In this video Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School teaches us a lot about finding edible plants in the wild. If you find yourself forced to survive in the woods, picking the wrong berry to eat could be deadly. Bennett goes over common misconceptions about foraging for food, and shows us the right way to do it.
Bennett Froddy brought us the Flash game sensation QWOP, and now has released a free sequel called GIRP. You control you character's individual limbs with the keyboard as before, but this time you're controlling a rock climber and using keys to grab particular handholds. It's tricky at first, but this video will show you how to beat the first 25 meters. Damn that bird!
If you somehow find yourself stranded in the woods, you'll need to know how to tie strong knots. But it's actually just as important to know how to untie knots. You probably have limited rope, after all, and you'll need to re-use it. In this video Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School shows us how to tie and untie knots.
If you were lost in the woods tomorrow, would you know how to survive? In this video, Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School teaches us the skills for surviving in the wild. From how to start a fire to knowing which kinds of berries are safe to eat, this is the sort of info that it's vital to know in case of emergencies.
In this informative video, Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School shows you how to make a basic shelter in the woods. It's simpler than you'd think. Whether you're planning a campy trip or you're trying to prepare for any potential disasters, it's important to know to build shelter in a hurry.
If you were lost in the forest, how would you shelter yourself from the elements? In this video, Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School teaches us how to build an A-frame structure in the woods, even if you don't have standing trees or cord available. You never know, this info might just save your life someday!
Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School demonstrates how to build a lean-to in the woods. One of the chief advantages of a lean-to structure is that one side remains open, so you can warm yourself by a fire. Knowing how to build a lean-to is a skill you'll be glad to have.
In this tutorial, Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School teaches us how to build a tepee. First used by American Indians, the tepee remains a useful way of providing shelter in a hurry. Whether you're lost in the woods or just spending a few days camping for fun, building a tepee is a good skill to know.
Randall Bennett and Adam Nielson take a look at some frame accurate editing tips, a brief overview of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro and all the latest news. So check it out and learn how to make more frame accurate edits in Final Cut Pro and improve your video production skills.
Firefighters Al Bennett and Jesse O’Quinn of the Houston Fire Department give instructions on using a fire extinguisher. Most fire extinguishers have a rating of ABC, which are suitable for most fires that occur in the home. There are also D and K fire extinguishers, but these are not commonly used in the home.
When you think ticks, one of the first things to come to mind is Lyme disease. However, as terrible as Lyme disease is, there's another threat from ticks rising in rank in Connecticut and the Northeast — one that is spreading and that hospitals are not prepared for — the Powassan virus.
Bennett's fracture takes place at the base of the thumb. It typically occurs when an individual falls on an outstretch hand. The force is directed this way; the fracture occurs here. Learn how to diagnose and treat a Bennett's fracture in this medical how-to video.
In this podcast tutorial Randall Bennett and Adam Nielson look at Sony's Vegas, Color Correcting and insight into some expensive storage and how much Randall hates P2 cards (he really does.) Stay tuned and learn how to color correct in Sony Vegas, amongst other things.
On this show, Adam Nielson and Randall Bennett set up some of the big news of 2007, as well as continue their love affair with After Effects by covering one of the most used plug-ins: 3d Invigorator from Zaxwerks. If you've never used or seen this plug-in in action watch the video to learn how 3d Invigorator works in After Effects.
News: Magic Leap Conference Videos Dive Deeper into Medical, Audio, & AR Cloud Uses for Magic Leap One
It turns out that attending the L.E.A.P. conference last month may have mostly been best for demoing the Magic Leap One in person, as the company has now uploaded the majority of the insider panels held at the event in Los Angeles.
The holiday season is upon us, and that means all the big-box stores are competing against each other to offer the best prices on electronics. What was once a 24-hour period of flash deals the day after Thanksgiving has now become a holiday in and of itself — Black Friday is an event you don't want to miss.
We've all been there; waking up in the morning with a stiff, achy back. Maybe you overdid the yard work this weekend. Perhaps you were a bit too enthusiastic on the Nautilus circuit. Could be the long hours spent hunched over your computer are catching up with you. Perhaps your back pain is indicative of something more serious. Unfortunately, unless you've really injured your spine, your doctor isn't going to be much help; the best he can do is offer you pain medications and tell you to rest ...
It's easy to take the food we eat for granted, but the truth is, there are a lot of bizarre, wonderful, and just plain weird things about what we eat and drink, the effects it has on our bodies, and vice-versa. Read on to learn how bugs provide food dye, the Japanese grow square watermelons, and more.
While the Twitch app for iOS came out way back in 2011, livestreaming iPhone games was a rarity until Apple recently updated its ReplayKit in iOS 11. However, Twitch hasn't jumped on the bandwagon yet, but that doesn't mean you can't livestream your iPhone games to Twitch right now.
Amazing trailer. A sequel that's not a sequel, but takes the series to the open skies! From the official website:BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter currently in development at Irrational Games, the studio behind the original BioShock (which sold over 4 million units worldwide). Set in 1912, BioShock Infinite introduces an entirely new narrative and gameplay experience that lifts players out of the familiar confines of Rapture and rockets them to Columbia, an immense city in the sky.F...
Above are 2 movie posters for Gregg Araki's new film Kaboom. Below is the theatrical trailer for the feature film Kaboom. cast:
Anna Bennett, a striker in the England hockey squad, shows tips for getting the ball in the back of the net. Hit with power and accuracy into the net away from the keeper. If no opportunity is available, pass to a teammate that has one, and be ready for a rebound. Score a goal in field hockey.
This is a pic-by-pic preview of Issue 13 from Hamburger Eyes! This 150 page zine is stellar! Issue 13 features beautiful photography from the following:
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In our media-enriched world, past and present, SCRABBLE has made a name for itself, whether deliberately, subconsciously, or influentially. You may have a read a book that had the popular word game within a chapter, watched a movie that showed your favorite characters bringing out the SCRABBLE board, or even listened to a rap about this word or that word. SCRABBLE is everywhere, even if you don't realize it.
Not every DIY project is as executable as, say, making a potato gun. Occasionally, we observe a quixotic project that is just plain wonderful. Consider rich guy Philip Anschutz and his eponymous Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG). His ambition to bring an NFL team to Los Angeles is a Fitzcarraldo-sized DIY project that, if the stars align, might happen in time for the 2016 season.