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How To: Trick your friends by "erasing" the O's in Google's name on their webpage

This prank is great because it combines the digital and the analog to create a multimedia prank. All you have to do is load up this web page, which looks just like the Google front end. If you follow the instructions in this video, you will learn how to make the two O's in the title disappear from the page. Combined with a little storytelling and misdirection on your part, this can be turned into a trick where you make your friends think that you have magically erased the two O's from Google'...

How To: Move your jaw to blow smoke rings

Smoking rings or smoke O's, what ever you like to call them, this how to video tutorial will show you how to make them. Watch to get tricks and tips for blowing perfectly round smoke rings. Use your shisha smoke to make these o's and impress your friends. It is all in the movement of your jaw play close attention.

How To: Blow consistent smoke rings

In this tutorial, we learn how to blow consistent smoke rings. First, you will use your jaw to make a fish sort of face. Then, flick your tongue in your mouth while you are inhaling the smoke. After this, blow out the rings from your mouth and push out the air. When you are doing o's, you need to have the "o" shape with your mouth and project the smoke out so it makes the right shape. This may take you a long time, just practice and find your own way to make these. Have fun and do what works ...

How To: Enable Android O's Picture-in-Picture Mode Right Now

The first public beta of Android O, (most likely to be called "Android 8.0 Oreo") was released on May 17, bringing tons of new features and goodies for Android enthusiasts with supported devices. However, not all of Android O's features were available to try out right off the bat. Possibly the single biggest feature announced during the developer preview of Android O, Picture-in-Picture mode, is nowhere to be seen.

How To: Play "Life on Mars?" by David Bowie on guitar

Want to impress your friends by whipping out your guitar and strumming some of their favorite tunes the next time you are at a party? This two part acoustic guitar lesson teaches you how to play the David Bowie song "Life on Mars?" Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords and tunes, you can start incorporating them into your own songs. With this how to video and a bit of practice you will be able to play "Life on Mars?" by David Bowie on the guitar. And who knows, maybe soon you can...

How To: Smoke a pipe

David Beahrs, a long-time pipe smoker gives a valuable introduction for anyone who is smoking a pipe for their first time. In this video, David points out how to avoid the most common problems inexperienced pipe smokers complain about. He first shows an important three-piece tool called a tamper that every pipe smoker needs to properly clean and use their pipes. He then proceeds to demonstrate the correct ways to fill the pipe with tobacco and how to properly light it. Finally, to maintain th...

How To: Start meditating like David Lynch

What would David Lynch do? Well, being a deep, deep man, David Lynch would meditate. Elephant Man, Eraserhead, the Straight Story, Blue Velvet, and so on, David Lynch has been writing and directing movies that have alternately scared, confused, and inspired an international audience and devoted fan base. Cinematic genius or no, Lynch is still just a man, who is filled with anxiety and wants happiness. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to get involved in transcendental meditation and how...

How To: Draw a daffodil for St David's Day

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a daffodil for St. David's Day. Start off by drawing a circle to measure out where all of the different petals are going to go, then draw a circle in the middle you know where the middle will go. Next, start to draw out the petals onto the circle. After this, draw the middle of the daffodil with the seeds that are in the middle. After this, draw the lines that are in the middle of the leaves. You might want to use a real flower for a reference picture on...

How To: Perform a David Blaine magic card trick

The goal of this video tutorial is to teach you how to perform a David Blaine magic card trick. This instructional is to help anyone wanting to be a magician, helping you understand technique and presentation of simple but effective illusions. These card tricks are pretty easy, but with time, practice and patience you will be able to amaze your friends and your family. Learn a magic card trick from David Blaine's repertoire!

How To: Play the bass line to David Bowie's "Let's Dance"

Want to play "Let's Dance," the hit single from David Bowie's 1983 album of the same name, on your electric bass guitar? This free video music lesson will show you how it's done. While this tutorial is best suited for intermediate players (advanced ones should be able to figure out the song themselves), beginning bassists should also be able to play along given a little time and effort. Learn how to play the bass line from David Bowie's "Let's Dance" with this video guide.

How To: Make fake coins for magic tricks like David Blaine

(S.E.P) ShootingEggs Productions shows you how to make a magic coin like David Blaine to be used as currency! We show you how. You need a jeweler's saw, a vice, small rubber bands and a coin of your choice. This coin can be used for the coin bite trick or the coin in the bottle trick. It is easy to do and very effective for prop magic tricks.

How To: Play "Changes" by David Bowie on guitar

Want to impress your friends by whipping out your guitar and strumming some of their favorite tunes the next time you are at a party? This two part acoustic guitar lesson teaches you how to play the David Bowie song "Changes." Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords and tunes, you can start incorporating them into your own songs. With this two part how to video and a bit of practice you will be able to play "Changes" by David Bowie on the guitar. And who knows, maybe soon you can p...

How To: Make a Star of David with popsicle sticks

Celebrate your Jewish heritage this holiday season by creating a Star of David with this easy instructional video. Make a Star of David by following along with this easy instructional video. Materials needed to complete this project include blue paint, a paint brush, ribbon, popsicle sticks and a glue gun.

How To: Expand your consciousness like David Lynch

In this video director David Lynch (Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Inland Empire) explains his method for focusing and expanding his consciousness in order to go deeper into the creative process. He explains that consciousness needs to be expanded in order to capture ideas 'deep down' in order to catch what he calls the 'deeper fish' of consciousness. A fascinating video, David Lynch certainly has some unique ideas about how to expand your mind!

How To: Perform David Blaine's card magic trick

Learn how to perform David Blaine's card trick in this instructional video by a fellow magician who figured out this magic trick and breaks it down step by step. In this trick, a chosen card seems to switch places with the one on the table. All it takes is a duplicate card, and the ability to perform a double lift. Watch this video magic tutorial and learn how to perfrom David Blaine's card change trick.

How To: Play David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust" on acoustic guitar

Ziggy played guitar—and so can you with this free video guitar lesson, which presents a complete overview of how to play David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust." While this tutorial is best suited for intermediate players, rock guitarists of all skill levels can play along given a little sticktoitiveness. For more information, and to get started playing this glam rock classic on your own guitar, watch this how-to!

How To: Easily levitate like David Blaine

This video tutorial explains How to Levitate Like David Blaine. You do not actually levitate but create an illusion that your feet are off the ground. This effect is based on the point of view of the spectator (what can be seen and what cannot be seen). When you perform the effect, do not tell the spectator what you will be doing, this prevents them from looking for things. To perform the effect, you need to stand at a 45 degree angle so that the spectator can see your left foot and only the ...

How To: Play "Five Years" by David Bowie on guitar

If you are a fan of David Bowie and want to learn how to play his "Five Years" on the acoustic guitar, follow this video tutorial by TboneWilson1978. Tbone goes over what chords to strum for each section of the song and the proper timing. First-time players who are unable to read notes simply have to watch where he places his fingers on the fret board to figure out how and when to play each chord. Follow the steps in this tutorial to learn how to play "Five Years" by David Bowie.

How To: Add effects while recording with Pro Tools 8

Pro Tools 8 enables you to add all kinds of effects to all of the audio you are recording and working on. Music producer and musician David Franz has taken on the role of educator to share the knowledge that can only come from his years of experience to demonstrate some of the many things you do in audio editing. In this video, David Franz shows you how you can add effects while recording with Pro Tools 8.

How To: Play "Golden Years" by David Bowie on guitar

Want to impress your friends by whipping out your guitar and strumming some of their favorite tunes the next time you are at a party? This guitar lesson teaches you how to play the guitar chords and riffs to the David Bowie song "Golden Years." Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords and tunes, you can start incorporating them into your own songs. With this lesson and a bit of practice you will be able to play "Golden Years" by David Bowie on the guitar. And who knows, maybe soon y...

How To: Fold David Brill's miniature origami book

This video origami tutorial shows how to fold a mini origami book designed by David Brill. Follow along with the instructions provided by the demonstrator and see how this little book is folded out of a single piece of square paper. Watch this instructional video and learn how to origami a tiny book. Start folding and make an entire library!

How To: Make an Incredibly Realistic and Completely Functional Armored Gauntlet

If you've decided to forgo the super heroes and television characters and go medieval this year for Halloween, David J. Guyton has just the thing to take your costume over the top. To promote his new book, he built this awesome gauntlet armor—and made a step-by-step tutorial. David's is made of brass because it's meant to be a prop (would work well with Steampunk), but if you wanted to make it legit, he suggests trying steel instead. He started with a paper template, which he used to trace th...

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