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How To: Why & When to Evolve Your Pokémon in Pokémon GO

Like previous installments in the Pokémon series, as you progress through Pokémon GO you'll be able to evolve your Pokémon into more-powerful monsters with new and more-damaging attacks. However, unlike older entries in the series, your Pokémon won't simply evolve when they reach a certain level. Instead, you'll have to "feed" them a certain amount of character-specific candy to induce the transformation.

How To: Do a "swipe" breakdance move

Breakdance, or breaking is a street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement in Manhattan and the South Bronx of New York City during the early 1970s. In this breakdancing tutorial, you will learn how to do the "swipe" move. You have to practice these a lot in order to get good at this move. Watch this how to video and you will be breaking the swipe in no time.

How To: Do the "Kip up" breakdance move

Breakdance, or breaking is a street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement in Manhattan and the South Bronx of New York City during the early 1970s. In this breakdancing tutorial, you will learn how to do the "Kip-up" move. This move takes a lot of upper arm strength, so you have to practice these a lot. Watch this how to video and you will be breaking a "kip-up" in no time.

How To: Do a "turtle" breakdance move

Breakdance, or breaking is a street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement in Manhattan and the South Bronx of New York City during the early 1970s. In this breakdancing tutorial, you will learn how to do the "turtle" move. You have to practice these a lot in order to get good at this move. Watch this how to video and you will be breaking the "turtle" in no time.

How To: Do the "Bronco" breakdance move

Breakdance, or breaking is a street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement in Manhattan and the South Bronx of New York City during the early 1970s. In this breakdancing tutorial, you will learn how to do the "Bronco" move. This move takes a lot of upper arm strength, so you have to practice these a lot. Watch this how to video and you will be breaking in no time.

How To: Origami a man with Jo Nakashima

The process of making man - whether you believe we were brought here magically at the whims of an intelligent maker or we evolved slowly from apes over millions of years - was agreeably complex and arduous. Cut the crap and make your own species of miniature humans in a zillionth of the time by watching this video by Jo Nakashima.

How To: Apply a vintage film effect to video in Photoshop

Way back when CS3 was introduced, Adobe added video editing capabilities to their flagship image editor. To say the least, people were skeptical. However, now that technology has evolved and folks have had time to see just how far you can push video inside of Photoshop, the possibilities are becoming very exciting. In this installment from his series of free Adobe Photoshop tutorials, Justin Seeley shows you how to create a vintage film effect. For detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to ...

How To: Put on a tallit for Jewish prayers

This instructional video, produced by Jewish Pathways, demonstrates how to put on a tallit for Jewish prayers. The tallit (or tallis or tallith) is shawl used for Jewish prayer, worn while reciting morning blessings and well as in the synagogue on Sabbath and holidays.

How To: Mix the Lemon Drop

Mixologist Chris McMillian walks us through the preparation of the Lemon Drop. The Lemon Drop is a classic cocktail which is both sweet and sour and is sure to go down smooth. Originally it was a chilled shot of vodka with a sugar saturated lemon but it has evolved into the delicious drink which it now is.

How To: Make Paper Yoshi out of Lego blocks

Yoshi has evolved from a simple Mario sidekick into one of the most beloved figures in all of gaming. This video will teach you how to translate your love of this perpetually-famished dinosaur into another medium: Legos. Learn how to make a model of Paper Yoshi, from the Paper Mario series, out of Lego blocks by watching this video. The artist here uses a computer program for his demonstration, but you can use real blocks obviously if you have enough of them!

How To: Use the XPS Document Writer function in Windows Vista

While printers are not normally considered to be at the leading edge of computer technology, these devices have evolved at a lightning pace over the years. Before today's low cost, high-quality inkjet and color laser printers, we used low-quality dot matrix printers and slow laser printers where quality and performance of printing was often questionable. Additionally, documents that looked correct on screen often came out looking differently on paper, due to differences between what the scree...

How To: Add a hyperlink into a PowerPoint document using Leo from Kryon Systems

Forget fumbling around in Microsoft Office for help. When you really need to solve a problem, you can never find any answers, even when it comes to performing menial tasks, such as adding hyperlinks. Seems easy, right? With Leo it is. This video demo will show you how to add hyperlinks in PowerPoint using the Leo help application from Kryon Systems. Learn. Evolve. Operate. That's what Leo stands for, and in PowerPoint, getting things done is no longer a chore. Leo can do it for you! It's a ne...

How To: Insert a picture into a Microsoft Word document using Leo from Kryon Systems

Learn. Evolve. Operate. That's the basis of Leo from Kryon Systems. It's a new application that runs on top of any program you have open (web and desktop applications), providing you with instant help. Leo can actually perform your duties for you! Like in Microsoft Word 2007. In this video demo, you'll learn how you can use Leo to help you insert a picture into Word 2007, making Office a whole lot easier. See it in action!

How To: Start your own business & build your brand

Johnny Cupcakes teaches viewers how to start their own business and build up their own brand! You should create an interesting atmosphere for your customers! Find your niche and your theme and go for it! Your store and niche may evolve, and that's okay, it will happen! As your brand grows, you will be able to hire more people and expand. The best idea for your brand and longevity is to make sure you do not sell out to larger corporations or groups. By doing this you will increase your longevi...

How To: Use bowl gold panning techniques

Space Painter demonstrates how to pan for gold. Put the sediment in a pan and fill it with water. Agitate the pan back and forth. The light sediment will rise to the top as the heavy material sinks. Tip the tray into the water trough to remove the lighter sediment. Gold panning techniques have evolved over the years although it is a very similar process. Use a motion of the ocean or a straight up and down agitation technique. The gold panning pan should have grooves. There's still a lot of go...

How To: Meet the hottest women online dating has to offer

David Wygant explains how to date online and grab a woman's attention. Emotional connections are important so tell your personal story with passion. Write your online profile like something a woman likes to read and then present her with a challenge. Your profile should be your personal story that's emotional, self-evolved, romantic and real. Pick up key things that are written in a woman's profile and cut and paste them into yours. Also, use a combination of humor and curiosity when initiati...

How To: Learn more slap & pop techniques on electric guitar

Check out this instructional electric guitar video that teaches you about the slap and pop technique and puts it into some chordal work. The slap and pop techniques are commonly used with pull-offs and hammer-ons with the fretting (left) hand, to further increase the rate at which notes may be played. This is Season 3, Episode 35 of Dave Weiner's Riff of the Week series called "Slap & Pop Evolved with Chords." Dave Weiner is a Favored Nations recording artist, a G.I.T. graduate, and has been ...

How To: Learn the slap & pop technique on electric guitar

Check out this instructional electric guitar video that teaches you about the slap and pop technique. The slap and pop techniques are commonly used with pull-offs and hammer-ons with the fretting (left) hand, to further increase the rate at which notes may be played. This is Season 3, Episode 34 of Dave Weiner's Riff of the Week series called "Slap & Pop Evolved For Guitar." Dave Weiner is a Favored Nations recording artist, a G.I.T. graduate, and has been playing in Steve Vai's band since 19...

How To: Reduce your lawn

One of the most compelling reasons to reduce lawn is it gives more opportunities to create beautiful flower beds like this one. However, it really goes beyond the beauty of these flowers, it's about the environment. Lawn mowers negatively impact the enviroment. Over the years as your garden continues to evolve, you can make a concerted effort to look for ways to reduce the amount of lawn that you have to care for. Find out how you can reduce your lawn with this tutorial.

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