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How To: Pack patrol boxes with useful items while camping

In this video tutorial, viewers learn about patrol boxes. There are two patrol boxes that are mentioned in this video. The materials that are contained in the first box are: a twin burner stove, propane lantern , adapter hose, propane converter, fat wood, fire starter, matches or lighter, trash bags, aluminum foil, rope and a large paper mat. The materials contained in the second box are: several sized pots, pot lids, frying pan, griddle, colander, backpacking gear, plates, cutting board, tow...

How To: Make a toilet paper wedding dress

The video gives tips to participate in a toilet paper wedding dress making contest. It gives the participant tips on how to make a winner's dress. Contestants are asked to begin with some inspiration by looking at previous winner's dresses, going through real dresses or by using their own imagination. Their next step is to gather the required materials. Participants must take good photos of their dresses in multiple angles and they can even shoot a video of their dress making. Some points on ...

How To: Understand electrotonic & action potentials in a cell

Maybe you learn best by seeing things worked out in front of you and what you just saw in class today about Electronic action potential of neurons didn't quite sink in. Not to mention the test that you have coming up this week is going to be an in-depth analysis of your knowledge on this material. Let Khanacademy be your guide! For less than half the time it takes to sit through the Professors class, he explains the function of Neurons, how action potential works and sends you on your way to ...

How To: Mention someone else's account name on Twitter

In this clip, you'll learn how to properly mention someone else on Twitter. What do President Obama, the Dalai Lama and Justin Bieber have in common? Why, they're all on Twitter, of course. Join the party. Whether you're new to Twitter's popular microblogging application or just missed a few of the essentials along the way, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial.

How To: Download and use clipart in Microsoft Office: Mac 2008

Clip Art from Microsoft Office allows you to insert stock photos into you PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Entourage documents easily. You can gain access to the Office Clip Art site easily in any of the mentioned applications. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to download and use clipart from Office Online in this how-to video. You can get free stock images of low-priced professional quality photos.

How To: Build a laser microphone

Listen to conversations over long distances with a homemade laser listening device. All you'll need is a laser pointer, tripod, old pair of headphones, photocell, a recording device, and the step-by-step instructions in this how-to video. The creator of this video tutorial does not mention the need for sophisticated software. But the principle is quite sound. If you can figure it out, you can eavesdrop and spy on whoever.

How To: Use and get the right materials for making a fursuit or other costume

Cosplay-friendly conventions are going through a sort of renaissance right now. AnimeExpo, ComiCon, A-Kon, PAX. All over the country people are dressing up as anime characters and furry animals and filling exhibition halls to mingle. If you want to have a really badass costume, you're going to need the right materials. In this video, a semi-professional costume-maker will walk you through the materials you need to make a great fursuit or other elaborate costume and where to get them.

How To: Install Windows 7 on a Mac using VMWare Fusion

Even Mac users want to use Windows sometimes! Using VMWare Fusion, you can run Windows 7 at the same time that you are running Mac OS X without the need for rebooting like in boot camp. This makes it easy to switch between your Mac files and Windows files at ease. Make sure your computer can handle running two operating systems simultaneously!

How To: Do the impressive super fast color change card trick

Hey folks, learn how to perform one of the fastest (not to mention easiest) card tricks in the world! See how to do the super fast color change card trick. There's no real magic here, just a little sleight of hand, or a lot of it. If you're fast enough, this color change will amaze anyone. Magician or no magician, anyone can do this impressive color changing card trick.

How To: Gift Wrap Using Recycled Materials with Threadbanger

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to gift wrap using recycled material. The materials need for this project are: a potato, large paper bag, tape, ribbon and paint. Begin by cutting the potato in half and draw a simple shape onto the sliced surface of the potato. Then cut out the negative part of the shape with a knife. Now open the bottom of the paper bag and cut down the side so that it lays flat. Then brush some paint onto the potato stamp and press it down along the paper to form a...

How To: Make meat stuffed grape leaves

In this clip, learn how to make a Greek specialty: meat stuffed grape leaves. These yummy snacks are easy to put together and provide tons of snacking enjoyment - not to mention they cover tons of food groups! Mix it up and add meat to this typically vegetarian side dish for a fun new flavor. Enjoy!

How To: Pair your phone in a 2010 Toyota head unit

It is dangerous to talk on the phone while driving - not to mention it carries a hefty ticket fine in most states. In this tutorial, learn how to connect your Bluetooth phone to a 2010 Toyota head unit for both safer calling and streaming music. This is actually quite easy and you can hook up four phones at once if need be. Enjoy this easy, advanced new way to hook up your phone.

How To: Race your car on the big track of Willow Springs

This video shows a few laps around the big track at Willow Springs International raceway. Colin an instructor at Willow Springs Raceway. He mentions safety rules and race etiquette. He goes over the apex's of turns and vehicle placement. This is a great intro to auto racing and a great chance to experience Nascar in the driver's seat.

How To: Retouch photos in Photoshop CS4 with new tools

Retouching images is one of the main reasons the world loves Photoshop, and version CS4 has added some new twists and tools to your retouching options. Rediscover the Adjustment layers through the powerful Adjustments panel in Photoshop CS4. Colin Smith shows you all the main features as well as using the new Mask panel. The revamped Dodge, Burn and Sponge tools are mentioned too in this image retouching Photoshop CS4 tutorial.

How To: Make a gemstone round bezel necklace

Gemstone necklaces are quick to make at home, not to mention cheaper and more customized. To make a gemstone round bezel necklace, you'll need a round bezel finding, a gemstone to match the finding, a jewelry chain, and bent chain nose pliers. Learn how to make a gemstone round bezel necklace by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Texture 3D objects with materials in Blender

Materials allow you to just the colors and specularity of your 3D models. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Cookie. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on applying materials to your own Blender models, take a look!

How To: Model procedural tile material in 3D Studio Max 2010

This clip will walk you through how to create a procedural tile material in 3D Studio Max. It also covers composite materials, masks and noises. Whether you're new to Autodesk's popular modeling software or a seasoned 3D artist just looking to better acquaint yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, take a look!

How To: Renew your deck with composite materials with Lowe's

As your home ages, so does your deck in the backyard, but there are ways to resolve this issue. If that wooden deck is looking weathered or worn, you can simply replace the components with composite materials without a complete rebuild. Composite doesn't splinter or have knots, and it's low maintenance. This two-part video, brought to you by Lowe's, will show you exactly how to renew your deck with composite decking.

How To: Create rigid material tileable textures in Photoshop

Mike demonstrates how to create seamless tileable textures using just Photoshop. In episode #40, Mike used a Photoshop plugin called imageSynth to create similar textures of organic materials. However, in this episode, Mike explains how its probably better to use Photoshop alone when it comes to more rigid textures such as wood and tile. These textures can then be applied to your SketchUp models. See how to create perfect, detailed wood, tile, and other floor textures in Photoshop for use in ...

How To: Loop still images to fake a 3-dimensional movement over a surface

In this tutorial, After Effects is used in actual realtime to create a video comp that simulates a forward three-dimensional movement. Several images are arranged into a layered, three-dimensional composition, and a single image is tiled into a surface pattern that is offset tilted and scrolled forward indefinitely. Several additional elements are also mentioned to add realism and depth to the forward scrolling movement, including foreground elements, background images, camera shake, camera p...

How To: Perform an easy sleight of hand tap card trick

Learn how to perform an easy sleight of hand card trick . First, see the demonstration performance of this easy and simple card trick, then see how the magic illusion is done, showing you the whole truth of how it's done. This is a great magic trick for your friends, not to mention a fun card trick to try out. With just a little tap... and it's magic!

How To: Play Mahjong

There was this game called Mahjong that originated in China, and this game needed four players, and this game involved skill, strategy, calculation, and a little thing called chance, not to mention a few tiles or cards. Well, this game is not a thing of the past, Mahjong is played all over the world, a lot of the times as a gambling game, but here in this video tutorial you'll learn how to play Mahjong for simple fun with a few house rules.

How To: Edit video in QuickTime Pro

While not an ideal video editor, QuickTime Pro can, in a pinch, be a flexible, powerful (and not to mention cheap) expedient. In this how-to, Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the simple but powerful tool QuickTime Pro and how it can be used to edit and compile video.

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