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How To: Cut flat laminated glass

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cut laminated glass. Laminated glass is a safety glass that has two pieces of glass with a plastic foam in between. The materials required to cut laminated glass are: an oil glass cutter, L-square, razor blade and an optional propane torch. Begin by marking the glass to your preferred measurement. Then use the L-square to line up the marking. Then use the oil glass cutter to cut down the marked line. Flip it over do the same on the other side. Then...

How To: FTP from a local computer to a website

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a FTP from a local computer to a website. In this video, viewers are shown (once you've chosen a web host) how to perform FTP file transfers from your local computer to your website. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a process that you can use to transfer files from your local computer to a remote computer (your website). Once you've set up a hosting account, your hosting company will provide you with FTP login credentials. Using an FTP softwa...

PSA: You Can Run Windows 10 Without a Microsoft Account

Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has been heavily encouraging users to use Windows with a Microsoft account. According to Microsoft, the main benefit of using a Microsoft account is the ability to sign in and sync your information across various Microsoft devices and services. Furthermore, you have access to a singular cloud storage solution which can contain documents, pictures, settings, and more on whatever system you're using with the Microsoft account.

How To: Find your local IP and MAC address

In this video Guides4tech teaches the secrets of finding your local IP and MAC address in simple steps. First click 'Start' and select 'Run' on your computer. Now type 'cmd' to open the command prompt. In the command prompt type 'ipconfig/all' and press 'Enter'. Your IP address will displayed under the 'Ethernet adapter local area connection' menu. Your MAC address will be displayed as 'Physical address' under the same menu.

How To: Talk to a woman at Starbucks without approaching

The video is about dating tips and the guy explains how to start conversations with women in a local coffee shop or any local hangout without having to take much of trouble to approach them. He says that instead of sitting at your office, go to your local coffee shop with your dog. He says that he is going to sit there with his dog and start reading his Los Angeles Time newspaper. Also he is going to use his blackberry for email or something. Also he is going to start looking around and he sa...

How To: Build a laser tripwire that can trigger anything out of a photoresistor

This video, incredibly short for it's massive content, will teach you how to make a laser tripwire that, combined with a photoresistor, can trigger just about any device. You can make traps, alarms, awesome party decorations, and all sorts of other awesome things with this easy-to-make device, provided you have a soldering iron and a local electronics store to buy some parts.

How To: Graph x & y intercepts on a TI-84 Plus calculator

In this video the teacher shows us how to use a TI-84 plus graphing calculator to graph a function, adjust the view window, and determine the values of several types of critical points on the graph such as x-intercept, y-intercept, local maximums, and local minimums. After entering the function in the Y= editor she presses the ZOOM button and selects Z-Standard this adjusts the view window to a range of -10 to 10 on both axis. To find each of the critical points requested the teacher uses the...

How To: Create tomato cages from concrete wire

Curtis Smith, an extension horticulturist talks about using cages for your tomato plants. He says that some people like to stake tomatoes, some like to cage them and some even just let their tomato plants sprawl. He talks to a local gardener who has built his own tomato cages out of concrete wire. The gardener shows his cages, which he built 10 years ago and they still look sturdy today. Curtis gives a few tips like wrapping the cages with a special fabric that lets air and light through, but...

How To: Search for local yardsales online

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to search for local yard sales online. Stacy, in this butterscotch tutorial, takes you through a site called Yard Sale Treasure Map. This site uses Craigslist for finding the yard sales and it places them on maps for you to find you way to them. First you type in your starting address, say, Cincinnati, OH. Then you adjust the search radius of the distance you want to drive and the day of your choice. Click ‘search’ and the map ...

How To: Build a guerilla-style camera dolly

MatttChapman shows you how to build a guerilla-style camera dolly to add to your filmmaking bag of tricks. This guerilla dolly is so simple, made with a rain gutter and cover from a local hardware store. This is ingenuity at its best. Don't spend a ton of money for a dolly to simply pan, build this rain gutter dolly!

How To: Access Hotmail and Gmail through a local email client

In this tutorial, we learn how to access Hotmail and Gmail through a local email client. First, Google search "webmail Mozilla" and go to the official website. From here, you will click on the hotmail link and any other e-mail links you want for the add-on. Next, you will right click and save this to your computer. After this, go into your e-mail and go to the settings. From here, you will click on the "forwarding" tab at the top and then click "enable pop for all mail". Save these changes an...

How To: Write a press release for local distribution

In this video, we learn how to write a press release for local distribution. First, you need to make sure you have a good headline. This will make people want to read what you have to say or toss it aside. After this, you will need to answer who, what, where, how, why, and what inside of the rest of the release. People want to know all of the details when they read something like this, so give the juicy details that are interesting and leave the boring stuff out. After you have done this, sub...

Become a judge for Magic: The Gathering

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to become a judge for the card game, Magic: The Gathering. The best way to join is to contact a level 2 judge. Judges must put rules in context. If confused or unsure, use online forums for a guide. Interact with the judge community. You don't have to be a certified judge to run a local event. The tournament policies and procedures can be found in the Universal Tournament Rules, Floor Rules or PCI Penalty guidelines. This video will benefit those view...

How To: Set up a home server from behind a router using WAMP

This video tutorial belongs to the software category which is going to show you how to set up a home server from behind a router using WAMP. You will need a free program called wampserver. Go to their website, download and install the program. Then click on the icon and click 'put online' and the local host comes online. To check it, open up your browser and type in local host in the search box and it will show you the default index.php file. Again click on the icon and click 'www directory'....

How To: Use curve sketching to solve equations in calculus

PatrickJMT takes you through step by step on the basics of how to use curve sketching to solve calculus equations. Steps that are covered in this two part video include domain, intercepts, symmetry, horizontal and vertical asymtotes, intervals of increase/decrease, local maximums and minimums, concavity and points of inflection, and finally the sketch. A rational function is looked at as an example. The problem is to graph y equals (x - 1) divided by x to the power of 2. This video clip cover...

How To: Bypass Windows Genuine Advantage notification

Steps adopted to bypass Windows Genuine Advantage Notification in Windows NT are:1. Open my computer2. Open the Local Disk (Where the Operating system is currently installed).3. Open windows folder and enter into the folder, system 32.(Shortcut: My Computer>Local Disk C>System 32)4. After entering system 32 (Folder), find and delete the file-wgatray.exe5. After deleting wgatray.exe file, go to the start menu and launch the run application6. In run, type in regedit and click OK,7. In regedit, ...

How To: Completely delete Internet Explorer 7 or 8

To delete Internet Explorer 7 or 8 from you computer, search for "unlocker" in the Google search engine. Click on the first search result to go to the unlocker site. Click download to access the unlocker application. Click the save me option when prompted. Next, find the downloaded files and install the unlocker application on your computer. Go to the local disk C, open the program files and find Internet Explorer. Right click on Internet Explorer and then click on the unlocker. Select the ap...

How To: Pack your wallet for an itnernational trip

With all the documents ready, we need to fill our wallet with money for the travel. This video discusses various ways of filling the pocket. That is how to prepare the money for international travel. Over the years credit cards have been widely used by many travelers, which is safer than carrying cash. In this case we need to contact the credit card provider well in advance and notify them about the travel. Also we need to learn about the various fees applicable to international purchases. Th...

How To: Identify local poisonous plants as a Boy Scout

Tenderfoot is the first rank earned as a Boy Scout. The requirements of becoming a Tenderfoot provide basic skills to begin preparing the scout for higher adventure outings. Earning badges and receiving recognition can be very satisfying to boys. However, keep in mind that the badge is only a representation of a valuable set of skills that a scout has learned and demonstrated. The skills, wisdom, and experience gained through the activities of the scouting program are of much more value than ...

How To: Cast Torrents, Magnet Links, Local Files, & Web Videos from Your Windows PC

Google's Chromecast has been out for almost two years, and I can safely say it has changed the way I use my TV. At first it was a hassle to even get local media to play on it, but now casting has branched out to torrent streaming, which was a real game changer. Unfortunately, most apps only let you stream one video or song at a time, or you can't add magnet links or torrents to a playlist of local content.

How To: Edit images from within Google Chrome browser

Edit images directly from Google Chrome and see how they look directly on the page itself. GooEdit, a plugin for the Google Chrome browser, lets you rotate, flip, tweak the brightness, sepia, and more. You can then save the modified image to your local harddrive or upload to Twitter. Patrick from Tekzilla Daily explains the cool features.

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