals for the eyes, and then adds a third oval for the nose, sticking to a very simplistic, shape-oriented method. He works outward from the details of the face, to the surrounding details, such as the facial structure and then finishes by adding the hat with the characteristic capital "M". A few minimal additions, such as shadin...

How To: Write the letter U in calligraphy copperplate

In this video, you will learn how to write the letter U in calligraphy copperplate. Capital U: Take the calligraphy pen with black ink and scaled calligraphy paper. Make a narrow, looped curve to start the "U". After the loop, make a broad brush stroke down. Narrow the brush on the up stroke and broaden again on the down stroke. Narrow the brush on the final upstroke.

How To: Write the letter Q in calligraphy copperplate

In this Fine Art video tutorial you will learn how to write the letter Q in calligraphy copperplate. Hamid Reza Ebrahimi shows you how to this using a Brause & Co No 86 nib, Persian traditional black calligraphy ink, Brause marbled penholder and Persian leather pasteboard and Steinbach pasteboard. To write the capital "Q", dip the nib in to the ink, then starting at the 2nd horizontal line, write upwards touching the top line. Then continue writing downwards till you touch the 4th line and no...

How To: Write the letter V in calligraphy copperplate

In this video, Hamid Reza Ebrahimi indulges the viewers in the world of copperplate writing through a short tutorial on how to accurately form the shapes of capital and lower case V. The video requires that the viewer has some previous experience with copperplate writing since it is not accompanied by instructions. Mr. Ebrahimi does a great job and the final result is honestly a true work of art. This video is an inspiration to anyone interested in learning how to write copperplate or just im...

How To: Write the letter I in calligraphy copperplate

Learn to write the letter “I” in calligraphy copperplate with this video. First, we need a book and a pen suitable to write in calligraphy. The pen's tip has to be bendable. First write the capital "I". It looks like a long "g". When half way from the top, the nib of the pen bends to give a thick feel and again it fades out to a thin one. The small "i" looks the like the actual "i" itself with minor changes. This will help you in your writing (font) style.

How To: Write the letter E in calligraphy copperplate

How should you write in copperplate? Hamid will show us how write E and e in copperplate. First we need a book and a pen specially to write in copperplate. This type of font has letters with narrow edges and it gets broader in the middle. For capital 'E', it will be in curved form with the font's unique style of thickness. The small 'e' more looks like a 'c' with a closed loop. It will help in improving your handwriting style and add some grace.

How To: Write the letter N in calligraphy copperplate

This video tutorial with Hamid Reza Ebrahimi, shows you how to write the letter N in calligraphy copperplate. The video illustrates step-by-step how to write this letter in the most accurate way possible. To begin, you draw a thin slanted downward stroke with a moderately curled tail. Then you create a stoke tangent to the first stroke with a tapered thickness in the middle. To complete the capital N you draw a tangent line upward that is thin and has a large looping tail. For the small case ...

How To: Write in cursive

In this video, we learn how to write in cursive. When you are writing in cursive, you will want the angles of your letters to flow together so you can connect one letter to the next without stopping your pen or pencil. The capital letters and lower-case letters will all look different from one another. Practice writing out each of the betters with their upper and lower-case to get a feel for how to write them out correctly. Once finished, start to write easy and simple small words and make su...

How To: Draw the letter "G" as a block 3D letter

The instructor in this video is showing viewers how to make a Block G in 3D. The process involves drawing the initial capital G. Then a line is made as an outline around the top of the letter and another line is made the same way at the bottom of the letter, so it appears to have a G made with 3 lines. Then the whole G is colored in to make a solid block letter. At the top of the G, a parallel line is drawn and filled in to appear the top is 3D. Another parallel line is drawn at the bottom in...

How To: Use the Cosine Law

In this video tutorial the author shows how to use the Cosine Law. He shows how to find an angle of a triangle where he know all the sides of a triangle, using the cosine Law. He uses a lower case letter to designate a side and a capital letter to designate an angel apposite to that side. He gives the formula for the cosine law using a triangle as an example. Now he goes on and demonstrates how to use a scientific calculate. He shows how to use the degree mode in the calculator to solve these...

How To: The Simple Way to Enable Caps Lock on Your iPhone

When you need to type in all caps on a computer, you just press the "caps lock" key. But no such key seems to exist on iOS. The "shift" key appears to work at first but will deactivate once you type one capital letter. Holding down the shift key while you type gets the job done, but it's a pain. While it might not be obvious, enabling caps lock is actually really simple.

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