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News: Army Admits Re-Education Camp Manual “Not Intended For Public Release”

Fort Leonard Wood Public Affairs director Tiffany Wood has provided the first official response to the shocking U.S. Army document that outlines the implementation of re-education camps, admitting that the manual was “not intended for public release” and claiming that its provisions only apply outside the United States, a contention completely disproved by the language contained in the document itself.

How To: Go back and correct a mistake while texting with Swype

We all make mistakes and in this tutorial, learn what to do if you decide to go back and change a word after you've already typed it. Fixing a word with Swype - the fastest way of text messaging - is super easy and won't slow you down at all. So, if you've typed that rambling, soul baring text message at 3 am and want to go back and change a few choice words save yourself with this feature.

How To: Disassemble an XBox

This video includes a disassembly slideshow for the Microsoft XBox. Intended to be instructional in nature, the disassembly guides at http://www.takeitapart.net help users to better understand and maintain their favorite gadgets.

How To: Measure your foot & calves for proper shoe fit

This is a video guide for measuring your foot and calf size correctly. This is important in order to properly fit shoes. It's a video intended for athletes and individuals sensitive to their foot and leg health. This is brought to you by a retailer that fits wide or narrow feet with proper shoes. You'll need a wall and a measurement guide. Measure for both feet and sometimes you have two different sized feet.

How To: Take an arterial blood gas sample

This medical how to video demonstrates how to take an arterial blood gas sample. The purpose or arterial gas sampling is to assess the patient's respiratory status as well as the acid/base balance in their blood. To perform this medical procedure you will need the following instruments: protective eye wear, gloves, alcohol, iodine, arterial blood gas sampling kit, gauze and a bag of ice. Please not that this video is intended for medical professionals only.

How To: Play "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus on the piano for beginners

Think you can't play any modern songs (i.e. the ones you hear on the radio) just because you're new to the piano? Well, we're here to tell you that mentality is SO five seconds ago. Because now that you've stumbled upon this piano tutorial, you'll learn all the essentials you'll need to play Miley Cyrus' hit single "The Climb" on piano. This tutorial is intended for beginners.

How To: Fix an unplayable disc error and noise on XBox 360

The Hitachi disc drives included in many XBox 360 consoles are prone to a specific kind of malfunction that results in a unplayable disc message when you try to play games and a telltale grinding noise from the drive when it spins. Fortunately, this is a pretty simple problem to fix. These videos will show you how to do it by taking your drive apart and reaffixing one tiny piece to it's intended area.

How To: Perform the sliding 360 on a surfboard

Surfing: Hang Ten The ocean is a force of nature that refuses any effort to tame it. To throw one's self on the mercy of this beast is a courageous act. With the help of this trick guide, you can learn to harness that power and push your water-borne adventures to new heights. See how to

How To: Use pediatric resuscitation equipment in nursing

Studying to be a pediatric nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to properly use pediatric resuscitaion equipment in the hospital. Every nurse should know the basics, follow along and see how easy it is to use the Broselow Medical Guide and pediatric emergency tape. The Tape is intended to be a guide only in determining specific drug dosages. The clinical condition of the patient in combination with the providers clinical experience and training should always be used...

How To: Make a cheap heads-up display (HUD)

It may be intended as a toy, but this gizmo can be hacked for more than just watching a remote-controlled car's video spy cam. This HUD (heads-up display) comes with the Wild Planet Spy Gear Video Car, but it's said that you can purchase the video headset separately. And it's not really a HUD, because you can't see through the video images, but it's close enough to be handy for all sorts of things, like computers, iPods, robots, wireless cameras, and gaming. Who wouldn't like to Call of Duty ...

How To: Play the guitar chords to "Handle with Care" by the Traveling Wilburys

Today is the anniversary of George Harrison's death nine years ago in 2001, and we thought a commemorative music lesson was in order. And instead of the usual Beatles fare, we thought we'd show you something a little less known, but just as good— "Handle with Care" by the Traveling Wilburys. Many still aren't familiar with the Traveling Wilburys, despite the superstar musicians involved, but that doesn't change the fact that these guys were awesome!

How To: Use a damper pedal whle playing piano

Enthusiastic, young David Yzhaki teaches you how to play the piano with a damper (sustain) pedal. Get to know the pedals on an upright piano. The right pedal, which is the primary focus of the video, is the sustain pedal, which creates a sustaining note when pressed. The left pedal is called the "una corda," which modifies the tone quality by softening the note when pressed. The middle pedal is called the sostenuto pedal, which enables the piano player to hold a note longer than usual. To use...

How To: Keep & file your leftover scrapbook scrap paper

Joann from Paper Crafting shares her tips in this video for filing and saving her scrap paper and card stock. She has created a new system where she uses "paper protectors". They must be clear and they should be intended to use more than one piece of paper. She then puts the scraps coordinated by color and paper type in the clear plastic protectors in a basket so they are always handy.

How To: Disassemble a PS2

This video includes disassembly instructions for the Sony Playstation2 (PS2). Intended to be instructional in nature, the disassembly guides at Take It Apart help users to better understand and maintain their favorite gadgets.

How To: Mix a Mai Tai by Trader Vic's recipe

The Mai Tai is one of the most well known cocktails from the "Tiki" era... Or is it? Chances are good that if you've ever had a Mai Tai, you haven't had it the way Victor "Trader Vic" Bergeron intended it. To mix a Mai Tai the right way, you will need light rum, gold rum, dark rum, orange curacao, Orget almond syrup with orange flower water, and fresh lime juice. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Mai Tai cocktail like Trader Vic intended it.

How To: Perform a basic cardiovascular examination

Any medical student should be able to perform a basic cardiovascular exam. This medical how-to video tutorial outlines the guidelines to perform a basic cardiovascular exam. Always begin by by observing the patient from head to toe. Inspect the face for signs of cyanosis. Note visible scars or pulsations in the neck and edema in the feet. This video is intended for medical professionals only.

How To: Prepare raw food for your dog

Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg guides on how to prepare raw food for dogs in this video tutorial. This diet consists of bones and raw meat. You can use cheap cuts of meat to feed the dog, which includes meats like turkey necks. Nature never intended dogs to eat cooked food, so this raw diet keeps them much healthier and gives them higher energy. A raw diet also really helps their teeth, and can save you money at the dentist! One great meal for dogs is to feed them 2 lbs of raw turkey gizzards and one ...

How To: Professionally operate puppets

In this video, Paul Louis, a professional puppeteer and puppet builder discusses the difference between puppets intended for theater and television and how they are different both in appearance and operation. For a puppet on stage, stitching is acceptable to be seen on the outside of the puppet and large, exaggerated movements for the puppet are acceptable and encouraged for easier viewing by your audience. For a puppet which is shown on a television shown, the puppet should be cleaner and th...

How To: Make your brown eyes pop with makeup

Do you have big beautiful brown eyes? If you are a brown eyed girl and are looking for a makeup look to do those peepers justice, check this out! In this video, you will learn how to enhance your ojos and feel beautiful all day long. This look is intended to give you a bronze hue that is perfect for any season. So, follow along with this step by step and start looking wide eyed in no time.

How To: Email photos from your iPhone

In this Electronics video tutorial you will learn how to Email photos from your iPhone. This is really very easy and simple to do and takes practically no time. On your iPhone go to the camera icon and tap on it. Then find a picture that you want to email. Then tap on the little icon on the lower left of the screen as shown in the video and then select email photo. Then you put in you want to send the photo to, type in a subject and add some text if you want. And the final step is to tap ‘s...

How To: Send different messages through Twitter

Twitter is a powerful social networking website which can be used to update you friends on what you are doing. To send different messages through twitter you will need a twitter account. Twitter account can be registered for free. Log in to your twitter account and go to your home page. There is a text box provided at the top with the text 'What are you doing?'. Enter the message you want in the text box provided. Click update and this message will be shown to all the people that are followin...

How To: Make a GIF from video in Photoshop CS4

Learn how to make an animated GIF from a video clip using Adobe Photoshop CS4. You'll need to use an external editing program (like Sony Vegas) to create a small clip from your larger video beforehand. From Photoshop, go to "File" and select "Import" and then "Video Frames to Layers" from the pop-up menu and select your video clip. Choose "From Beginning to End" when prompted about range to import. The duration of the video clip will now be displayed in frames. By default, each frame is set t...

How To: Learn basic posture for tribal fusion belly dance

This video is intended for my students to use to practice with at home. It's certainly not a professional quality video - just me at home with my video camera. Basic posture for tribal belly dance: feet close together slightly closer than shoulder width apart, knees bent, tailbone pointed down, belly sucked in, ribcage lifted, shoulders rolled back, neck elongated, head up to level, strength through arms all the way to fingertips. Belly dance is originally a form of traditional Arab dance. Mo...

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