# Inclined Search Results

### How To: Calculate the acceleration of a car on inclined plane

In this video tutorial the instructor shows how to calculate the acceleration of a car on an inclined plane. He goes on to solve a problem he came across which is based on the acceleration of a car on an inclined plane. He shows how to solve this problem by showing how to extract the data from the question and draws a diagram to get a clear understanding of the problem. Now he marks the forces acting on the vehicle and goes on to specify his axes and how to split the components of force along...

Want to know how to display your downloads in the Firefox status bar (or, if you're so inclined, statusbar)? This clip will show you how it's done. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at Tekzilla can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to monitor the status of your downloads in your own Firefox status bar, take a look.

### How To: Construct a shelter out of tarp, string, and trees

If you ever find yourself stranded in the woods, then making a shelter is one of your biggest priorities. ITS Tactical created this detailed and approachable video on how to rig a shelter in woods out of only a tarp, a ball of heavy-duty string, and four metal tent-posts, three items that anyone, wilderness inclined or not, should keep in their car at all times. It goes over the necessary knots in great detail, and should make it unnecessary for any of us to sleep unsheltered outdoors again.

### How To: Build a tin can Stirling engine

The Stirling engine is a relatively old type of external combustion engine that has never really found a niche despite its unique advantages over conventional internal combustion engines. This video for the DIY-inclined will show you how to make your very own small Stirling engine out out of a tin can and some other basic materials. It may not power your house, but you will be able to amaze and educate your friends with this awesome little device.

### How To: Make a solar food dehydrator

Rick van Man of Container Gardening For Food details his techniques for making a solar-powered food dehydrator out of such household debris as scrap wood and old pint cans. The finished product looks amazingly professional! Truly a must-watch for any DIY-inclined gardening enthusiast.

### How To: Patch a Microsoft Windows XP PC for daylight saving time (DST)

In this clip, you'll learn how to prepare a Microsoft Windows XP desktop or laptop computer for daylight saving time (or, if you're so inclined, daylight savings time). It's an easy process and this video presents a complete guide. For more information, including a full demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this helpful home-computing how-to.

### How To: Draw stylized hands reminiscent of Marvel comics

Marvel comics have been a major inspiration to a whole generation of artists, particularly graphic novel and comic-inclined artists working in pen and pencil or digital mediums. This video demonstrates some cool techniques for drawing hands in Paint on the computer, with a focus on how to properly use lines to make the hands look more realistic.

### How To: Execute incline bench cable flys

Incline bench cable flys are an essential part of lifting weights and strength training. This fitness how-to video tutorial demonstrates how working out with cable flys on an inclined bench will get you in shape. Learn tips and techniques for working out the chest, back, shoulders, and arms in this weightlifting video.

### How To: Execute incline dumbbell flys for weightlifiting

Incline dumbbell flys are an essential part of lifting weights and strength training. This fitness how-to video tutorial demonstrates how to pump up with dumbbell flys on an inclined bench. Learn tips and techniques for working out the chest, back, shoulders, and arms in this weightlifting video.

### How To: Play guitar as a newbie

After months of playing Guitar Hero (II and III), we assumed that graduating to an actual guitar wouldn't be too difficult, right? Unfortunately, it's harder than video games make it look. While learning the chords and basics isn't too difficult for even the least musically inclined of students, creating a decent sounding song can take years. But hey... that's why we call it "For Newbies!"

### How To: Cover and Decorate a Cake with Fondant

This is a demonstration of covering and decorating a cake with fondant. The cake is chilled and kept aside for covering. Fondant is bought from a cake decorating shop in bulk of about one pound as less is hardly available. The fondant is kneeded like a bread dough and made smooth and soft. The dough is rolled by a rolling pin after spraying a little corn starch on both sides so that it does not stick to the table or the rolling pin. It is rolled upto a thickness of 1/4" to 1/8" thick if the c...

### How To: Read a window motor electrical diagram for a car

Electrical diagrams are hard to read for all but the most mechanically-inclined, and the ones for the power windows on cars are notoriously complicated. This three-part video will teach you how to read these diagrams and make sense of what you see.

### How To: Hack a Wii firmware version 4.2 with Homebrew

Hacking the Wii is a fun, easy, and rewarding process for any of the more geekily-inclined. This two-minute video will walk you through the whole process except for the first bit where you copy the files here to an SD card and insert it into your Wii. This video will get you the rest of the way, which is pretty simple and should allow you to do all sorts of fun new things with your Wii. Check this out and crack your wii console today!

### How To: Find an angle when there are pairs of parallel lines

Consider two pairs of parallel lines, one pair horizontally and another is inclined from vertical position. If one of the four angles is given, then the other three angles can be easily identified. First select the angle which is down to the known angle, it will be same as first one. Then according to the law, that a straight lines consists of 180 degrees. For example if the known angle is 114 degrees, the unknown angle will be 180-114= 56 degrees.

### How To: Paint with watercolors

Have some spare time and looking to pick up a new skill? Learn how to paint with watercolors in this tutorial. Watercolor painting is a great medium for all skill levels.

### How To: Build a shelter in the forest

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to build a shelter in the forest. If you get stuck in the woods, you'll need to know how to protect yourself from the elements.

### How To: Workout running muscles with long stride runs

Learn how to do long stride runs across a floor. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits

### How To: Meet men if you are single

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### How To: Cut Fish for Sashimi

Some hate the idea of sashimi, but others love it. If you love sushi, this is the dish for you. It's a Japanese meal of bite-sized raw fish, usually eaten with soy sauce and horseradish paste. And sashimi can be a very simple dish to create, but there are essential things to learn about cutting the fish fillet, so check out these tips.

### Today's Tidbit: Morality and Religion Are Byproducts of War

Humans clearly demonstrate altruistic tendencies towards other members of groups with which they identify.

### How To: This Quick & Easy Shortcut Minces Garlic in Seconds

Don't like mincing garlic into tiny pieces with a knife? No matter how you mince garlic, it will never be as easy as this kitchen trick. You won't even need a knife—just a fork! It's a great hack for kids just learning how to cook or if you only need about one or two cloves for your recipe and feel like speeding things up a bit.

### News: Steampunk Pin-Up (Not Porn!)

The lovely Kato of Steampunk Couture has gone hardcore. For those who prefer to exercise their imaginations a bit more, Voila! Veronique Chevalier in Gearhearts Steampunk Glamour Revue- click here should do... A recent kerfuffle unfolded on facebook's Steampunk Revolution group when a discussion was started by Steampunk R &D''s very own Austin Serkin on the subject of Kato's new foray into steampunk porn, which was, ahem, examined in detail. (Well, figuratively, not literally, since her websi...

### How To: Watch This Sunday's 2013 Pro Bowl Football Game Online

The Pro Bowl has definitely had its ups and downs. It's probably the most glorified exhibition game on earth. I mean, even the NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, wanted to cancel it this year.

### Movember Mustaching Tips: How to Grow, Curl, and Care for a Handlebar

I've had a handlebar mustache for about five years now, and I've learned a lot over those years about how to grow and care for it. I will now share all of that information with you! Hopefully this will encourage you to grow one for Movember! The first thing I want to address right now is that I do not use wax on a daily basis. I kind of hate using wax, but I still do it on occasion. I shall teach you my secrets, starting from the beginning!

It's official. Vajazzling is out, Vatooing is in. Just when you thought there couldn't be something trashier than vajazzling, a new season brings about vatooing. You can now treat your vagina to a temporary tattoo.

### News: Zappar Pitches Baseball AR Mini-Game for Wise Snacks

Wise Snacks wants baseball fans to reach for potato chips instead of peanuts and Cracker Jacks, and it's calling augmented reality out of the bullpen to close the deal.

### News: The Crazy, Hyper-Realistic Tattoos from Artist Steve Butcher

Looking to get seriously tatted up? Your best bet is probably to head Down Under. Meet Steve Butcher, a New Zealand native who is changing the tattoo game in a big way. While there are a lot of amazing artists out there, the level of detail Butcher is able to achieve is truly unbelievable.

### News: Google's New App Fixes Everything Annoying About Apple's Live Photos

Apple's Live Photos is a cool feature that lets you turn ordinary pictures into a GIF-like animated photos. However, these images have some pretty big drawbacks: they live only in the iOS universe and can be shaky without a tripod.

### How To: Breakdown Your iPhone's Music to See What Albums, Artists, Songs, & Genres You Listen to Most

There are songs that we love, songs that make us sad, and songs that change the way we view the world—and that's something that Steve Jobs knew all too well.

### How To: Assign Your Volume Buttons to Almost Any Task on Your Galaxy S4 Without Root

The new HTC One and Nexus series devices have already replaced their physical navigation keys with soft keys, and it's inevitable that we'll see more and more of this on future mobiles. Samsung continues to buck the trend entirely, but no manufacturer as gone as far as to remove the volume rockers.

### How To: Create & Edit Documents Using Microsoft Office for Android & iOS

In a flurry of moves today, Microsoft has not only released their suite of Office apps for the iPad, but they also updated their Android and iOS Office Mobile apps to allow for creating and editing documents without requiring an Office 365 account (so long as it's for "home" use). Microsoft Office Mobile for Android & iOS

### How To: Prevent the Screen on Your Nexus 7 from Shutting Down on You While You Read

For being an inexpensive tablet, the Nexus 7 packs a 1,280 x 800 pixel resolution into a relatively small display, offering a very sharp-looking 216 pixels per inch. What does that mean? It's one of the best e-readers on the market.

### How To: Ubisoft Games Include a Rootkit Anyone Can Exploit! Here's How to Disable It

If you use Ubisoft's uPlay browser extension, you should probably get rid of it right now. An Information Security Engineer at Google discovered that the plugin has a hole in it that allows programs to be installed through uPlay, essentially letting anyone who feels so inclined to take over your computer. How the Exploit Works

### How To: View & Leave Tips on Yelp (& Why It's Important)

Yelp reviews are great for getting a feel for how a business operates, but they can't always be trusted, and they don't always get to the point fast enough. That's where "Tips" come in, and you can view and make them whether you're on an iPhone or Android phone.

### News: Walmart Turns Its iPhone App's Barcode Scanner into an Augmented Reality Price Comparison Tool

While many retailers have introduced try-before-you-buy features in their apps, Walmart has gone in another direction by bringing shoppers an augmented reality tool to help them compare products they want to buy.

### News: L'Oreal Acquires Leading Augmented Reality Makeup Provider ModiFace

The cosmetics industry faced a rude awakening on Friday as beauty behemoth L'Oréal gobbled up ModiFace, one of the leading providers of augmented reality technology to the cosmetics industry (price details for the acquisition were not disclosed).

### How To: Enable the Hidden Grayscale Mode on Your Pixel or Nexus — No Root Needed

Most newer phones come with a grayscale mode that you can activate when you want to save some battery life. The way it works is simple: If your graphics chip only has to render elements in black and white instead of full 32-bit color, it won't consume as much power.

### How To: Genius—Butter Corn on the Cob While You're Cooking It, Not After

Corn on the cob is one of the most popular accompaniments to a bountiful meal shared with a group because it's cheap, easy to prepare in a number of different ways, filling, and fun to eat. The butter is passed around the table for guests to smooth onto their own cooked ear of maize, then people dive in once everyone's corn is dripping with golden goodness.

### Limited Time Only: Google Play Apps & Games on Sale for a Dollar

Now is the time to act if you've been in the market for some must-have Android apps but felt like the price was a little out of your range. The Google Play Store is running a sale so you can pick up some high-quality paid apps—including the popular Nova Launcher Prime and Poweramp Music Player, among many others—for just \$0.99 each. While there are quite a few solid apps here you should try—and with a two-hour refund window, why not try them all—here are our favorites you should seriously con...

### How To: Save Your Pickle Juice for Pickletinis, Hangovers, & More

The next time you finish that last pickle spear, don't pour the leftover green juice down the drain. You can use your leftover pickle juice in cooking, in cocktails, and as a post-workout performance shot.

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