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How To: Play an easy version of Big Star's "Thirteen"

Want to know how to play a simplified version of Big Star's "Thirteen" on your acoustic guitar? While this free video lesson is best suited for intermediate players, guitarists of all skill levels can play along given a little time effort. For more information, and to get started playing this Alex Chilton classic on your own guitar–a song famously covered by Elliott Smith—, watch this how-to!

How To: Create a paper pop-up card

Check out this video tutorial on how to create a paper pop-up card. You'll be happy you learned this one... it's easy to make, there's a nice result, and you're children will love it! You only need thirteen pieces of colored paper, a marker, glue or double-sided adhesive tape.

How To: Tie a great hangman's noose (or hangman's knot)

The hangman's noose is infamous for its use in hanging prisoners during executions. It supposedly was invented in Britain, but eventually spread throughout the world, going beyond the prisons, even into our own homes. But the hangman's knot isn't all doom and gloom. There are plenty of useful (and non-lethal) applications for the hangman's knot, like as a fishing or boating knot. Everyone should know this roped knot, and this tutorial will show you the knot-tying process. Just remember, to be...

How To: Divide bigger numbers

In this video, we learn how to divide bigger numbers. As an example, let's say you were dividing 843 by 13. To make this easier, write down the times tables for 13 down and keep adding up. After you do this, see how many times 13 goes into 84. Your table will tell you how many times it goes into the larger number. Thirteen will go into 84 six times, so write six on the top line above the four, then subtract 78 from 84 and write a 6 next to the 4. Now, work out the remainder and when finished,...

How To: TIe a decorative noose

In this tutorial, we learn how to tie a decorative noose. First, form a loop and then and wrap the end around the loop thirteen times. Next, take the loose end and stick it into the coils you just made. Use a pencil and long scissors to help you do this. After you are done with this, tie a knot at the end and pull so the loop is tight. You can also clip off the loose end and pull the loop to make it larger if you prefer. When finished, use this as you wish but do not use it for violent activi...

How To: Understand and use Snow Leopard

In this thirteen part, comprehensive overview of Mac's new operating system, Snow Leopard, you will learn everything you need to know to get started. If you have recently upgraded or purchased a new system, you may benefit quite a bit from this series. Start at episode one and skip ahead if you need to, you will get a total step by step walkthrough and be up and running in no time.

How To: Play Your Favorite N64 (Nintendo 64) Video Games on Your Samsung Galaxy S3

There was a time in my life when I could think of nothing but getting home and playing Super Smash Brothers on my Nintendo 64. It was just something about tossing Mario across the map with Donkey Kong that seriously made me feel like an OG, not to mention that it was the first fighting game to compile a bunch of popular Nintendo characters together. Greatest idea ever? I think so.

How To: Beat LFI Restrictions with Advanced Techniques

One of the most common web application vulnerabilities is LFI, which allows unauthorized access to sensitive files on the server. Such a common weakness is often safeguarded against, and low-hanging fruit can be defended quite easily. But there are always creative ways to get around these defenses, and we'll be looking at two methods to beat the system and successfully pull off LFI.

How To: Make a Diet Coke and Mentos eruption

Do you know the oldest gag in the book? Or at least the oldest gag since Diet Coke and Mentos were born. This quick video tutorial will have you testing this out every time you have Mentos and Diet Coke in your hands. Just let thirteen Mentos slide quickly into the Diet Coke and watch the eruption, just like Old Faithful. Now, try and screw a cap on it for the perfect prank. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: The Next Big Thing in Smartphone Cameras Is Machine Learning — & It's Already Here

As smartphones become more accessible, billions of people have come to depend on their features for daily life. One of the most important aspects these days is the camera. OEMs have been working for years to improve camera quality, and they seem to have finally figured it out — the best way to achieve DSLR-quality photos wasn't just with better sensors, but with better intelligence.

How To: Walkthrough Lost Planet 2 on the Xbox 360

This walkthrough will help your through the entire gameplay of Lost Planet 2 for the Xbox 360. Lost Planet 2 is the sequel to the third-person shooter Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions, and besides the Xbox 360, is also available for the PlayStation 3 and Windows. It takes place 10 years later, back on the planet E.D.N. III, which has more foliage compared to its previous white, frozen entity. To see how to defeat the game, watch this walkthrough, which provides you with all of the knowledge to...

How To: Lose weight using yoga with Tara Stiles

In this tutorial, we learn how to lose weight using yoga with Tara Stiles. Start off by stretching out your body, then go into a downward facing dog position. Now position yourself so that your hands are on the floor and your are bringing your leg in and out, while stretching it into the air and up against your body> do this again wit the other leg when you're done. Next, go into a warrior position and stretch your body on both sides. After this, stretch out your legs and bring them into diff...

How To: Calculate a handicap in golf

This video presentation details the process of calculating a handicap in golf, in this presentation the handicap will be calculated on the USGA handicap system which is the official handicap system to be used in the United States. On each score card, there is a designation for the handicap and slope, these numbers do not vary frequently between sixty-eight and seventy-four, and one-fifteen, and one-thirty, respectively. The 'Slope' is a new calibration that is used to help make a handicap fai...

How To: Tell if you're losing fat or gaining muscle

How do you know if you are making progress when you put yourself on a strict diet and exercise regimen? Many people wonder whether the numbers going down on the scale means they're losing fat, and if the numbers are going up, whether they're gaining muscle. This is a question that many body builders and those trying to lose weight (while gaining muscle) try to understand on the way to their goal weight.

How To: Lose weight fast using Jedi mind tricks (and without lifting a finger)

Everyone could benefit from shedding a few pounds, but what about those who need to lose a little bit more weight? Exercise isn't an option for everyone, with as busy as our lives are right now. It's hard to go running and do a few pushups when you have a hard enough time scheduling your day already. But if you're looking to shed a couple pounds here and there— without lifting a finger— this two-part video will help you out with some Jedi mind tricks!

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