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How To: Do hammer-ons on the guitar to increase articulation

If all guitarists did was play chords with a single strum or individually pick notes, the music industry - and guitar music - would be dead as we know it. Some of our favorite songs, both past and present, are so memorable because they vary the articulation of notes on the guitar. This means that rather than boringly stick with the same strumming pattern they include cool sounding tricks like pull-offs and hammer-ons.

How To: Plan to travel around the world

Sow your wild oats! In this video, Jody Fath shares the expertise she gleaned from her eleven months backpacking around the world. In this video, you'll learn to plan for a long-term trip abroad. Learn how to determine what type of traveller you are, how to budget for your trip using online cost-of-living estimation and even how to pack in this great tutorial.

How To: Create convincing, but utterly fake, UFO photographs and videos

Aliens… do they exist? Can anyone say for sure? No, but some do swear of their existence, and some swear on a more personal level, although some say that alien abductions are going a little "too" far in proving aliens exist. But a more common staple of proof of aliens are UFOs, or Unidentified Flying Objects. UFOs have been sighted all over the world, even by the military and NASA, so who's to say they're fake? I guess you, especially if you're the culprit behind it…

How To: Make an origami crab for beginners

Feeling crabby doesn't always have to be a bad thing. In fact, if you're an origami artist sometimes feeling crabby simply means you're in the mood for folding some teeny crabs! Crabs are a great project for summer and also take minimal effort and expertise to fold.

How To: Make a plaster bat for drying out your wet clay

Simon Leach is an online pottery instruction legend, and in this three-part video, he instructs us in a procedure somewhat outside his normal area of expertise by creating a homemade plaster bat, which is basically a flat plaster block used for drying wet clay. For the hardcore at-home ceramics whiz this could be a very fun and rewarding project. Just make sure you are comfortable working with both plaster and clay!

How To: Do self-inducing labor techniques

Does that baby just not want to budge? If you are towards the end of your pregnancy, or long overdue and nothing seems to be working, check out this tutorial. In this video you will receive tips from Dr. Lisa Gibbons, an OB/GYN at Cascadia Women's Clinic in Vancouver, Washington. Dr. Gibbons will share with you all of her expertise on how to make that baby come faster and give your body a break.

How To: Knit alternating colors for a two-row stripe

Need some stripes in your knit-work? Judy's going to lend you her expertise and show you how to make stripes of two rows. She starts out adding a row of red yarn above previously knitted gray row, to make her stripes. Just follow her guidelines for stitching and you should have no problems knitting stripes in your future projects.

How To: Make your own glass bead bracelet

In this video, you'll learn how to make a simple bracelet out of glass beads. Use this video to put your own unique spin on glass jewelry. You don't need expensive tools or lots of expertise - all you have to do is follow along with this video to make your own glass bead bracelet. It makes a great gift!

How To: Roll a joint the Amsterdamn way

Take your doobie-rolling skills to the next level with this quick tutorial video on how to roll the perfect joint. Learn how to minimize excess rolling paper and maximize your smoking pleasure with this simple rolling technique popular with the Dutch rolling experts. Beware though--when your smoking buddies witness your new-found joint-rolling expertise, you're likely to become the "designated roller" for all future smoke sessions! Now, just nimble up those fingers, and get ready to roll!

How To: Perform a pop-up card trick

Tired of coin tricks? Learn some card tricks! Up your magic expertise with this video tutorial on how to perform a pop-up card trick. If you don't know what the pop-up trick is, then see for yourself. Learn this magic pop-up card trick now.

How To: Defend against the right hand

In another installment of its boxing series, Rival Boxing Gear experts show, how to defend and counter-punch against a right hand punch. This video shows viewers three basic techniques for defending against the right hand punch: the parry, the block, and the slip. It also demonstrates effective counter-punches (right hand, right uppercut, and left hook) to throw and describes when each counter-punch is best used. This 6 minute, 20 second video makes good use of repetition and multiple camera ...

How To: Build garden benches

A place to sit and relax can add greatly to the enjoyment of your backyard, garden or flower beds. A garden bench is one answer and also a fun workshop project. Garden benches, as seen by the examples here, can range from classic designs requiring a fair amount of materials and woodworking expertise to simple slab benches that require little effort, can be built from scrounged materials and add a “rustic” appeal to yards. In this DIY video tutorial, you'll find step-by-step instructions for b...

How To: Auror, Magizoologist & Professor — Which Profession Do You Pick in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Niantic's Harry Potter: Wizards Unite offers players an augmented reality look into the world of witchcraft and wizardry. The Wizarding World and Harry Potter novel series is full of unique and interesting characters, which is why it makes sense that Wizards Unite offers you to take the role of one of three "Professions" — Auror, Magizoologist, and Professor. The question is, which one do you pick?

How To: Make a Toga & Greek Goddess Dress

You've probably seen your fair share of sloppy, sloppy togas for Halloween over the years. You know what I mean — hems either pooled around the ankles or ending awkwardly above the knee, one hand trapped akimbo because it's too loose around the waist, a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen. But the toga is still so tempting ... because it's so damn easy for procrastinators.

How To: Backpack abroad

Sow your wild oats! In this video, Jody Fath shares the expertise she gleaned from her eleven months backpacking around the world. Learn where to say, how to protect your things safe while traveling and methods for finding employment legally while abroad.

News: Apple's Newest Venture Is Unlike Anything It's Done Before

From the iPhone to the HomePod, Apple has revolutionized the tech industry. The company has changed the devices we use and how we use them, creating a new reality for all of us. As Apple continues to innovate, there's no guessing what the company will do. In fact, Apple's newest venture is possibly the most surprising one yet. With the hiring of two television executives from Sony, it appears that the tech giant is gearing up to take their phones and tablets back from Hulu, Netflix, and other...

How To: Design a fall flower arrangment in a watering can

The FlowerGod video is an instructional clip in 6X speed exhibiting how beautifully you can design a fall flower arrangement in a water can. The instructor shows a step by step flower arrangement method which will assist you gain expertise in fall flower arrangement. He demonstrates that how a normal looking bouquet can be converted into an excellent piece of decorative flower pot. What you need is just to know small techniques of arranging the flowers, petals, and its stems in a very attract...

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