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How To: Understand the physics of waves: true story of Roswell

In this three-part video, learn about the events surrounding the newspaper article in Roswell New Mexico 1947 regarding crashed flying saucers. The story has to do with nuclear weapons, the second world war, government lies and the movement of sound waves. See how the evnst of Roswell tie in with physics of waves with help from host, Professor Richard Muller of Berkeley University.

How To: Shorten links with bit.ly

Link shortening is the process of cleaning up the URL link which is long and converting it into a short URL. You can use bit.ly to do link shortening. Using bit.ly you can not only shorten the link but also track the users who are using those links. To use this service go to the http://www.bit.ly website. There in the home page you are provided with a text box. Enter your long link in the text box and submit it. Now the website converts the long URL and provides you with a short link which ca...

Snapchat 101: How to Attach URLs to Your Snaps as Links

While Instagram users can attach links to images, they can only do so in stories, and only if they meet the special requirements that most users cannot obtain. Snapchat, on the other hand, lets anyone add a link, and it can be done in regular snaps and in your story. This feature has only been around since July 2017, so you may have missed it and not even realized it was a possibility.

How To: Place links on a page in the right place to generate better PageRank

Google is the biggest and best search engine on Earth, and if you are a webmaster and want your website to be a big success it would really behoove you to know as much about how it works as possible. The Google Webmasters series of videos and website were created to teach webmasters, SEO professionals, and others how Google works by answering their questions and giving them insights into how they can best integrate and utilize Google's functionality to improve their business. This video will ...

How To: Link 3D images to sound files in 3DS MAX

There are a lot of videos out there about creating models and animating them using 3D Studio MAX. What isn't often discussed is the next step in creating a movie out of your models, adding sound and syncing your animations to the sound. This eight-part video series will show you how to do just that, animate objects and other properties with a sound file. This is very good stuff that you will need to know if you ever want to make a whole 3D movie yourself.

How To: Invite People to Messenger Group Chats with a Link So They Can Join Right Away or Wait on Approval

While some of our group chats should probably remain private and closed off, others will only get better with more people. Whether you're organizing an event and need a headcount or you want to share a funny YouTube video with a large crowd, you can add all the friends you wish to on Facebook Messenger by sending them a unique link.

How To: Create CSS-based link rollovers for websites in GoLive

Using GoLive CS2, you'll learn how to create some CSS-based rollovers. This is really an easy way to create some rollovers, using CSS, which is an incredibly useful and powerful way to style and design your website pages. In this GoLive video tutorial, learn how to style not only your links, visited links, and active links using CSS, but you will also see how to give your links a rollover or hover style as well. You will quickly see how much more you can achieve by styling your links using CSS.

How To: Create links between tasks in MS Project 2007

In this tutorial, we learn how to create links between tasks in MS Project 2007. First, select the task you want to link, then click on the link task button on the toolbar. You will now see a finished task link between these tasks. In the entry table, you will see the predecessor, which is task two. You can also type the numbers in the predecessor column and enter the information in. You may want to create a link that is different, so you don't confuse two things that will start at the same t...

How To: Check a site for broken links with Xenu's Link Sleuth

See how to audit a live website for broken hyperlinks in a matter of minutes. With Xenu's Link Sleuth tool, it's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home computing how-to from the folks at Easily can present a complete (and somewhat talky) overview of the process in just over two minutes' time. For the specifics, and to get started checking your own website for broken links, just watch this handy how-to.

How To: Find the HomeGroup password in Windows 7

This video tutorial teaches how to find homegroup password in Windows 7. For this you should be using the computer which is part of the homegroup. The way to check this is by going to the control panel and clicking on network and internet link. In the ensuing window the network and sharing center link is clicked. This will show if the computer is connected to the home group. On confirming that the computer is connected to the homegroup, now navigate back to the network and internet link, and ...

How To: Use link constraints in 3D Studio Max

Link constraints are a simple and useful part of the toolset available to you in 3D Studio Max. They allow you to attach one object to another so that when one moves, it will only move in relation to some parameters governing its position relative to the other object. This video will teach you how to use link constraints to make a character toss a ball realistically.

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