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How To: Organize research materials for writing your research

Mary Silva teaches us how to organize and research materials for writing. First, copy and past all of your different references from the exact order that you wrote about them. A great way to help you organize all of these is to use notecards. If you don't want to do all that writing, then you can make your notecards on the computer! With this, you can make different notes on the bottom of the cards to help you remember things, as well as different citations. This is a great tool to help you o...

How To: Turn an old towel into shorts

To recycle an old towel into shorts, fold the towel and cut it into a short leg's length worth of fabric. Cut another piece into a short leg's length worth of fabric. Draw a curved seam on one edge. Stack the towels and pin them to hold the fabric in place. Cut out the seam on both of the towels. Separate the towels and sew up the seams on both of the fabric pieces. Do not sew the top seam and front side seam of the shorts. Instead, sew the front and back side seams together. Thread and sew a...

How To: Deal with liking a girl who's in a broken relationship

If you're in a situation where you like a person in an abusive relationship, then most likely the person seems to be reluctant to get out of their relationship. The person most likely has self-worth issues. Until those self-worth issues are resolved, the person will never be happy with you or anyone else. Most often they feel that they don't deserve to be happy. Until that person feels that they deserve happiness, and want happiness with you, you can forget ever moving beyond the friend zone....

How To: Make crispy (and sinfully delicious) brown sugar bacon bites

This snack is so good it might kill you— literally. These miniature bacon bites will clog even the healthiest of arteries, but it's so worth the risk! Robin Benzle of Chow Time shows you her dangerously delicious recipe for her bite-sized bacon bits, which ate breaded with breadcrumbs and filled with brown sugar, then oven-roasted for crispy delight. If you're daring enough, make these for your next party or get-together— this recipe makes 100!

How To: Fold a kirigami cherry blossom with five petals

If you're not afraid to stray from your origami craft, then kirigami worth a shot. It's just like origami, but you're allowed to cut the paper, not just fold it. Kirigami makes origami look more mature and more accurate, like when it comes to flowers. This video will show you how much better a kirigami cherry blossom looks! Learn how to make this cherry blossom with five petals.

How To: Make a perfectly thin & crispy pizza pie

In this clip, learn how to make a perfectly thin, crispy Italian style pizza with Food Mob. You will also learn how to top those beautiful bases with the best ingredients so absolutely everyone at the table will be happy. Don't bother with delivery or one of those store bought pizzas - make your own! It's worth it.

How To: Hack digital pictures to send secret messages

This video tutorial will teach you a simple hack that will allow you to hide a secret message in any digital picture. Who knew a picture could actually be worth a thousand words? Real words, embedded within! For detailed, step-by-step instructions on recreating this hack yourself, take a look. Keep your messages on the Internet secret with this how-to.

How To: Impersonate Christopher Walken

One of my longest videos to date, but well worth it if you have half an hour to kill. This is to thank you all for putting up with me until now what with the voices and poetry and secrecy of my real voice and all.

How To: Find the Indiana Jones and Star Wars Easter Eggs in Fallout: New Vegas

Thanks to the fact that Obsidian is filled with a ton of geeks and nerds (the right kind of people mind you!) there's all sorts of movie references scattered about the Mojave Wasteland in Fallout New Vegas just waiting for you to find them! In this video you will get the locations of a couple of obscurer Easter Eggs hidden around the Mojave Wasteland. The first is a Suave Gambler Hat sitting inside a blown apart refrigerator, which is obviously from the Indiana Jones movie that we will not di...

How To: Put together a resume as an ex-offender

Eric Mayo teaches us how to put together a resume as an ex-offender. Your resume should be a one page paper of all your skills and work experiences. If you don't have a lot of experience writing resumes, get help from friends who have experience. When you write it, add your name, address and telephone number onto it so you can be contacted. After this, you will want to list: objective, work experience, education/training, skills/strengths, and references. Remember not to list your references ...

How To: Cite footnotes for an English paper

In this video from thedarkwanderer we learn how to footnote your references in a paper. For this you need a list of your references used. Place a superscript right after the last word that you want to acknowledge. Then place the note proper at the bottom of the same page. Put the footnote numeral slightly raised followed by the note proper. Make sure that the superscript number corresponds to the number of the footnote. Keep the footnotes flush with the paragraphs of your text. Footnotes comi...

How To: Fix other people's Microsoft Excel spreadsheets

Whether you're interested in learning Microsoft Excel from the bottom up or just looking to pick up a few tips and tricks, you're in the right place. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, ExcelIsFun, the 26th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to use spreadsheet construction guidelines to fix common problems:

How To: Change columns from letters to numbers in Excel 2007

Teach Excel demonstrates how to change the columns from letters to numbers in Excel 2007. The first step is to click on the Office button in the top left part of the window. Next, you click on Excel Options and click on the Formulas tab. There should be a heading labeled "Working with Formulas." The checkbox for R1C1 reference style should be unchecked by default. Check that box and click OK. This changes the column headers from letters to numbers. In order to change back to letters, simply g...

How To: Build a cheap steady cam rig or fig rig

Steady cam rigs allow you to film really great smooth footage, but they cost about $300. If you're too lazy to make one yourself that is! This video will show you how to make a cheap substitute called a fig rig using $30 dollars worth of materials. Now you can finally push beyond handheld to the world of professional-looking video.

How To: Make detachable t-straps for your high heeled pumps

T-straps are a cute, vintage style that looks great on everyone. In this video, create a pair of detachable t-straps so you can save money and turn any pair of shoes into cute t-straps. These straps can be moved from shoe to shoe so you can customize your style anytime. This very cool idea, hosted by Elizabeth Gleeson is easy to do and very worth the effort.

How To: Work with Photoshop's new HDR photography features

Whether you want to be subtle or brash, the greatly improved HDR features in Photoshop CS5 are worth a close look. This tutorial presents an overview of Photoshop's new HDR Pro and HDR Toning high dynamic range functionalities. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or a seasoned graphic design professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the unique features of Photoshop CS5, you're sure to find something of value in this free video tutorial.