How To: Perl. One-Liners to Process Text Files

Greetings NullByte Community. You may had heard that Perl is great for text processing. Some people says that the name is an acronym for "Practical Extraction and Reporting Language". Others suggest that the name stands for "Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister". The true is that Perl is not an acronym.

How To: Make Room for Your New Gadgets (And Get Some Cash in the Process)

There's nothing like buying an awesome new gadget, but it leaves you with one problem (besides an empty wallet)—what do you do with the ones you already have? There are plenty of ways to put your old gadgets to use, but if you'd rather get rid of them, you may as well get something out of it, right? Here are five places where you can recycle your electronics and replenish your cash stash.

How To: Make hydrazine sulfate with the hypochlorite and the Ketazine process

Hydrazine sulfate has many uses, but most notably, it's been used under the trade name of Sehydrin, a treatment for anorexia, cachexia and some even think cancer. But for we DIY chemists, it's useful for something entirely different— as a substitute for the more dangerous pure liquid hydrazine in chemical reactions. NurdRage shows you how to make it via some hypochlorite and the Ketazine process.

How To: Create an iPod gel process bar in Illustrator CS2

The Apple iPod and iPhone are the hottest electronics on the market, so keeping up with the times means keeping up with designs people like. Apple incorporates all kinds of cool images and icons into their products, so learn how to re-create them so you can modify them or get ideas for your own designs. Watch this Illustrator video tutorial to create a gel progress / loading bar-similar to the progress bar found on an iPhone and iPod -- from start to finish.

How To: Find a basis with the Gram-Schmidt process in algebra

Learn how to find an orthonormal basis for a subspace using the Gram-Schmidt process in linear algebra! From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials, y...

How To: Begin drawing with a philosophal process

Watch this instructional drawing video to begin drawing with a mental philosophy. Drawing is not like photography. You have to decide what is important to you and what details you will include in your drawing. Every line you draw is important only in relation to the other lines you have drawn. Here is an explanation of what might go through your head as you learn to draw.

How To: Speed up process time when highlighting hair at home

Wish there were a way to speed up process time when highlighting hair? It's easy! And this clip will show you how it's done. So easy, in fact, that this home beauty video tutorial can presenta complete and thorough overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this handy hairstyling how-to.

How To: Cross process an image in Adobe Photoshop CS5

In this clip, you'll see how to cross-process an image using Adobe Photoshop CS4. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Make a creamy coleslaw with a food processor

Can you imagine anybody who doesn't like coleslaw? In restaurants, it's one of the most popular sides to any meal. It's also the most popular salad topping. And it's not hard to make at all, especially with a food processor. You can prepare delicious slaw right at home, for the whole family. Check out this video recipe for creamy cole slaw from Chef Hubert Keller.

How To: Make cold process soap

Brought to you by www.how2soap.com this video shows you how to make a cold process to make soap. By measuring accurately and using proper equipment such as a container that won't break under more extreme conditions. Lye and other ingredients are used in this so it's important to mix properly and to have a well ventilated area. By following the steps in this video will show you exactly how to make your own soap that can be scented or have an added moisturizer if you choose for it to.

How To: Process large-format sheet film in trays

In the digital age, old fashioned film processing and developing may seem outmoded and obsolete. However, for professional and aspiring professional photographer who want o make classic-looking prints, this is far from the case. This three-part video describes how to do tray processing yourself for large-format sheets. It breaks down the equipment you will need, the advantages and disadvantages, and of course how to go about processing you own film sheets. The dark room is back!

How To: Batch process multiple photos in Photoshop

Yanik Chauvin demonstrates how to create a batch using Photoshop and them Lightroom so you can decide which is faster and more convenient for you. In Photoshop, he first changes the color in the image, which he explains step by step the process, then saves the image as an action. He then shows you the process to batch the images so they will appear on your desktop. He also does the same thing with the image in Lightroom and shows you the process in which you would change the color and sync th...

How To: Automate a process using a script in Sony Vegas

HowToMakeAnything describes how to make Script work in Sony Vegas. Script is a way of automating a normally cumbersome process. Select events from Cursor, add regions to add, fade effects etc to the clip. That may also be selected from Tools Menu, then Scripting. Drag the desired two or three scripts to the folder of Script menu in Sony Vega Pro 8 available in C drive and rescan script menu folder. It is to be noted that adding hundreds of clips can also be done to the folder if one so desire...

How To: Cross process in Photoshop

Don from Lighting-Essentials.com explains the steps of cross processing in Photoshop. Using this he shows you that you can take great photographs of models without a lot of equipment. He starts by touching up his photograph before-hand; then he goes on to using an action called Cross Process. Cross Process is an action available from a link on his website. Acidify is the exact action he uses to make a unique effect on photographs.

How To: Process audio tracks using Thor

Thor is not just a tool for synthesizing sound. You can also use the Thor software program how to use the filters and effects to patch, route and process audio tracks. This tutorial walks you through precisely how to do that, and even gives you a few patches at the end.

How To: Do the process of wet felting over soap

This video is about Wet Felting Wool Over Soap .The materials required small sized soap bars, a towel, hot water and wool batting which is sheep's wool that has been washed and dyed. Now take a thin piece of the wool and lay it over the soap. Thin layers help the felting process and these layers are wrapped around the soap in vertical as well as horizontal direction. Now apply hot water to the bar and rub it over the wool. Keep doing this for a couple of minutes and then leave the bar to dry....

How To: Process southwestern desert plants for eating

In this video, Ruth Greenhouse teaches us how to process native plants for eating. The Mesquite desert plant is a great fuel as well as good for beans in the summer months. One way to use the beans is to pick the dry beans when they are ripe (they will be tan) and you can grind the pod into a fine powder, which will make a flour that is healthy. You can mix this flour with water and it can be a healthy beverage. It can also be added to cookies and breads to make them sweeter. Another plant is...

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