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How To: Get directions on Google Maps

Customize your directions on Google Maps. Drag and drop the default directions to your preferred roads or highways, get walking or public transit directions, route around traffic, or add multiple stops on your way. Print directions with Street View, photos included.

How To: Use advanced logic in LittleBigPlanet 2, including counters and controllinator

LittleBigPlanet 2 has expanded the prodigious level editor from the first game into a powerful and complex new form, and you probably need some tutorials to learn about it's many features. This video will teach you about some of the game's advanced logic features, including toggle, counters, timers, random, direction splitter, direction combiner, selector, sequencer, and controllinator.

How To: Use Directional Swipes to Unlock Your Galaxy S6 with the Hidden 'Direction Lock' Feature

In addition to the fingerprint scanner, the Samsung Galaxy S6 has all of the basic lock screen options that other Android phones have: swipe, pattern, PIN, and password. There also just happens to be a secret sixth option called "Direction lock" that protects the device with a series of customizable directional swipes—only it's hidden in an unsuspecting settings menu.

How To: Use a compass and map

This video tutorial is in the Disaster Preparation category which will show you how to use a map style compass. The first thing is to get your bearings by sight without a map. The arrow on the compass represents the direction of travel, the N on the compass dial is the compass North and the red needle points to the magnetic North. First align the compass N with the magnetic North. Now say you want to go 90 degrees East. Next you align 90 degrees with your direction of travel arrow. Rotate the...

How To: Tell directions without a compass

No compass or map? No problem. Figure your way out of the wilderness just by looking around you. You will need a stick, two rocks, and the ability to find constellations. Learn how to tell directions when lost without a map or compass by watching this video nature safety tutorial.

How To: Make a 3-minute side pony tail hairdo

For anyone looking for a new way to style their hair, follow this quick beauty video to learn how to create a side pony tail style. This style works best for anyone with medium to long hair. All you need is bobby pins and some rubber bands to create this look. Take a boar bristle brush and tease the crown to create more volume. Take the upper half of your hair and pull it in the opposite direction you actually want your ponytail going in. place a rubber band about two inches down the ponytail...

How To: Use turn-by-turn navigation with Ford SYNC

Turn-by-turn navigation is easy with Ford's new SYNC system. Cities, businesses, your favorite places - name your destination and SYNC returns with your turn-by-turn directions. To add your favorite locations, you simply need to visit your owner account online, then you're ready to find your favorite directions, or any other directions needed.

How To: Practice side shuffle tennis footwork

Welcome to a tennis lesson from FuzzyYellowBalls, the the best place to learn how to play tennis online. Our free video tennis lessons teach you how to play the game in a new way that combines technical analysis, visual learning, and step-by-step progressions.

How To: Steer when rowing

Check out this instructional rowing video that demonstrates how to steer when rowing. Steering is a fundamental rowing skill. It is similar to rowing a canoe or a kayak. Learn facts and skills for competitive rowing in this rowing video.

How To: Use screen direction in amateur film making

In this episode of Jim Shorts, you can take a look at the flow, or screen direction aspect of your video. Knowing how to use screen direction can help you move your story along. Not knowing how to use it can disrupt your story, or bring it to a halt altogether. Use these handy tips to help out your amateur film making.

How To: Get turn by turn directions with Ford SYNC

If you have just purchased a new Ford Taurus, you may have noticed the new SYNC feature. SYNC is a GPS built right into your dashboard. If this is your first time using a global positioning system, you may need a few pointers. Check out this video and learn how to access step by step directions and get where you need to go.

How To: Save Battery Life & Never Get Lost Again with Offline Maps & Directions on Your Samsung Galaxy S3

When you have to take four different freeways to go twelve miles, Google Maps becomes a very close and dear friend—especially in Los Angeles. Without my trusty Samsung Galaxy S3, I seriously don't know if I could make it back home half of the time. Of course, you'd probably get better directions using a Garmin, TomTom, or other GPS device, but when you already have a smartphone like the GS3, dedicated GPS units become nothing more than a luxury item.

How To: Be deceptive with your serves in raquetball

This video shows the viewer how be deceptive with their racket ball serve. Most players change the direction they will serve to by changing the alignment of their body or their contact point on the ball -some people even adjust the shape of their swing. This gives away the direction of the serve. This video suggests simply changing the point at which the ball is dropped. This allows the player to serve to both sides of the court with no obvious differences. This makes it harder for the oppone...

How To: Use a compass with no problems

David Wilcox and Caitlyn Szyska demonstrate how to use a compass without a problem. Parts of a compass include the ring, the orienteering arrow, magnetic needle, direction of travel arrow and declination scale. First, hold the compass out in front of you, making sure you hold it level. Move your whole body and point the direction of travel arrow to the object that you want to reach. Move the ring until the magnetic needle is lined up with the orienteering arrow pointing north. Once they are l...

How To: Read a map and use a compass

Watch as "4-H Forestry Facts" shows you how to survive in a forest or any other environment using a map and a compass. When holding a compass the needle will always point to the direction of north because of the poles of the Earth and the magnetic pull of the compass. After knowing which direction is North you can then figure out what direction is South, East and West. Then looking at the map you can see where it is you need to go. Watch the rest of the video to learn all the tricks and never...

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