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How To: Profit from real estate investments

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a profit from real estate investments. The hard way to invest in profit is to buy a property and then rent it out. If users invest this way, they will have to take all the responsibilities of a landlord. Users are able to turn it over to a management company, but will end up loaning money. The easy way to invest in profit is to invest in Real Estate Investment Trust. This will allow users to invest in apartment buildings, shopping malls or off...

How To: Remedy potential earthquake hazards in the workplace

Washington State has a history of large earthquakes, as does California. More than 1,000 earthquakes are registered in Washington State each year. More than 10,000 are recorded in California each year. In an earthquake, non-structural elements, which is anything that does not actually hold the building up, may become unhooked, dislodged, thrown about, and tipped over. this can cause extensive damage, interruption of operation, injury and even death.

How To: Adjust the brakes on a 1931 Model A Ford

The 1931 Model A Ford is a classic, but like many classic cars owning one means investing substantial time and money into maintenance and repairs. If the brakes are giving you a lot of trouble in your Model A (and when are they not?) it may be time to adjust them. This video will show you how to do just that.

How To: Spell and grammar check text in Firefox and Chrome

Why invest time and energy proofreading everything you write when your web browser can do it for you (and quite competently at that)? With Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome (and the After the Deadline browser extension), setting up automatic spell and grammar checking is an easy task. This home-computing how-to from Tekzilla will walk you through the process. Avoid careless mistakes and needless embarrassment with this how-to.

How To: Check if your Simplicity drop-side crib is recalled

In 2009, Simplicity recalled 2 million of their drop side baby cribs due to a death hazard. In this clip from the USCPSC, learn all about the potential hazards associated with your crib and find out how to check and see if yours is part of the recall. You will also get information on how to order and use the free repair kit to keep your baby happy and healthy.

How To: Organize your home closet

This video shows us how to organize our closet without breaking the bank. As summer comes around and winter is finishing up, it’s time to do some spring-cleaning. Some tips to help get additional space in your closet: Tip 1. Use your luggage to store winter items not used during the summer. Tip 2. Use those old boxes that have just been piling up to store items. Tip 3. Invest in a hanging shoe bag to preserve the shoes you love. Tip 4. Invest in a clear storage rack where your accessories can...

How To: Improve golf sand hazard play

Check out John Jacobs' Golf School's video tip on playing golf in sand hazards. This sand play lesson, featuring Brad Moore, John Jacobs' Golf School instructor will help you improve your golf game and lower your score!

How To: Remotely Bug Hacked Bluetooth Headsets

Tinkernut presents the Bluetooth headset hack! This video shows one of the vulnerabilities of some bluetooth headsets. To prevent this vulnerability, it's best to invest a little more money into a more secure headset and making sure your headset is turned off when not in use. You can find all of the links and scripts used in this video, as well as find answers to questions you may have at the link below:

How To: Paint a Blue Butterfly and Iris using a Hake brush

The Hake brush is a type of flat brush used in Chinese painting along with the more typical trimmed brush. In this video the artist demonstrates the use of such a brush to create painting of an Iris with a blue butterfly and some calligraphy to finish it off. If you don't already have a Hake brush as part of your Chinese art toolkit, this video should convince you to invest in one.

How To: Rip DVDs onto your computer with Handbrake

After building up a DVD collection over the years can make you realize just how much you've invested in your movie collection. DVds are far from the sturdiest media for storing a valuable collection like that. Luckily, programs like Handbrake makes it possible to backup your valuable movies. This video will show you how to do it.

How To: Rock a man's blazer in a sexy look

Many women invest substantial time and money in acquiring and styling very feminine elaborate clothing to try and attract men. For most men, the women look even sexier wearing their blazer and collared shirt after a night's festivities. Watch this video to learn how to rock a man's blazer as part of several sexy, sophisticated, feminine looks.

How To: Take basic photos in daylight

While achieve beautiful images shooting with ample amounts of natural daylight can be done with little work, if you're willing to invest a just a small amount of additional effort, you can achieve shots to rival those of any professional photographer. This free video photography lesson, which discusses concepts like exposure balancing, will walk you through how to take beautiful daytime shots.

How To: Create chrome text in Photoshop CS2

Pimp my text!! We've all seen those car and videogame ads with the pimped out chromed text effect. Guess what? You don't need to go out and pay professional designers thousands of dollars for it. All you need to invest is about 10 minutes and watch this episode of Pixel Perfect and see how easy it is to get that nice shiney sparkly chrome effect.

How To: Choose the right character to make a costume for and cosplay as

Cosplay is a fine art these days, and if you want to get into it, deciding which of the thousands of characters you have to choose from to cosplay as can be tough. Making a good costume is hard work, so you want to make sure you choose the right character for you before you invest your time and money. This video features several regular cosplayers giving you all sorts of tips and advice for picking your character based on body type, personality, and other factors.

How To: Make a double-barrel sawed-off shotgun prop

Using guns in low-budget films is tough. You probably can't afford a real gun or a replica can you? Especially for more specialized guns. Fortunately, this video has the solution. It will show you how to make a really realistic sawed-off shotgun prop for cheap. You will need some carpentry skills and tools, but the gun looks so cool that even if you don't have those things now, you should probably invest in them. You'll be able to use them to make more props later anyway.

How To: Avoid speeding tickets

Speeding tickets are one of the worst things a driver fears on the highway, aside from wrecking, of course. But you can get home safe without getting a ticket. You just need to keep your vehicle off the radar by following these stealthy driving techniques.

How To: Calculate compound interest in math

In this video, we learn how to calculate compound interest. Start with your example of investing $2000 at 3% interest over four years. Now, write down how much you have at the start of year one. To find the percent of this you will need to simply do the amount divided by one hundred and times it by three. Then, you will find the number for the amount of interest you had for that year. Continue to do this for each year and the amount of money you will increase each year. Do this until you reac...

How To: Remove and replace the screen on iPhone 4G HD

The iPhone 4 is brand new, but accidents still happen - even right after you get it, right? So, if you have cracked or scratched up your screen and can no longer use it, check out this tutorial. Apple won't fix the damage if they think you did it, and a repair shop will charge tons of money. This tutorial will walk you through how to take the screen off on your own and replace it with a brand new one. Be careful and maybe think about investing in a case next time.

How To: Replace the thermostat in a Saturn S-Series car

One day, your car may break down and you won't be able to afford to hire a mechanic, so what do you do... you look on the web for some how-to vehicle repair videos and become your own car mechanic, that's what. You don't need any advanced training to perform repairs and simple maintenance on your automobile, but you may need a few tools. Invest in the basic tools and you'll be prepared for just about any car malfunction you can think of. These tutorials will help get you on your way, as long ...

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