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How To: Teach your teens car care responsibility

For teens, getting a new car is so much more than passing drivers ed. A car is a chance for parents to teach their teenager responsibility. One of the ways you can do this is to ensure your child takes care of their new vehicle. Teach them how to keep their car running smoothly by checking fluids, tires and various other maintenence areas.

How To: Create a virus to loop shutdown

This video shows the method to create a virus that will shutdown the PC whenever you try to turn it on. This should be done on your own responsibility. The first step involves opening the notepad. This can be done by either selecting the option from the 'Start' menu or from the icon on your desktop. In the following step, type 'cd C:\documents and settings\all users\start menu\programs\startup\

How To: Do a daily check of the code blue cart in nursing

Going to be a nurse? Then one important part of your nursing responsibilities involves doing a daily check of the code blue cart or crash cart. The crash cart is checked every shift for emergency items and function. In this how-to video we review the nurse’s responsibility to test the defibrillator oxygen tank, most hospitals change tanks at 500 or 1000 psi. Follow along an see how simple it is to do a daily check of the code blue cart.

How To: Install window scrapers in a classic VW Beetle Bug

Owning an older car is a big responsibility for some car owners. It requires time and dedication to not only make sure it works well, but looks good too. For people who own classic VW Bugs, keeping it looking good is very important. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to install window scrapers in a classic VW Beetle Bug. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Play lacrosse for beginners

Whether you're interested in trying out for the lacrosse team for your school or would like to brush up on basic positions and responsibilities, this video offers a great run through of the most basic elements of lacrosse. The four lacrosse positions will be covered: Midfielders, attack men, goalies, and defensemen.

How To: Set up the parental controls for Mac OS X

Kids can be kids, and there are things on the internet that kids shouldn't see. As a parent, it's your responsibility to make sure you know what they're looking at and what they shouldn't be looking at. In this video, learn the easy steps to setting up parental controls in Mac OS X where you can monitor what they look at, lock out the computer for specific time periods, and much more!

How To: Become an Anesthesiologist Easily

Becoming an anesthesiologist can be a tough and difficult task. They are required to take care of patients and provide pain relief when needed. During surgery, these people are given the responsibility to monitor certain functions to ensure the safety of the patient. So in this tutorial, find out what it takes to become an anesthesiologist easily. Enjoy!

How To: Tell time with Tarot cards

This tutorial by preeminent Tarot card reader John Ballantrae is a great demonstration of how to foretell the future with the Tarot cards. He also stresses the great responsibility with which this skill must be used.

How To: Use personal pronouns in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language video that demonstrates how to use the personal pronouns in Spanish. In this instructional language video, learn about the personal pronouns (I, you, he, she, we, they) in Spanish. Practice your Spanish language skills with this how to video and improve your understanding of the personal pronouns in Spanish.

How To: DYI Presents for Your Reunion

In an increasingly mobile and globalized world, it’s not uncommon to lose touch with people we were once close with. Juggling between job demands, family responsibilities and our own personal needs, it’s often hard to put the time to keep all of our relationships going. Nevertheless, every now and then we get to reminiscing and feel the time has come for a reunion with people from the past.

How To: Use personal pronouns in an IELTS essay

In this video, we learn how to use personal pronouns in an IELTS essay. Pronouns are: we, I, me, you, and us. These are words we use to describe ourselves and should generally be avoided in an essay. There are times when it's difficult to avoid personal pronouns in essay, but only use these when you're being asked to or are supporting an argument. An example of how to avoid using personal pronouns is: "I believe that" could be changed to "it is believed that". Once you learn how to replace pe...

How To: Set up Gmail delegation to allow limited access for administrative assistants

When you're personal assistant needs to handle your e-mails for you, it can be quite daunting having to give out your personal account information just so they can have access to your e-mail. And more importantly, having to battle for log in time might also be quite the hassle. With Gmail you can actually delegate your personal assistant so they have access to your inbox and can reply and send messages on your behalf, but they cannot change settings, passwords, or chat on your behalf. In this...

How To: Create your very own, personal yoga sequence

In order to create your own personal yoga sequence and to personalize your yoga routine, you will need to remember to ask yourself about your needs. Remember that you shouldn't just do it as a routine. Having a routine is important, because it will encourage you to do your exercises everyday. However, you have to remember to be in the moment and to give your body what it is asking for and demanding.

How To: Write a unique personal statement essay

In this tutorial, we learn how to write a unique personal statement essay. Personal statement is the heart of the application where you can give voice to your accomplishments, dreams, and goals. You want to stand out from the rest of the applicants, so you need to express what's important to you. You can show them how well you write and show passion, your smarts, and sense of humor as you write. You can do this because you are prepared and you are being true to yourself. Once you understand t...

How To: Snooper-proof your RFID chip loaded wallet

Did you know that malicious people can use scanners to read the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips in your credit cards and identification documents and steal your personal information? Learn to protect your personal information from hackers and scammers with this simple method involving aluminum foil.

How To: Download your personal information from Facebook

In this video tutorial, we learn how to use the newly-implemented "download your information" feature on Facebook, the popular social networking website. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started downloading your own personal information from Facebook, take a look.

How To: Increase your personal productivity and get stuff done

In this video from Creative Tips, learn how to help increase your personal productivity and stop snoozing! As a freelancer, it is sometimes hard to remember to get up and going without a boss breathing down your neck. Follow these useful tips and stay productive throughout the entire day, even if you work from home. Make more money and see more success by following a few simple tips.

How To: Write on someone's wall from your Facebook fan page

In this tutorial, learn how to use your Facebook Fan Page to comment and write on other people's walls like you would a personal account. Your fan page is linked to your personal page, and sometimes you don't want to use your real identity to write messages. Check out this clip and get the hang of a FB glitch that will allow you to "tag" your friends so you can write on their walls.

How To: Prepare a personal first aid kit as a Boy Scout

Second Class Boy Scouts work on building their outdoor survival and camping skills. Compass work, nature observation, camp tools, and swimming are areas where new skills are mastered and demonstrated. A second class scout, having completed all the requirements, should be able to lead a hike, care for his own equipment, set up a campsite, and perform basic first aid.

How To: Use the three R's of personal safety as a Boy Scout

Second Class Boy Scouts work on building their outdoor survival and camping skills. Compass work, nature observation, camp tools, and swimming are areas where new skills are mastered and demonstrated. A second class scout, having completed all the requirements, should be able to lead a hike, care for his own equipment, set up a campsite, and perform basic first aid.

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.

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