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How To: Create an extreme nose bleed trickle and gush

Here, we unveil a brand new type of BFX episode called "BFX On Location"! We've been invited by directors Giancarlo Fiorentini and Jonathan Grimm to create an extreme nose bleed effect for their film "The Old Man and the Seymour". This movie stars Streeter Seidell, Amir Blumenfeld and a VERY bloody nose. Check out all the action as Erik's skills get a real world test!

How To: Write a song for film or television

In this video, we learn how to write a song for film or television with Brad Hatfield. When you collaborate with other people, you will be invited into a new network of people. The web of people will keep expanding to help you learn new skills and how to write different songs. Try to understand what works for both you and the artist so you don't get emotionally involved. When you write songs for film or television, you will want to listen to feedback and give each other direction on how you w...

How To: Tie the Aztec fly

Alaskaflyfish.net's Flashback Max demonstrates how to tie an interesting and unusual fly. Max uses foxtail in the video, but artificial fibers can also be used. It's an experimental model - untried at the time the video was posted - but you're invited to give it a try in the field and see what sort of results you get.

How To: Get rid of a one night stand

You invited a girl over for a night of pleasure, but once you're done, how do you get rid of her? This dating how-to video offers some informative advice on how to get rid of your one night stand. She suggest two ways of doing this, the douchebag method and the non-douchebag way. Find out more about getting rid of a one night stand in this video.

How To: Identify if you have aphids and webworms on mesquites

The video shows how to effectively be aware and get rid of possible webworms or aphids on your mesquites so they won't get damaged later. Here, John White invited Annete Peterson to show how to do so. She starts by informing from what she saw that many mesquites from her neighborhood have deformed leaves and mainly several of them have stripped branches at the tips of the trees. He explains that one of the problems is a webworm on the leaf of the mesquite, and it eats the leaves of the plant ...

How To: Play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour. First, go to main menu and then choose "play with a group". From here, choose the stroke play or match play game. Also choose the player rank, mode, and number of holes you want to play. Once you do this, click "continue" and invite people to play in your game. You can type in the username you want to play or choose people from your friend list. You can also click on the "anyone" button and then start the game when all...

How To: Send invites in Google Wave

In order to send invitations to other people via email to Google wave do the following: Go to your inbox then look for a wave that says "invite other to Google Wave" then insert the person's email list that you wish to send invitations to for the Google Wave. When entering the email addresses the bottom of the page should have a list of people that you have already invited to Google Wave. You will not be able to resend invites to people if they were already sent an invite. Please follow the d...

How To: Determine Texas Hold'em hand rankings

So you've been invited to a poker game, but you don't know the difference between a straight and a flush. Well, this how to video is here to make sure you don't lose all your money, or your shirt. This Texas Hod'em lesson teaches you how to determine the ranking for various hands. It runs through all possible winning hands in Texas Hold'em and explains their rank. At the end of the video you will be tested on your newly acquired knowledge of Texas Hold'em hands. Are you holding the nuts or ar...

How To: Co-navigate PDF documents using Acrobat.com

This session is about page view sharing. Click collaborate, send collaborate live. It works with Acrobat. It opens a live chat session. Log in with Adobe ID. You can invite others to collaborate. Click to select name, attach a file and send an email. File can be saved on Acrobat. Access can be restricted to those who are invited. Collaborate live panel opens. You can open the invitees computer. Invitee needs to sign in. You have the ability to chat. Start page sharing. Pages are synchronized....

How To: 15 Tips to Make You a Google Calendar Pro

Whether scheduling meetings, events, tasks, or even keeping tabs on the weather, a good digital calendar can help you stay on top of your game in ways that a normal calendar could never do. Indeed, there are many calendars to choose from, but Google Calendar is one of the best due to Google's excellent cloud service, feature-rich web-client, and their easy-to-use Android and iOS applications.

How To: Use FaceTime's Group Chat on Your iPhone to Talk to More Than One Person at a Time

FaceTime has been around since iOS 4, and year after year, things stayed pretty much the same aside from a few small changes. In iOS 6, calls over cellular networks were finally possible, and audio-only calls were officially supported starting in iOS 7. But the one feature most everyone has wanted since FaceTime was a thing — group video calls — didn't show up until iOS 12.1 for iPhone.

How To: Share iCloud Drive Folders to Collaborators or as ZIP Files to Anyone from Your iPhone

In the iOS 13.4 update, Apple added folder-sharing capabilities in the Files app. That means you can share multiple documents at the same time instead of doing it one by one. But that's not all — you can share folders with numerous contacts and even enforce access and permission settings.

How To: Create Collaborative Reminders on Your iPhone or iPad

Reminding a spouse or roommate to pick up some last-minute groceries is typically done with a quick message that can easily go unnoticed or unseen. Your feeble attempt of a reminder won't work unless it's conveniently sent at the right moment, like when they're on their way home. Chances are, you'll forget to text them and they'll forget the earlier reminder you sent.

News: Showing Support for Disabled Customers, Apple Teams with Cochlear for iPhone Implant Sound Processor

While many have their own strong opinions on Apple and their products, few have complaints about the way they embrace accessibility. Apple typically finds ways to make products functional to all customers, regardless of their situation. This philosophy can be seen in Apple's partnership with Cochlear, as the two develop a new cochlear implant sound processor for iPhone.

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