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How To: Preview iTunes songs on the web with Tekzilla

Veronica of Tekzilla shows you how to browse iTunes without launching the application on this episode of Tekzilla Daily. To check the availability of a specific song without launching iTunes go to URL given which is located on the Apple website and browse the artists that are available in the iTunes store. Although there is no search feature you can hover over a desired song. A play icon pops up; click it to hear a 30 second preview of the song. You'll have to launch iTunes if you want to pur...

How To: Put your MS Access databases on your website

To start off the process of publishing your access database online we first look at a sample MS ACCESS database with typical formats and a online searchable application where users can search by library name or city and get details of the library. There are 3 steps to publish the database. The first step is importing data which can be done through clicking on the file menu and then click on import data through a Microsoft Access Database. Now select the file you want to import through the bro...

How To: Beat Theme 1 levels 16-21 in Angry Birds with 3 stars

Angry Birds is far and away the most popular game on the iPhone App Store, and the most popular thing to come out of Finland since Kimi Raikkonen. It is both addictive and ludicrously challenging, so we've collected video walkthroughs that should guide you through all of the game's many levels. This video will show you how to beat Theme 1 Levels 16-21 with 3 stars, making you a master of Angry Bird-launching.

How To: Move files in the Mac OS X Finder using Quicksilver

You might know that Quicksilver is terrific for quickly launching your favorite OS X applications but were you aware that you can also use it to move files from one place to another? It's so easy that this home computing how-to from the folks at CNET TV can present a complete (and somewhat talky) overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For the specifics, watch this handy how-to.

How To: Use the Hacker Defender rootkit or HackDef

Hacker Defender is one of the most widely deployed rootkits in the world. It is a user-mode rootkit that modifies several Windows and Native API functions, which allows it to hide information (files, processes, etc.) from other applications. In addition, Hacker Defender implements a backdoor and port redirector that operates through TCP ports opened by existing services. This means it is not possible to find the hidden backdoor through traditional means, like launching a remote port scan agai...

How To: Customize the navigation pane in Outlook 2007

Are you using the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Navigation Pane as your communications launching pad — where you can get to your most important folders and views with just a click or two? This tutorial shows you how to change the size of the pane to free up more space, customize the buttons and icons so you see what you want first, and arrange the folders for your convenience. You'll also see how easily you can change the organization whenever you want.

How To: Walk like a male / female model on the catwalk

Are you interested in fashion? Let's try a catwalk. For guys, walk straight and the feet shouldn't cross while walking. For girls, walk with one foot in front of the other, look straight forward and shoulders should pull back. Walk with your hands on the hip or let loose. There must be attitude on both the boy as well as the girl which will create a niche. This will help in launching your fashion career as well as maintain your posture.

How To: Walkthrough The Legend of Dragoon on PS1: Part 34

You'll find yourself in Kadessa and Deningrad in this installment of The Legend of Dragoon for PlayStation. This video walkthrough takes you from where Dart and company are exploring Kadessa, they fight and defeat the Grand Jewel for possession over the Dragon Block Staff, the party leaves Kadessa just as the Divine Dragon is launching an attack upon Deningrad, the Winglies try to teleport the party to Deningrad but they are too late to stop the attack, the party rush to the castle and make s...

How To: Throw a knee in a fight

Identify the proper time to throw a knee kick. If you are grappling with an opponent, look for an opening where you can knee-kick him in the ribs or side of the thigh. If an opponent is trying to tackle you around the waist or take you down by grabbing your legs, introduce his face to your knee. If the opponent is standing in front of you and there is not enough room to throw a fully extended kick, grab him and try a knee.

How To: Make a sparkler rocket

Cut cardboard into 8" l x 3" w strips. With cardboard down on a cutting board, place 1 AA battery on 1 end. Roll once so battery is covered. Hold in place. Spread a light coat of Craft Glue in thin sections on the rest of cardboard. Roll battery up. Using electrical tape, tape roll together vertically. Wrap ends in electrical tape. Set aside to dry. Cut a 1” piece of putty. Cut in 1/2 through the middle. Once tubes dry, take 1 of these pieces. Pack it in tightly at end of tube to make a seal,...

How To: Do a method grab air on your snowboard

Transitioning from riding a snowboard on the ground to launching it (and you) into the air off jumps is scary and dangerous. That doesn't stop people from doing it though, and this video offers a lot of good advice for how to take an air off a ramp with your snowboard. Specifically, it describes how to perform a Method grab while in the air and land it successfully.

How To: Crack the iPhone's passcode

You've forgotten your iPhone passcode. Don't fret! There is a way to temporarily circumvent the passcode, in a matter of seconds. By launching the 'emergency call' function and double-tapping the home button, you can quickly through to your system. For details, watch the video.

News: This Is Why All Augmented Reality Startups Suck

People fundamentally distrust magicians. And they should. The illusions they proffer are just that, illusions meant to astound rather than tangible interactions and results that have weight and meaning in our real world. Our lizard brains know this, and, no matter what the outstanding feat of "magic" presented, we nevertheless hold fast to our survival-based grip on the truth: we just saw simply "can't be real."