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### How To: Understand deductive reasoning

In this video, Robert Ahdoot becomes "surfer dude" and shows us the ways of deductive reasoning, as relating to geometry. He begins with a simple example of a syllogism, taking two premises and using them to form a conclusion. This is called the Law of Syllogism. This concept is then used for geometric statements. If two angles are complementary, they sum to 90 degrees. If two angles sum to 90 degrees, then they are acute. By the law taught, it can be said that if two angles are complementary...

### How To: Create a beautiful braided Greek goddess updo for fall

Need a complementary, beautiful hairstyle to go with your Greek goddess costume this Halloween? Then this braided goddess updo is exactly what you're looking for. While this look is great for a Halloween costume, it's also not too showy to be worn on a daily basis.

### How To: Classify a Triangle as an Isosceles Triangle.

Video: . What is an isosceles trapezoid. The video goes over the properties that are unique to an isosceles trapezoid.

### How To: Create a fun yellow and purple smokey eye look

Most of us wouldn't even think to wear bright yellow and royal purple together unless we happen to be at Staples Center cheeering the Laker's on through the NBA Finals Tournament. But these two colors, which happen to be complementary hues on the color wheel, actually make for gorgeous makeup looks.

### How To: Apply copper, red, & gold eye makeup

A combination of red and gold eyeshadow is great for emphasizing green eyes - this is because red and gold are complementary colors to green. For the base, apply a clear or skin-colored base to the entire eye area. Use a highlight base just beneath your eyebrows. Blend it in. Use a black liquid base on the upper eyelid. For eyeshadow, start off with a shimmery gold by putting it in the inner corners of the upper lid. Take your red and start off slightly in the middle of your eye, where you le...

### How To: Create an electric purple eye look for night clubbing

With dim, minimal lighting and lots of naked bodies swarming around, night clubs don't exactly offer the chance to put you in the spotlight. That means that if you want to stand out what you wear - both on your body and on your face - has to stand out as well.

### How To: Complete a proof involving angles

Money math is back for a chill lesson on completing a proof involving angles. This proof touches on complementary angles, definition of congruent angles, Angle Addition Postulate, and substitution. YAY MATH! This video will demonstrate exactly how to complete a proof involving angles.

The left hand indicates what your subject has inherited from their family. Giving a reading on the left hand is different than the right, even for the same person. Peter John lays out a few palmistry principles if you want to give someone a palm reading on their left hand.

### How To: Interpret broken lines on your subject's hand when giving a palm reading

What happens when the subject of your palm reading has a broken head, heart or life line? Peter John, an expert in the art of palmistry, explains this difficult question for palm readers and how to interpret what this means for your subject.

### How To: Give a palm reading with hand lines that break or change

New students of palmistry might get thrown in a reading when they encounter a broken line, or one that changes. Peter John demonstrates how to give a good palm reading even when the head, heart or life lines change or break on the hand. He also shows how to detect a change in your subject's future

### How To: Perform the "tell the truth" card trick

This video shows you a mind-reading card trick. This particular trick requires 8 cards: 4 kings and 4 queens. First, the subject is asked to memorize one of the 8 cards as they are laid out before the subject, face-side up. The cards are picked up and sorted in various ways and the subject is asked a series of questions. The questions are always asking whether the card the subject memorized is in a certain group that the trick performer presents. The card in question always is in the group th...

Peter John shows palmistry students how to give the subject of your palm reading career advice. Know what to look for on the head, heart, fate and life lines to be able to tell what career your subject is ideally suited for, or if they should make a career change.

### How To: Give an accurate palm reading for someone who has a long hand

Peter John, an accomplished expert in palmistry, demonstrates how to properly understand what it means when your palm reading subject has a long hand and long lines on the palm. He indicates what to look for to indicate intelligence and good communication skills in your subject.

### How To: Detect if the subject of your Tarot Card reading is going to be famous

Is the querent for your tarot card reading destined to become someone famous? Are they looking for a way to gain recognition? Peter John explains which Tarot cards to look out for if your subject is seeking fame and fortune.

### Dichromatic Disaster: Teal and Orange Everywhere

I'm really glad someone finally wrote this article. Todd Miro @ Into The Abyss details the teal and orange look that's pervading mainstream and independent films. In essence, because orange is the color that is the closest to skin tone, DI colorists are forcing its complementary color - teal - into the image. It's a simple trick that, when used subtly, can create color contrast and really pop an image. Unfortunately, more often than not, actors look like Snooki's cousin and trees and shadows ...

### How To: Use color theory when decorating your home

Do you want your house to look dull or colorful? If the latter, then be sure to check out this video to learn how to best utilize the color theory.

### How To: Make an eye-catching boutonniere

When you need an eye-catching boutonniere for a special occasion, you don't have to spend a fortune at the florist. Make your own!

### How To: Make a Milkshake

Forget the smoothies, granitas, cool lattes, and other frozen imitators—there’s nothing that satisfies your sweet tooth like a good old-fashioned milkshake. Learn how to make a delicious milkshake at home.

### How To: Read a hand-held light meter

When reading a hand-held light meter, make sure the ISO setting is correct and point the cone of the meter toward the subject to get an accurate reading. Learn how to read a hand held light meter with the tips in this free instructional video on photography tips from a professional photographer. After learning about the light meter, you won't make any aperature mistakes in the future.

### News: Cisco & Accenture Lead \$17.2 Million Investment Round in Upskill's Enterprise AR Suite

Enterprise augmented reality software provider Upskill has raised \$17.2 million in its latest round of funding, led by new investors Cisco and Accenture.

### How To: Craft a duct tape tote bag

Anyone can go to the store and buy a bag, but how many people are going to have a handmade duct tape bag? Show your creativity and style by choosing a wacky color and show up with this whimsical tote bag.

### How To: Craft duct tape fabric

You probably already know that duct tape is handy in a bind and is very versatile but did you ever think to make duct tape fabric? Find some fun colors or stick with the traditional silver, make your fabric and then the sky is the limit to fashion possibilities.

### How To: Change your look from day to evening in 5 minutes

No need to run home from work to change for an evening on the town. With some simple switches, you can be on your way. Follow this Howcast guide to learn how to change your look from day to evening in just five minutes.

### How To: Make Texts & iMessages Stand Out on Your iPhone with Bold Subject Lines

The subject line is a crucial part of an email, but you don't see it very often in texts. That's mostly because many people don't even know it can be done, and even if they do, why would they use it? Just like with emails, subject lines can make iMessages and SMS texts seem more important and more professional. Plus, they can help with organization and searching past messages, as well as make text bold.

### How To: Hypnotize someone

Hypnosis can be used to manage pain, relieve anxiety, conquer phobias, prepare for childbirth, and cure insomnia, among other things. With a little practice and some simple techniques, you can amuse your friends or help them break a habit through hypnosis. Learn how to hypnotize someone with help from this how-to video.

### How To: Interpret what the short life line means when giving a palm reading

A short life line on someone's palm doesn't necessarily mean your subject is going to have a short life. Palmistry guru Peter John explains the relationship between a short life line and the mount of Venus when giving a palm reading.

### How To: Palm read someone who has a long hand and low heart line

This quick lesson helps a student of palmistry give an accurate reading for a subject who has a very long hand, especially if the heart line lies low on the palm. Learn the palmistry principles which indicate an analytical and mathematical person.

### How To: Light a fashion shot

The difference between a good fashion shoot and a great one isn’t the model — it’s the lighting. Learn how to expertly light a fashion shot with this how to video.

### How To: Build sound board for a studio

Build sound board for a studio at home, to insulate noise and sound. The subject of this DIY project was originally covered in a written article that is still required reading to finish the project as it gets into more detail regarding the actual construction of the boards.

### How To: Use a color wheel to pick the right paint for walls

Color wheels are fantastic little tools that tell you whether colors are complementary or not. If you're designing a room and want to make sure your walls and other decorations work together, check this video out and learn how a color wheel can help you design a harmonious room.

### How To: Use commas with restrictive and nonrestrictive clauses

This video tutorial is in the Education category where you will learn how to use commas with restrictive and non-restrictive clauses. Restrictive and non-restrictive clauses are phrases or words that come between the subject and the verb. You don't use commas to separate restrictive clauses. For example, in the sentence "the students who did not wear uniforms were punished". Here "students" is the subject and "were punished" is the verb and the clause "who did not wear uniforms" is restrictiv...

### How To: Write an abstract for your research paper

Danby Taylor from the University of Maryland University College teaches how to write an abstract research paper for graduate school Analyze the things that you read so you can extract the essential information such as the goal or the purpose of the reading in your own sentence. Learn the methods or ways of how the author studied the subject and reached the results of the study. Pay attention to details and write in a block paragraph, without indentations. Write one or two sentences about each...

### How To: Send an update to the fans of your Facebook page

In this how-to video, you will learn how to send an update to the fans on your Facebook fan page. First, go to your fan page. Go to the top and press edit page. Now, click send an update to fans. Now, click edit to change who will receive this update. This includes sending it according to gender or location. Enter the subject and message of the fan page. Click send to complete the process. This update will be shown in the sub category in the messages page called updates. Click it to read the ...

### News: Disney Has Figured Out How to Make AR Content React to Real-World Obstacles

Researchers at Disney have demonstrated the ability to render virtual characters in augmented reality that are able interact autonomously with its surrounding physical environment.

### News: Occipital Acquires Paracosm in a Bid to Transform Even the Largest Structures into Virtual 3D Objects

As interest in augmented and virtual reality continues to grow, so does the need to bring objects from the real world into virtual space. With that, there's also now an increased need for solutions that bypass the time-consuming process of producing handmade 3D models.

### How To: This Easy Tip Will Make Your Homemade Cupcakes Look More Professional

A simply frosted or glazed cupcake is like a blank canvas for creative decorations. Intricate cupcakes are works of art, but piping frosting or rolling fondant can be tricky. Luckily, even the most craft-challenged person can use pre-made decorations to create party-worthy cupcakes. Use chocolates or candies to make designs or other decorations and you can have endless fun (and very little stress) creating eye-catching treats.

### News: Dress Your Windows Up with Drapery!

Choosing Draperies for Your Home is as Easy as 1-2-3 Determine the Color Scheme and Pattern

### News: Bored? Get High Now (Using Your Computer)

For some of you out there, today may be a looooong Friday. But have no fear, if you've yet to furtively accomplish shaving off a few extra minutes from the office clock, there is an alternative for getting through the day: computer pharmaceuticals. Relax, moms, we're not talking illicit drugs. Computer pharmaceuticals (AKA: optical and audio illusions) are completely natural, harmless highs that promise to alter your perception and consciousness- without the risk of drugs or alcohol.

### How To: Write a thesis statement for an essay or paper

A thesis is the basis of any paper or essay. The thesis statement sets the tone and subject of your paper and starts you off on the right foot. In this tutorial, learn how to write an impressive thesis statement and get an A on your next paper!

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