In this two part tutorial, learn a very cool magic trick that will have people stunned! In this video, magician Jason Younger will teach you how to rip a full sized phonebook in half! The secret behind this trick is actually a lot simpler than you would imagine, and no one will be able to guess how you are doing it.
This is a great illusion of strength from Revision3 and Scam School. Learn how to rip a phonebook in half with magician Brian Brushwood and strongman Dennis Rogers. Brian Bushwood is an American magician known for his bizarre magic and bar tricks. Watch this instructional video from Scam School to learn how to rip a phonebook in half. This is strength school.
Prank calls are almost as old as the phone itself, but have entered a beautiful renaissance in the digital era. No need for the phonebook or a pay phone service anymore! This video will show you how to make really good, funny prank calls in the 21st century, including a rundown of necessary equipment and help with technique.
Learn to fly... paper airplanes. In this video tutorial, John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, shows you how to fold and fly the Tumbling Wing paper airplane.
The science-fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke, once said, "That any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic". Who would have thought that we could create a wave of air with a piece of cardboard, and fly a folded sheet of telephone book paper on the wave of air? With this three-part video tutorial, you can find out how you can fly a piece of paper, making it surf on a wave of air. See how to make an origami tumblewing glider.
Learn how to insert a SIM card in an iPhone along with the other great features that come with it in this free computers and modern electronics video clip. This is important if you're trying to unlock it for other carriers or international plans. The SIM card also hold all of your information and can help to restore your phonebook if the iPhone is damaged.
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It seems impossible. Ripping one piece of paper is effortless. Ripping a small stack of papers takes a little force. But ripping a book? No way! Actually, it can be done, but only with a telephone book. This tutorial will show you how to rip a phonebook in half, quickly and easily. This is a great trick to perform at parties to impress your friends.
Phone numbers often contain clues to the owner's identity and can bring up a lot of data during an OSINT investigation. Starting with a phone number, we can search through a large number of online databases with only a few clicks to discover information about a phone number. It can include the carrier, the owner's name and address, and even connected online accounts.
Check out this video tutorial to see how to bluesnarf a Nokia 6310i handset (cell phone). What is Bluesnarfing exactly?
If you're having a little trouble operating your newly purchased Motorola Nextel i60c cell phone, let Sprint help you out. This Sprint interactive mobile phone tutorial takes you through every step necessary to fully familiarize yourself with the i60c cell phone by Motorola. This instructional tour will help you learn how to use Nextel Direct Connect - Digital Walkie-Talkie, Nextel Online, Mobile Office Email, Nextel Mobile Text Messaging, Speakerphone, Universal Headset Jack, Advanced Phoneb...
Ever hear of Spokeo? No, it's not a city in Washington state. It's a website called Spokeo.com, and it marks the complete end of privacy on the internet. If your phone number and address has been posted in a phone book, it's on there. If you own a house, chances are there's a picture of it. If you have a Facebook profile, it's probably listed.
Tearing a phonebook in half lengthwise might seem like an impossible feat of strength. Yet, the trick was commonly performed by strongmen at fairs, at the beginning of the century, along with bending iron bars, pipes and pans. Tear a phone book in half.