Learn how to make a metropolitan from skilled bartender Anthony Caporale. Spice up your cocktail with a variation of a Manhattan: the Metropolitan. Make sure you grab the brandy and not the bourbon for this martini.
Check out this instructional Hungarian language video to learn how to speak Hungarian! In this lesson, learn how to pronounce the letters GY, A-O, and NY in Hungarian. This video provides phrases exclusively in Hungarian without English translation or subtitles. This instructional language video is better for advanced Hungarian speakers who need to improve their pronunciation skills. Practice your Hungarian and learn how to pronounce the letters GY, A-O, and NY.
In this cooking how to video, Mark Bittman, from the NY Times, demystifies a fancy French dessert. Watch the video lesson as he make clementine clafoutis. Clementine clafoutis is a delicious fruit dish with pancake around. Try this dessert recipe from the dining section of the NY Times.
Here is one the most elegant seafood dishes you can imagine. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, poaches fish in lettuce for a simple and sophisticated entree. Watch closely as there are only four ingredients for fish wrapped in romaine leaves recipe from the NY Times.
We all love pancakes, but how making them nutritious out of whole grains. In this how to video the Mark Bittman, from the NY Times, makes nutritious pancakes delicious. Watch as he mixes up fluffy and light pancakes spiced with cinnamon and coriander. Try this recipe from the food section. Top your homemade whole grain flap jacks with your favorite toppings.
I've often marvelled at the complex worlds people come up with on Minecraft. I particularly enjoy looking at maps with skyscrapers and modern structures in modern cities. If you're one of those people too, check out this sneak peek for a tour of a world-class city containing replicas of buildings including the Trump Tower, BMO and one of my favourites: The Bellagio Hotel! The world has been made on the XBOX 360 by a very creative user with the gamertag: TH3 3ND 0F TiM3.
Apple has some great features aimed at making the lives of globetrotters and mall aficionados significantly easier, such as having detailed floor plans for airports and shopping centers in its native Maps app. With this feature available in Apple Maps, you no longer need to rely on publicly posted maps and directions that are often hard to understand.
A quiche is a crust with a custard in it. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, deconstructs quiche for a delicious breakfast treat. Watch and learn how to mix eggs, cream and cheese for a perfect crustless quiche.
Mark Bittman of the New York Times, reveals the secret of the modern mixed drink. His theory is that a good cocktail consists of alcohol, something sweet, and something sour. Eighty percent of cocktails are made with this formula. Watch this video to see how this theory applies to several classic cocktails.
Lavender is a very underrated herb,and not many people use it for cooking. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, adds an unusual flavor to an old favorite. Watch and learn how to cook pasta with lavender. All you need for this NY Time recipe is: zucchini, carrot, red pepper, oil, garlic, lavender and pasta.
You can make a rice salad out of almost anything. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes a rice salad with Indian ingredients and spices. You could grab some carrots, bell peppers, parsley and a vinaigrette to toss with leftover rice. Watch and see how Mr. Bittman prepares his version on an Indian style rice salad.
Get ready for an artichoke recipe that everyone will enjoy made with baby artichokes. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, demonstrates a recipe he invented to show off miniature artichokes. Grab the small vegetables, thyme, garlic, olives and tomatoes for this provencal recipe.
You can't have Memorial Day without a barbecue. But what if it is raining outside? In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, sears, braises and broils ribs for a rainy, indoor Memorial Day BBQ. Grab your beef spare ribs, brown them on both sides and prepare for a delicious broiled dinner.
In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes a sandwich of two chicken breasts and sauteed greens. This is a minimalist's recipe as it doesn't require that many ingredients. Cook some garlic, pine nuts, spinach and cranberries until they wilt and use this mixture to stuff the chicken breasts. Tie the stuffed chicken breasts and cook on a hot pan.
Here is a streamline and completely grownup dessert recipe. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, lets a sweet, buttery apple cake have a drink. Watch as he prepares a bourbon apple cake. Use quartered apples, sugar, butter, eggs, flour, salt and baking powder. Don't forget to soak it in the bourbon sauce.
In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, goes south of the border for St. Patrick's Day. Watch as he shows you how to prepare Mexican dish of chicken with salsa verde. For this green sauce recipe you will need pumpkin seeds, serano chili, tomatillos, avocados, coriander, poblano chili, scallions and many other green veggies.
For some people tomato soup is perfect straight from the can. For others, tomato soup can only be prepared in August when tomatoes are perfect. In this how to video Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, shows how to make an off season roasted tomato soup with a celebrity chef. Watch Mark and Mr. Tomato face cook up a great roasted recipe.
What is an ingredient that is always there and almost no one uses? Cabbage. In this cooking how to tutorial NYTimes.com Mark Bittman, The Minimalist, makes a crunchy midwinter salad with a frequently looked-over vegetable. Grab your shredded cabbage, carrots, coarse salt and top with olive oil for a great side dish.
Learn how to use the Shape Tools to create dynamic motion graphics elements in After Effects. This tutorial was recorded as part of a session at the 2007 NY Post Production Conference. Watch and learn how to effectively use the shape tools in After Effects CS3 for your motion graphics and compositing projects.
Continuing with its new paradigm of using augmented reality to cover the news, The New York Times has published a feature story that takes a peek into the late David Bowie's eclectic wardrobe of on-stage outfits.
Love the Yankees? This clip will teach NY Yankees logo playercard emblem in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Emblem Editor.
If you've just started to learn how to dance the salsa, you may need a little help with your rhythm. In this video, you'll learn just that. Addicted2Salsa helps you dance on 2 (NY/PR) timing. It's starting to be very popular. SO familiarize yourself with on2 timing and the clave and the very important conga slap. This salsa beat will help improve your moves, and it should help everyone. Make it a part of your daily schedule-- play the track at least 3 times a day.
People are often afraid of octopus, probably because they don't know how to prepare it. In this how to video Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes octopus accessible to those who might be squeamish. Watch as he prepares this Spanish seafood recipe for your. Try this octopus dish straight from Galicia. Grab your octopus, potatoes and boil in water. Serve with an olive oil and pimenton.
News: New York Times AR Coverage of Guatemala Volcano Disaster Shows AR Isn't Ready for Breaking News
The latest augmented reality feature from The New York Times gives readers a close-up view of the damage left behind by the eruption of Volcán de Fuego in Guatemala earlier this month.
Watch this two part video to learn how to make your own NY style pizza from scratch. Part 1 of 2 - How to Make your own NY style pizzas from scratch.
Argo AI is coming late to the party, but has begun testing a fleet of driverless cars in hopes of developing robo-taxi services to eventually compete against those that Waymo, Uber, Cruise Automation, and others plan to offer.
A 5-year-old girl was injured after the battery in another Samsung phone exploded in China. The Samsung Note 4 was reportedly charging next to the sleeping girl when it blew up in her Guizhou-based home.
It's hard to believe it's already been a year since I was frantically searching every Best Buy in the Los Angeles metropolitan area to find one with a Chromecast in stock.
News: Augmented Reality Reporting from NY Times Shows That Military Perpetrated Syria Chemical Attack
In its latest feature with an assist from augmented reality in storytelling, the New York Times shows readers the virtual crime scene it constructed to prove that the Syrian military conducted chemical warfare against its citizens.
It may not bother you so much, but think about your significant other, or your children, your mother… your dog. You may be keeping them all up with your noisy nose. Snoring is no joke, especially if you're the one trying to sleep on the other side of the bed. Here's author and leading ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Jordan Josephson with some tips to stop snoring. If you want to stop snoring, these tips are your best best. Get more information at Howdini.
The CEC, Canada Experience Class, is a new program to help a person who has held residency in Canada gain permanent residency status. The program realizes that, by going to school or living in Canada while working, many people have the skills necessary to make the transition to live in Canada permanently. To qualify for CEC, you must be a temporary worker living in Canada for at least two years with two years of skilled working experience. A second way you can qualify is by being a foreign gr...
Traditional media institution The New York Times continues to break new ground in its augmented reality news coverage, this time with a 3D volumetric capture of model Ashley Graham.
A recent case of Powassan virus has been reported in Saratoga County and may have been the cause of the infected patient's death. It's the 24th case in New York State since 2000, and will be reported to the CDC tomorrow, the NY Department of Health told Invisiverse. The tick-borne illness has no vaccine or specific treatments and can damage the nervous system.
News: 'Atlanta' Actor Lakeith Stanfield Walks an Augmented Reality Tightrope for New York Times Magazine
The New York Times has made a habit of publishing augmented reality stories throughout 2018, and now the media giant's magazine is getting into the act, too.
News: New York Times Lets You Visit Statue of Liberty's Torch Without Trip to NYC via Augmented Reality
While a new museum to house the original torch of the Statue of Liberty is under construction on Liberty Island and scheduled to open in May 2019, New York Times readers can now view the sculpture in their own space through augmented reality.
News: New York Times Leads Readers on an AR Journey Through the Cave That Trapped the Thai Soccer Team
One of the more compelling human interest stories of the summer has been the plight of the Thai Wild Boars soccer team, who were trapped in a cave for weeks.
News: Walmart Shoppers Can Now Use Their Smartphones to Become Marvel's Black Panther via Augmented Reality
Marvel and Walmart are looking to capitalize on the uber-successful Black Panther film with a mobile augmented reality app designed to push the franchise's merchandise.
As part of its ARCore push this week, Google has promoted Just a Line from one-time AR experiment to a full-fledged app.
OnePlus has officially given us a date for when the OnePlus 5T will be announced. We've known about most of the specs for a while, and we just found out about the potential pricing, so a release date is the final piece of the puzzle. Consider this puzzle solved.
Those of us with modern smartphones know that 4G LTE networks have provided us with a phenomenal experience. One light years beyond what we had access to before. For some time, AT&T has been teasing its dive into the next iteration of network speeds, agonizingly doing so without any specific dates for when they would actually deliver. But today, AT&T confirmed what they call the "5G Evolution," and it's available now.