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How To: Build your own functional boom microphone

Joe Richardson, Five Sprockets consultant, demonstrates how to build your own functional boom microphone. First, if you don't already have one, get a microphone from your local electronics store. Then, pick up a mic holder. Next, you'll also need a telescoping pole like a painter's pole. You'll also need zip ties and metal bonding glue. A piece of fake fur from a fabric store will act as a wind sock to cut down on noise. Attach the mic head to the painter's pole with the metal bonding glue. N...

How To: Choose the right adhesive for a repair job

Depending on the job at hand, you're going to want to choose the right drill glue. There are different adhesives that will work better with metal, wood, glass, ceramic tile, or anything else you might need to bond, and that have different techniques for using. Watch this video home improvement tutorial and learn how to pick the right glue for the repair job at hand.

How To: Install photovoltaic laminates for easy solar power

Installing clean, reliable, inflation-proof solar power is easier than ever thanks to the invention of thin-film photovoltaic (PV) laminates that can be bonded directly onto metal roofing panels. Unlike crystalline PV material, there's no need for obtrusive racks and heavy, expensive glass. Instead, unbreakable thin-film PV is produced using amorphous silicon, encapsulated in Teflon and other polymers. Watch this video to learn how to install PV laminates on your own roof.

How To: Make a tripod for your iPhone camera

The iPhone has some pretty awesome video capabilities. Whether you are working with Cycorder from a jailbroken 2G or 3G, or Apple's own video camera in the 3GS, you will get pretty great picture resolution in a handy pocket size. In this tutorial, learn how to create your own tripod, on the cheap, for use with your otherwise handheld device. This will help you keep your image steady and stable and take great shots.

How To: Create a new Ruby on Rails project from the Mac OS X terminal

In this clip, we learn how to use the Mac OS X terminal to generate a new Ruby on Rails project (provided, of course, that you have both Ruby and Rails already installed). Whether you're entirely new to Ruby on Rails 3 or are a seasoned developer merely looking to brush up on a few of the basics, you're sure to find much to take away. For more information, take a look!

How To: Use date and time functions in Ruby

New to the Ruby programming language or simply looking to brush up on your skills? In this installation from his Rubyology series of Ruby tutorials, YouTube user cmatthieu demonstrates some of the cool time functions supported by the Ruby programming language. Make time for and with this how-to.

How To: Create an admin user CRUD in Ruby on Rails 3

In this free video programming lesson, we learn how to create an admin user CRUD in Ruby on Rails 3. Whether you're entirely new to Ruby on Rails 3 or are a seasoned developer merely looking to brush up on a few of the basics, you're sure to find much to take away. For all of the details, watch this quality video guide from the folks at Lynda.

How To: Apply stylesheets when using Ruby on Rails 3

In this free video programming lesson, we learn how to use stylesheets within Ruby on Rails 3. Whether you're entirely new to Ruby on Rails 3 or are a seasoned developer merely looking to brush up on a few of the basics, you're sure to find much to take away. For all of the details, watch this quality video guide from the folks at Lynda.

How To: Work with Ruby on Rails 3 relationship types

In this free video programming lesson, we learn how to work with relationship types when writing an application with Ruby on Rails 3. Whether you're entirely new to Ruby on Rails 3 or are a seasoned developer merely looking to brush up on a few of the basics, you're sure to find much to take away. For more information, take a look!

How To: Do Wizard of Oz ruby slippers inpsired eye makeup

There's no place like home, to create this Wizard of Oz inspired ruby slippers eye look. Red might seem goth, but the silver makes this eye makeup seem pretty and unique. The cosmetic products used to create this look are from NYX, MAC, Wet 'n Wild, E.L.F., Pure Luxe, and Revlon. Watch this video makeup application tutorial and learn how to do a Wizard of Oz ruby slippers inspired eye makeup look.

How To: Use Ruby on Rails for computer programming

This screencast is a pair programming session between David Heinemeier Hansson and Miles K. Forrest. Miles is new to web application programming and a "bunny hill" Ruby on Rails developer at best. If you're new to Ruby on Rails this 35 minute screencast programming tutorial might help point you in the right direction.

How To: Bond in birthing centers

Oded Preis MD FAAP Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SUNY Downstate Brooklyn Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory. In this DrMDK video, he discusses what bonding is and how to bond in birthing centers.

Basics of Ruby: Part 1 (Data Types/Data Storage)

Ruby is a dynamic, general-purpose programming language created by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto in Japan around the mid-90's. It has many uses but with it's flexibility, it makes a great language to write exploits in. In fact, the entire Metasploit Framework is written in Ruby! The sole purpose of this series is to teach hackers the basics of Ruby, along with some more advanced concepts that are important in hacking.

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