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How To: Use Screen Pinning in Android 9.0 Pie to Lock Apps in the Foreground

Screen pinning is a fairly unknown feature despite the fact that it's been around since 2014. It's a helpful security tool that limits access to your device to only one app β€” perfect for those times when someone asks to borrow your phone. While previous versions kept this feature exactly the same, Android 9.0 Pie's new multitasking UI changes the way it works.

How To: Everything You Need to Know About Pinning a Tweet

Pinning a tweet is a great way to get the point across because it's the first post people see when they visit your Twitter profile. When you pin a tweet, reply, or retweet, it sticks to the top of your profile, whether you create new tweets or not. It's the perfect spot to place one of your more popular tweets, a fantastic blog you wrote, or even just a joke that shows your personality.

How To: Use corner pinning in Holomatrix for After Effects

Many science fiction feature films and TV shows feature holographic communication and interfaces. Specifically, this video addresses how to use corner pinning within Holomatrix. Red Giant Holomatrix allows you to easily recreate that effect with just a few clicks. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular motion graphics and compositing software or a seasoned video professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with Red Giant Holomatrix, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial...

How To: Do a multiple strand twisted bun for long hair

Britney, our host, shows how to create a multiple strand twist. Start with a high ponytail with a section of the hair twisted around to cover the rubber band. Take small sections of hair, about half an inch, and start twisting it. Keep twisting until it starts to coil up. Secure it with a bobby pin. Continue twisting sections of hair and pinning them to the head. Start pinning the sections to one side, and work your way around to the other side. Once you have worked your way all the way aroun...

How To: Unwrap UVs on a 3D human head model in Blender

In this tutorial, you'll see how to unwrap the UVs on a human head model in Blender (including the use of seams and pinning). Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Cookie. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, take a look!

How To: Fake a bob haircut by tucking your hair under

Have you ever wondered how you would look with shorter hair? What about how you would look with a bob, or a lob (long bob) that's recently been worn by A-list starlets like Gwyneth Paltrow and Eva Longoria? Well, thankfully you don't need to chop your precious long locks off to get a taste for this hot hairstyle.

How To: UV unwrap a full human body in Blender

In this Blender 2.5 video tutorial, you'll see how to UV unwrap a full, stylized female character. The tutorial covers creating seams, unwrapping, pinning and techniques to reduce stretching. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Cookie. For more information, includi...

How To: Style a loopy side bun Apostolic/Pentecostal hairdo

In order to style your hair in a loopy side bun, reminiscent of Apostolic/Pentacostal hairdos, you will need to begin by sectioning your hair, separating the bangs from the rest of your hair. Make a ponytail, placing the ponytail low and behind one ear. The last time that you pull your hair through the ponytail holder, donβ€šÄôt pull the ponytail all of the way through. Allow part of it to billow out. Spray it with hairspray. Divide the extended hair into sections. As if making pin curls, wrap ...

How To: Create your own instant headband style

To create almost any headband look, start by using a real human hair headband with extensions. Mostly, the extensions will come with an interchangeable headband for different colors. Now, start by pinning back the front crown area of your hair, if you have bangs you can leave them out of the hair that you are pinning back. Secure the crown of your hair with bobby pins. The headband with extensions should have three little combs. These will help secure the extension and the headband onto your ...

How To: Style a cute and curly retro hairstyle

In this tutorial, we learn how to style a cute and curly retro hairstyle. Start off by sectioning your hair off and starting on the underneath area of your side. Now, take your hair into sections and curl them into curlers. While these are sitting, take the top back portion of your hair and curl the hair, then place them into curlers as well. Continue to do this for all of the sections in your hair, pinning with bobby pins to keep them secure. Allow these to sit in your hair for around an hou...

How To: Do braided hairstyles step by step

In this tutorial, we learn how to do braided hairstyles step by step. To begin, make a small section an inch wide and then section it into three parts. Cross them over like a braid, and as you go along, pick up pieces from each side and work it into each braid. Keep gathering hair until you get all the way down, then clip into place when you are finished. You can then use this piece of hair to pin back off of the face. Do this on the other side of the hair to create an equal look. Finish the ...

How To: Pin programs to the task bar & start menu in Windows 7

Windows 7 has an interesting new feature by which you can pin your programs to the task bar and this video shows you how to do it. In Windows 7 if you have any frequently used program you can improve its ease of access by pinning it to the task bar. Now to do this first open the start menu, go to the programs, and now browse to any program and right click it. From that menu select the Pin to task bar option. When you do this the program icon will appear on the task bar. Now the program is pin...

How To: Recycle plastic bottles and make a decorative mobile

In this video we learn how to recycle plastic bottles and make a decorative mobile. Start off by cutting the strips off of the water bottle then pinning them down to a table. After this, you will start to cross each of these with another piece to make a checkered effect. Nail them down on the sides as well to make it stick to where you want it. When finished, you will remove the nails and then place in a needle with beads and shells attached to it on each of the holes. Once you are finished w...

How To: Train in Judo

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to train in judo. In a regular judo class, students begin with warm ups and exercises for 15-20 minutes. Then students begin learning a certain throw, pin and a submission. The will then practice for 10 minutes. Then students learn a second throwing, pinning and submission technique. The students will practice for 10 minutes once again. The teachers will walk around and help each student with their technique. For the last 10 minutes, there will be a f...

How To: Wear a hijab properly

If you've ever been curious as to how the traditional Islamic hijab is worn, then this video is perfect for you. This video will show you how to properly wear the hijab and the type of hijab it begins with is the square hijab. Begin by folding it into a triangle and placing it upon your head and pin it underneath your chin. Then, take either the right or left side and wrap it around your head and tuck it underneath, near the same place you pinned it. Lastly, take the other side and flip it ov...

How To: Make a lucky scarf

Chantelle Fashion demonstrates how to make a lucky scrap scarf. First, cut out a four inch by four inch square template. Gather all of your fabric scraps and put them in a bag. Close your eyes, think thoughts of luck and pick out a color. Use the template to cut the scrap fabric into a square. Repeat the process until you have between 60 to 70 squares. Keep the squares in the order you picked them. Layer the squares on top of each other, pinning them together. Then, sew the scarf straight dow...

How To: Do a short hair updo

This video is a concise but detailed 'how-to' for those with short hair or a bob. The creator describes a couple of different options for those with short hair just using bobby-pins and hairspray. The technique used is simply pinning a lot of your hair back in sections, making stylish bumps and adding more volume to your hair. The pins are double-pinned in an 'x' to create a tighter hold to keep hair from falling down, but hairspray is strongly recommended! The style takes very little time to...

How To: Make a hat out of felt

This video tutorial is in the Fine Art category where you will learn how to make a hat out of felt. You will need glue, silver wrap, a plastic bowl, pins, felt and a mold of the head. Take a red felt and cut out a big square piece, a small triangular piece and four curved shapes as shown in the video. Now cut four curved strips from each of pink, light green and dark green felt. Pour glue in the plastic bowl, add equal quantity of water and mix well. Take the square piece of felt and dip it i...

How To: Use a kayak rudder

First of all you have to understand that if you don't have a rudder in you kayak, still you need not worry. The rudder is far from being any essential piece of the kayak. However if you still decide to want one then you can add one later. Rudder is placed on the side of the kayak. When you want to lower it then you have to pull the chord to move it down from its stored position. You have to control the rudder with foot pedals. The main purpose of the rudder in a kayak is not to turn a kayak. ...

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