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How To: Make a creature puppet that bites and wags when held

If you're in the mood to make a horror movie, complete with creepy creatures and all, then you could make your dreams come true. Just check out this video tutorial on how to make a creature puppet that bites and wags when held. You can make this mechanism using string, craft wood, and hot glue, the action can be controlled with one finger, so the puppet appears to be alive when cradled in your arms. A nifty horror prop for a "pet monster."

How To: Understand the physics of waves: true story of Roswell

In this three-part video, learn about the events surrounding the newspaper article in Roswell New Mexico 1947 regarding crashed flying saucers. The story has to do with nuclear weapons, the second world war, government lies and the movement of sound waves. See how the evnst of Roswell tie in with physics of waves with help from host, Professor Richard Muller of Berkeley University.

How To: Play "True" by Spandau Ballet on the piano

Interested in playing Spandau Ballet's "True" on your piano or keyboard? Learn how with this free video piano lesson. While this tutorial is best suited for intermediate players, pianists of all skill levels can play along given a little sticktoitiveness. For more information, and to get started playing "True" on your own keyboard instrument, watch this how-to!

How To: Use the glottal stop in English

In this tutorial, we learn how to speak English: The glottal stop in place of the true T. When you are saying a word like "fountain" you are using a word that has a glottal stop. If you can say two common expressions "uh-oh" and "uh-uh", then you can make a glottal stop. You need to use your throat to make this sound, it's like holding your breath but using the back of your throat to do it. Try to break the word "fountain" into two different parts so you can hear the different in your voice a...

How To: Replace a Neff oven door seal easily

Just like windows and doors, using the proper insulation or seals can help prevent valuable cold or warm air from leaving your home. The same holds true for oven doors. If you have a worn or broken seal, your oven may not warm up like it should and you can be wasting energy.

How To: Set the defrost timer on a True Freezer

True's Owner Maintenance Video Series shows us how to set the defrost time clock on a True freezer, and also how to cut the shipping band on the compressors of all larger freezers. The time clock is behind the grill at the base of the unit, behind a gray box. There are instructions in the inside of the lid for setting the time clock and for setting the defrost settings, and the video goes through the entire process, as well. Next, the man shows how to remove the shipping band protecting the c...

How To: Perform the fast and loose bar trick

This game goes by a bunch of names: "fast and loose," "pricking the garter," "the endless chain," "the strap..." The object is simple: a chain is laid in a figure-eight configuration. One of the holes is the true center of the chain and will hold "fast," while the other will not hold, and is instead "loose". Follow along with this how-to video and learn how to perform the bar trick.

How To: Disable the True Tone Display on Your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X

The new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models come with a gorgeous Retina HD display with Apple's True Tone technology, which automatically adjusts the white balance on the screen to match the ambient light around you. The iPhone X also has True Tone built into its Super Retina HD display. However, if you're coming over from any previous model iPhone, it may look a little strange in some situations.

How To: make a friendship bracelet with vertical stripes

If you think about it, it's actually easy to make friends and acquaintences - you move to a new town or go to college and you're immediately immersed in the culture and the people around you. Those in close proximity you'll definitely talk to an a regular basis if not establish a friendship. But true friendships which lasts years, decades, and even lifetimes are extremely hard to come by.

How To: Replace an A/C cabin air filter on a BMW E60 5-series

Just like with any A/C it's important that the filter be replaced every year to help make sure that it works properly. Not doing so can result in a lackluster A/C and bad air quality for you and others. The same holds true for car A/Cs as well. Not changing the air filter can be bad for the vehicle and lead to avoidable damage. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to replace an A/C cabin air filter on a BMW E60 5-series. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Convert TRUE & FALSE values to 1 & 0 in MS Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 314th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn four different methods for converting TRUE and FALSE values to 1 and 0 (zeroes).

How To: Use the delivery position for a golf swing

Adam Harrel a lead master instructor at Jim McLean Golf Academy is going to help improve your golf game by showing you how to improve the use of your delivery position in your golf swing. The delivery position in your golf swing is when bringing the club down to hit the ball the club is parallel to the ground. Some tips to improve is first your right knee and right arm should be bent inward and on the same line, reverse is true if your a lefty. Common problems of getting t far on your back le...

Apple Announces New iPad Pro: 9.7-Inch Screen, Better Audio, & More

Apple unveiled a 9.7-inch iPad Pro at their keynote event today, filling their roster to four different iPads. The smaller iPad Pro has the same screen size as the iPad Air 2, but comes with significant improvements under the hood. Keynote speaker Phillip Schiller rolled into the details: it's 40% less reflective than the Air with only 1.8% screen reflectivity, 25% brighter, produces 500 nits of light (making it "the brightest tablet available"), and has 25% greater color saturation. It also ...

How To: Create bloody "True Blood" vampire lips

Thanks to shows like "Vampire Diaries" and "True Blue," as well as the unavoidable movie franchise the "Twilight Saga," prepubescent teenage girls everywhere are clamoring to look just like the gorgeous vampires on screen that happen, coincidentally, to be played by gorgeous actors.

How To: Unlock Android 9.0 Pie's New 'Feature Flags' Menu to Modify System Settings

There's a new secret settings menu hiding in Android 9.0 Pie that offers Chrome-style "flags" to the overall operating system. Since it's currently the first Developer Preview and Public Beta versions, it's possible that this menu could disappear entirely when the stable version finally gets released, but it could also persist in its current hidden state where you have to unlock it.

How To: Make an Excel 2010 File Appear as a Program with Vba

When programming an Excel-file with links between sheets and assorted macros for whatever is needed you may want the file to behave as a program so that users can not access the ribbon even by double-clicking on the top bar. Protect the code from being accessed by pressing alt-F8 or alt-F11. Make sure you can run the macro show_sheets_and_ribbon () from the opening sheet before continuing to step 3

How To: Use inductive reasoning

In this tutorial we learn how to use inductive reasoning. Start out with your equation that is giving you your statement. You need to prove whether this is true or not by figuring out the equation. Look at the different angles to see if they are a linear pair and then see if they are the same. Compare them to see if they add up to 180 degrees and use your mathematical logic. Once you understand the backbone to doing this type of math and what the exceptions are, then you will be able to figur...

How To: Do Sookie Stackhouse's minimal "True Blood" makeup

The third season of "True Blue" just kicked off last week, which means hot chicks and shirtless guys. Though many of the character spend most of the show rather, um, naked, which takes up most of our attention, next time you watch the HBO series you should also pay attention to the girls' makeup, which always flatters and never looks overdone.

How To: Apply sexy pirate makeup for Halloween

It's true, Halloween is basically the time for girls to dress slutty. Check out this how-to video for a sexy pirate look. The demonstrator used these cosmetics: Mac Studio Fix Fluid Foundation, Mineral Veil, Nars Laguna Bronzer, True Gold e/s, Mac Blackground Paintpot, Black Ruby e/s, Rapture e/s, True Gold e/s, Retro e/s, Mac Gesso e/s, Mac Blacktrack Fluidline, Diorshow Mascara, Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner in "Zero," Mac Quartz Lipliner, Mac Viva Glam I Lipstick, and Mac Cult of Cherry Lipgla...

How To: Find your true skin undertone

In this video, we learn how to find your true skin undertone. Although you may look at your face and think that you have pink undertones, you might not. You will want to look at your chest and see if you are more yellow toned than you are red. This can help you choose your makeup when you are trying to find something that will blend in best with your skin tone. If you want a foundation that is going to work well with your skin, try it out on your neck or chest area first, then apply it to you...

How To: Play Spandau Ballet's "True" on the ukulele

In this how-to video, you will learn how to play the song "True" by Spandau Ballet on the ukulele. You will need basic knowledge of chords and a tuned ukulele. The first part of the song uses the chords G, Bm7, C, and D. Repeat this for the intro. Before going into the verses, play C and D. The verse consists of the G, Bm7, C, Cm7, G, Bm7, C, Em, C, and G. The next part uses the chords C, G, C, G, C, G, Am, and F. Repeat the first chord progression for the chorus. Next, move on to the second ...

How To: Find & extract duplicate records from a data set

This video is about finding duplicate entries in excel sheet. The example excel sheet contains different names. There are around 1000 different names in the sample excel sheet. CountIf(range,criteria) formula has been used to do the comparison and return of results in True or False mode. Type =CountIf( now move your left arrow key, this will generate the formula like =CountIf(A2. Now press Ctrl+Shift+Down arrow, this will select all the available values in the column. Now press F4 to lock it ...

How To: Hold an acoustic guitar correctly

True Fire TV and Guitar Lessons for Beginners demonstrate how to correctly hold an electric guitar. Good posture and hand positions will affect the sounds that you are making. Cross your legs to prop up your guitar which gives you more flexibility and freedom. Prop out the neck for better hand and finger positions. Don't look over the guitar. Remain loose, comfortable and relaxed. The left hand fingers should be close to the end of the fret. Press the strings only as hard as you need to using...

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