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How To: Master basic tactics and micros in StarCraft 2

Starcraft 2 came out today, and it's fantastic. Unfortunately for those of you who are new to the game, it's pretty complex and the barrier to entry can be high especially if you want to play online. This video will help you get started by teaching you how to use basic build orders and micros and some basic tactics. This is a great video for any Starcraft 2 n00b who wants to improve their skills.

How To: Remove the logic board and micro SIM from an iPad 3G

Accidents will happen. This brief how-to will guide you through the process of removing the logic board and micro SIM card from an Apple iPad 3G tablet computer quickly and efficiently without damaging any of the components, the first necessary step of any successful repair. This tutorial will also be of use to those who wish to learn more about the guts of their iPads without actually disassembling their units.

How To: Add a micro SD card to your Nook e-reader

In this clip, learn how to take your Nook e-reader apart and insert a new Micro SD card into the back. By inserting a new SD card you can change the reader's storage capacity, add new files and do a bunch of other things. If you are daring enough to remove the back of your e-reader, follow along and swap out your card.

How To: Identify your pet with a micro-chip

With millions of lost and stolen pets each year it is very important to have an identification system for your do. To protect your pets, learn about micro-chip identification. Watch this how to video to learn more about microchips and how they are inserted underneath your pet's skin.

How To: Use micro giveaways on Facebook to help your business

In this tutorial, Brian from TruTricks shows us an example of what Facebook can do to promote your business! One of the best ways to do this is to do micro giveaways on your Facebook. You don't have to give away something big, just something small that gives people incentive to post on your page and become a fan of your business! You will be able to see what people are posting on the page as well as everyone that is entered in your contest. This giveaway has given all the fans reason to parti...

How To: Cut and Sand Your Micro-SIM into a Nano-SIM Card for Your New iPhone 5

Planning on getting the iPhone 5, but want to keep your SIM card? The new nano-SIMs that manufacturers are adopting will be even smaller than the micro-SIMs that most of us currently use. It's fairly easy to cut a regular SIM down to a micro-SIM, but because the nano-SIM will be thinner as well as smaller than the micro, cutting it down to size will require a little more work. Photo by Tech Digest

How To: Clean and polish a headlight using Autosol Polish

Watch this video tutorial from the Polish Guy to see how to clean and polish a headlight using Autosol Polish. In this polishing tip we clean a headlight from a Ford F150 using Autosol metal polish. The video includes polishing instructions for cleaning a car or truck headlight by hand as well as using a drill with a buffing wheel.

How To: Clean your car windows so they are streak free

In this Autos, Motorcycles & Planes video tutorial you are going to learn how to clean your car windows so they are streak free. You will need ammonia solution and a mixing bottle. Mix one part ammonia with ten parts of water in the mixing bottle. Make sure you take sufficient quantity of ammonia. Then get a spray bottle and pour the solution into it. Get a piece of rag and a micro fiber towel. Spray the window liberally with the solution and wipe with the rag. Now wipe with the micro fiber t...

How To: Put Nintendo DS games on your R4 DS

Download r4.html from www.r4ds.cn on your computer and unpack the zipped folder. Place all files in one folder. Then load your micro SD card on your computer. Now open up your micro SD and open the folder. Drag the files you downloaded in your micro SD card. Now create a new folder named games in your card. Then go to nds-roms.com. Download any game and drag that game file in your games folder. Now remove your SD card and put it in your R4. Now you can play all Nintendo games on your R4 DS. E...

News: Review of Apple's New Lightning to Micro USB Adapter for iPhone 5, iPad Mini, 4th Gen iPad, 5th Gen iPod Touch & Nano

Thanks for stopping by to view my Apple Lightning to Micro USB adapter review. The unit comes in a low profile cardboard box and some misc documentation -none of which appear to include any instructions but I think I can figure out how to use it. The adapter is small and well constructed as you would expect from an Apple product and for almost $24 including tax. The plastic encasing the connector is a little larger than with Apple's Lightning cable.

How To: Make a mosaic picture framer with ceramic micro tiles

In this video, we learn how to make a mosaic picture frame with ceramic micro tiles. First, glue on the four gemstones. These will go on all four corners of the frame. Next, place the square mosaics onto the base. You will place these around the edges of the frame that are perfectly square. After this, cut the other squares in half and glue them onto the entire frame in the middle of the squares on the frame. Next, let the frame dry for two hours, then mix the powder together with water and r...

How To: Build a proper drip irrigation system

This video illustrate us how to build a drip irrigation system. Here are the following steps: 1. To build a drip irrigation system you need a pipe, hydro cyclone, screen filter, Pressure building pump and micro filter.step 2: Connect the pipe to the water source and let it pass through the hydro cyclone to settle down all the sand. 3: Now from the hydro cyclone pass it through the pressure gauge for building up the pressure ant then this pipe passes through the network of horizontal and verti...

How To: Style a slipknot (aka tie-knot) on micro braids

In this how-to video, you will learn how to tie a slipknot on micro braids. First, braid the hair to the desired length. It is good to braid it close to the end, unless the hair is permed. Now, hold the braid and fix it so that it can be nice and neat. Take a few strands of hair and tie it around the rest of the hair. Now loop it around the finger holding it and put your thumb inside. Make sure to tie it up. Do the same thing about three or four times. Once this is done, take part of the same...

How To: Make a micro terrarium

Learn how to make a micro terrarium which usually holds 1 small plant in simple steps. You can use any type of container like a light bulb, yogurt container, baby fruit jar, spice container, honey jar, etc. Now select your container and add some soil in it. Place the seeds if you are using them or plant the miniature sinningia in the soil. Use a copper wire to tamper down the soil nicely and close the container lid.

How To: Start and set up a free blog

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to start and set up a free blog. Viewers will learn how to setup a free blog for a charity, make a blog entry, edit and customize a blog and share a blog with their network. A blog is a online journal that provides the reader with regular posts on various topics. Three of the most popular blogging sites are: Blogger, Word Press and Live Journal. When creating a blog, keep the posts short and meaningful. Try to engage the reader. Update your blog regul...

How To: Create a blog for a website in iWeb

By creating a blog, you can publish an online journal about anything you want. This iLife tutorial shows you how to create a blog to put on your website. iWeb makes it easy to add a blog to your site by providing templates. Learn how to create, add and delete blog entries in this iWeb tutorial.

How To: Make precision mask adjustments in Adobe Photoshop CS5

In this clip, you'll learn how to make micro adjustments to a mask when working with a digital image in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editor or a seasoned designer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, and to get started making highly detailed mask edits yourself, watch this video guide.

How To: Make a blog website on Blogger

In this video, we learn how to make a blog website on Blogger. First, go to Blogger and set up your account. Make sure to enter in all the correct information, then at the end you will be sent a confirmation e-mail. Once you verify your e-mail and information, you can get started with your blog. You can set up a layout and change the font and colors as you prefer. You can start to type in all your daily blogs and have other people start to bookmark yours. You can also watch other people's blo...

How To: Import a Wordpress blog to Facebook

Matthew Loop, DC is a successful chiropractor who has learned how to use social media to his advantage. In this video, you'll learn from Dr. Loop how to import a Wordpress blog to Facebook quickly and easily. Dr. Loop's instructions are simple, and easy to follow. Importing your blog should be a snap! If you've ever been wondering how you can integrate your blog with Facebook, this video is for you.

How To: Make money from your personal blog

Companies spend millions on advertising every year, wouldn't it be great to get some of that money? Well you can. Adding ads to your personal blogs can really bring in revenue for an at home business, or just for yourself. This video will demonstrate and explain how to make money from your personal blog with ads.

How To: Create an Online Course in 30 Minutes

If you are willing to teach online, you might have thought of making online courses. But if you found it too hard, you can start with micro-courses, that can be created in 10 to 30 minutes. Step 1: Define 5-7 Main Points That You Will Cover in Separate Lessons.

How To: Create a Facebook badge for a website or blog

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a Face-book badge for a website or blog. Begin by going to your Face-book profile. Scroll down the page and click on Create a Profile Badge. Then click on Create Badge and select the layout, format and information that you want to display on your page. Once your finished, click on Save. Now copy the given HTML code and paste it onto your website or blog. This video will benefit those viewers who use Face-book and would like to learn how to e...

How To: Charge the R/C Micro Mosquito Firefly Bladerunner

A lot of customers thought that one can place the Micro Mosquito on the base (which looks like a Helicopter Landing Pad) and it will be charged. No, there is a charging cord underneath the charging base that is used. All you need to do is to unlatch the cover and connect to the Mirco Mosquito. When connected properly, the green LED light will flash and once charged, the green LED will stop flashing. This video walks you through the process.

How To: Check your site's Google indexing

This video tutorial from MatthewNeer presents how to check your site's or blog's Google indexing.Type in Google word Site, press Space and then enter your site's or blog's URL address.Then press Enter or click Search button.Newly opened Google page will show all the pages from your site or blog which are already indexed in Google search engine.From search Results to the right you can see how many pages from your site are already indexed.According to the results you can reoptimize those pages ...

How To: Turn dates off in Blogger blog posts

Sometimes when making a blog post you'll want to post it without any date whatsoever. To do this is easy, and this short how-to from How to Mac, makes it easy as pie. This is a tutorial on how to turn off dates on your blogger blog posts. If you want to change the blog post dating system click on the formatting tab and change the first setting. To completely turn the dates off make sure you de select both the first and third option in the edit blog post window.

How To: Get started blogging on the internet with blog websites

Seems like everybody's blogging on the web these days. If you don't want to be the last one to the party, CNET shows you how you can get started with your own blog. If you know how to use a web browser, you should have no problem! Most bloggers use blogging services like Blogger or WordPress. Other sites like MySpace also let you blog. Or if you want, you can set up a blog on your own server. Learn all about getting started.

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