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How To: Win the national lottery with number picking tips

Are there any ways to cheat chance and win the lottery without difficulty? Do lucky numbers and sequences work? See how to win the lottery, or at least have a better chance, by watching this how to video.

How To: Organize an office lottery pool

Tired of always playing and never winning the lottery? Increase your chance of success by joining an office lottery pool.

How To: Do the win the lottery magic trick

Win immediately with a blank lottery ticket. It will take about 20 minutes to prepare for this trick.

How To: Find the probability of winning the Texas Lottery

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to find the probability of winning the Texas Lottery. There are two sets of balls. One set contains of 56 balls, out of which five balls are picked. The other set contains 46 balls and only one is picked out of this set. All your 5+1 numbers have to match the drawn numbers for you to win the jackpot. Here you are calculating the probability of picking all the 5 balls and the special ball correctly, i.e., P(all 5 balls ^ 1 special ball). Both...

How To: Win the lottery

Learn how to win the lottery. That little ticket may seem like a long shot, but simple statistics can help you maximize your chances of winning a small fortune.

How To: Become happier

Skip the pharmaceuticals and the endless scratch on win lottery tickets. Here are some concrete happiness boosters. You will need more sleep, the willingness to help others, a grateful attitude, strong social ties, an exercise program, fun plans, lowered expectations, and optional: spiritualism. Watch this video for advice on how to become happier.

How To: Big spin on your skateboard with Ryan Smith

Join professional skateboarder Ryan Smith as he teaches you how to perform a big spin on your board. This video tutorial will how you just how to do the big spin trick, perfectly.

How To: Track Google's trends features

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to track Google's trends features. This will help you find some powerful micro niches and great keywords to create content and get top rankings in search engines. Any trend on the internet first starts with an event. For example ‘mega millions’ gets lot of traffic when someone wins a jackpot or a big lottery draw is coming up. Similarly, ‘July 4th’ traffic spikes around that event and dies down. If you want traffic from this ev...

News: Microsoft Japan Helps Godzilla Invade Real World Tokyo via HoloLens

The company behind Japan's beloved Gozilla, Japan's Toho Studios, has for years tried to give fans the sense of what a giant, nuclear-powered lizard invading Tokyo might feel like. Until now, those attempts have been limited to the movie theater, but now, with the help of the Microsoft HoloLens, Godzilla is finally getting its chance to invade the actual city, with terrified fans looking on from a safe distance.

News: Apple's WWDC Invite Tells Us That 2018 Edition Will Be All About Augmented Reality

Historically, Apple loves to drop hints about its major upcoming events through clues included on its invitations. Those invites usually require a good bit of deciphering to connect the dots, but in the case of Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018 invite, the topic is immediately obvious: it's augmented reality.

How To: No Smartphone Stand? Just Use Your Wallet

My wallet is useful for pretty much two things. The first, holding my credit cards, lottery tickets, and money (or lack thereof). Second, making my ass number whenever I'm driving.

How To: Start a Car After a Very, Very Long Time in Storage

My grandfather's brother won this car in a lottery during 1957. He had no driver's license, but his brothers used to give him a lift in it. From 1975 to 1996, the car was parked in my grandfather's brother's garage. My grandfather moved the car on a trailer in 1996 to his garage a few miles away, but it's been standing still there until this year when I rolled it out and started it up. This was the first time someone turned it on in 38 years!

How To: Scavenge High-Voltage Components from Your Neighbor's Trashed Microwave

For this project, I decided to rip apart a microwave I found in my neighbor's garbage can to see what was inside. With permission, of course! True story!

How To: Use System Repair Engineer to combat viruses & malware

Your Windows computer may be experiencing some issues, and those issues may be a direct result of computer viruses and malicious software from the internet. One of the simplest ways to find these issues and repair them is by using a freeware program called System Repair Engineer (SREng). But that's not all it can do… check out the video to see a basic overview for using SREng.

How To: Correct weight issues in Maya 8.5

If you've started bending your 3D animated character around in Autodesk Maya 8.5 and came across a broken bone sticking out that needs to pivot, then you've got a huge weighting issue. Check out this three-part video tutorial on how to correctly weight objects down in Maya. So, learn how to fix weighting problems by watching this how-to video.

How To: Trust him being friends with an ex

Dan and Jennifer help people with relationship issues. In this video segment, Dan and Jennifer were helping a woman from Germany. She was having issues with her boyfriend having a relationship with his ex. Dan and Jennifer told her that she needed to truly focus on the issue. She stated that her boyfriend was going behind her back by sending his ex-girlfriend her favorite magazine online every week. Dan and Jennifer told her that she needs to really think about if he is really sneaking behind...

News: Apple Just Released iOS 12.1.3 for iPhones, Fixes Messages Bug, CarPlay Connectivity & More

Just after a month of testing, iOS 12.1.3 has been released for iPhones. Like the previous iOS 12.1.2 update, there's not much to get excited about. There are no new features discovered yet, but there are a few fixes for issues with photos in Messages, imperfect pics when using the share sheet, and disconnecting CarPlay.

How To: Cut sexy bangs like Jennifer Aniston in "Allure"

Inspired by French sex siren Brigitte Bardot, Jennifer Aniston plays up the sex bombshell angle in the new February issue of "Allure." Wearing little more than a PJ set completely unbuttoned up front, she exudes an effortless glamour.

How To: Determine if your toilet tank's flapper is faulty with tips from Lowe's

This video is about your magical bathroom device— the toilet. The toilet is a thing that sees a lot of use in the house, and problems can arise from time to time. One of the biggest bathroom issues is a toilet that runs on after flushing, or starts running or flushing by itself. It's a possessed porcelain poltergeist. Lowe's knows that's this problem can really run up your water bill, and they have some advice to stop that leaky toilet.

News: Apple Just Released iOS 13.1 for iPhone, Includes ETA for Maps, Shortcut Automations & More

If you're still working your way through the hundreds of features and changes that iOS 13 brings to your iPhone, you might be a bit surprised to learn that your device is now out of date. While Apple only dropped the big update for iPhones on Thursday, Sept. 19, the company has already released its successor. All iOS 13-compatible iPhones can now update to iOS 13.1, out today, Tuesday, Sept. 24.

News: Apple Just Released iOS 12.1.2 for iPhones with Fix for eSIM Activation Issues

Without a second beta like most other beta versions, Apple released iOS 12.1.2 to all iPhone users on Monday, Dec. 17. The update comes just one week after the iOS 12.1.2 beta went live, so why did it have such a quick turnaround? The answer likely revolves around eSIM issues on newer iPhone models, as well as legal issues with Qualcomm.

News: Apple Releases iOS 12.0.1 to Address Wi-Fi & Charging Issues on iPhones

If your iPhone XS or XS Max has been suffering from Wi-Fi connectivity and charging issues, Apple just released iOS 12.0.1 on Monday, Oct. 8, as an over-the-air update for all compatible iPhones. The main focus of the update is to give fixes for users going through "Chargegate" and experiencing Wi-Fi issues.

News: Google's Battery Issues Seem to Be Affecting Pixel Users, Too

In recent weeks, thousands of Nexus 6P users have reported that their devices are shutting down with 30% or more battery life remaining. The phones won't start back up until they're plugged into a charger, so it's as if the battery completely dies even though there is plenty of juice left.

PSA: If You're Having Auto-Focus Issues on Your Pixel, It's Probably Your Case's Fault

According to multiple users on Reddit, the Pixel and Pixel XL's camera can have some serious auto-focus issues if you're using a certain type of case with Google's new flagships. When the problem occurs, your camera app will refuse to settle on a focus point, making almost everything in the frame blurry. Redditor HeshoMike uploaded a video of the phenomenon, and you can see it in action here:

How To: Troubleshoot Trailer Wiring Issues or Problems

Learn how to troubleshoot, fix or repair trailer wiring issues or problems. This video will show you how to diagnose and troubleshoot common issues what your trailer lights aren't working correctly.

How To: Walkthrough issue 287 iof Nanoc the Obliviator in Comic Jumper on the Xbox 360

Issue 287 of the Nanoc the Obliviator level of the game Comic Jumper on the Xbox 360, is the final section of the medieval setting of the game, similar to Thor and other. In this video you will get a complete walkthrough of the final section of Nanoc the Obliviator and also all of its achievements.

How To: Fix the A/C drain problem on an '02 Jeep Liberty

Jeeps, for all their rugged charm, are not very well-made cars. They are rife with mechanical issues, and the '02 Jeep Liberty is no different. In this video you'll learn how to fix the A/C draining issues in these cars that leads to the passenger side carpet getting wet.

How To: Resolve issues with Nitro RC clutches

This tutorial shows you how to resolve issues with your Nitro RC clutches. Sometimes applying the clutch can be difficult and result in damage to your vehicle. This shows you how to properly put it on and gives you some tips on how it shoule be put together and what to watch out for. Enjoy!

How To: Make great tribute videos with these 5 tips

Welcome to Digital Issues, your guide to help make a digital life a little less painful. In this video tutorial, Digital Issues covers how to make great tribute videos with these 5 tips.

How To: Create better home movies

Welcome to Digital Issues, your guide to help make a digital life a little less painful. In this video tutorial, Digital Issues covers how to create better home movies.

How To: Solve a light leak issue with your digital SLR camera

Some models of Nikon camera may experience an issue where light leaks through a distance panel and onto the images during a long exposure in extremely bright environments. This short tutorial explains how to tell if you might have a camera susceptible to light leak, and how to fix it if you do.

How To: Solve Volkswagen overheating issues

One of the worst things to experience is an overheated engine on your vehicle. There can be many different areas where this can take place, so it's important to take your time when trying to solve the problem. So in this tutorial, you'll be finding out how to solve any overheating issues that you may experience with a Volkswagen vehicle. So check it out and good luck!

How To: Glue together pvc pipes

If you have a broken sprinkler system, it's a good idea to fix it as soon as possible. Depending on what the issue is, one of the most common problems involves an issue with being properly connected. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to glue together pvc pipes using easy to find and use common items. Enjoy!

How To: Fix time sync issue when dual booting Ubuntu & Windows

Ubuntu and Windows may have trouble syncing time because when they are dual booted, they both assume that your hardware clock is set to a different time setting. Ubuntu assumes that your clock is set to UTC and Windows assumes that your clock is set to local time. Answers Launchpad has solutions to fix the syncing issues. To correct the issue, configure Ubuntu to be set to local time. Launch your terminal window and click on the description box. In the code string change the UTC default value...

How To: Fix lens diffusion issues when using Canon camera

In this video, lens diffusion issues for shooting video on Canon cameras are gone over, specifically the Canon 7D. Included is saranwrap, caprock filters and anamorphic lenses.

How To: Fix timing issues in Audacity

The new version of Audacity seems to have some timing issues related to latency. This tutorial explains to you how to fix these recording problems.

How To: Learn TikTok's 'Renegade' Dance in 20 Seconds

Two minutes on TikTok is all it takes to learn that Renegade is a huge deal. The song and the dance combined are a viral trend that shows no sign of stopping. Feeling left out? Let's change that. You can learn the entire dance in just 20 seconds.

News: Apple Releases iOS 13.2.2 to iPhones, Includes Fixes for Multitasking Bug and Dropped Cell Signal

If you're a beta tester, you know Apple released iOS 13.3 this week, bringing with it stability for multitasking as well as minor changes throughout the OS. It seems Apple doesn't want the rest of us to go without this critical patch, as the company releases iOS 13.2.2 today, Thursday, Nov. 7.

News: Apple's iOS 13.1.1 for iPhone Now Available, Includes Patches for Keyboard Security Flaw, Battery Drain Bug & More

Is Apple trying to set a record for the highest number of updates within a two-week period? You wouldn't be blamed for thinking so. Just eight days ago, Apple publicly released iOS 13.0 for all compatible iPhones. Then, just five days later, Apple seeded iOS 13.1 with 22 new features to boot. Now, just three days into 13.1's tenure, Apple has released yet another update, iOS 13.1.1.

News: Google Pixel Speaker Sound Distorted, Popping, or Staticky? Here's How to Fix It

The brand new Pixel and Pixel XL, Google's first direct attempts at taking on the iPhone, haven't rolled out exactly how Google would have liked. The devices have already had more than their fair share of issues, starting with the camera, and now extending to the built-in speaker. The camera issues were marked as "solved" by Google, but the lens flare is still very much there, just not as prominent.

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