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How To: Pack for international travel

Don't leave anything at home! Before you head out of the country you have to make sure you have the essentials packed. You will learn tips on how to keep your valuables safe and how to meet airline regulations. Be aware that you will have to show your passport so you will have to carry it on your person. Also discussed, how to pack your carry-on bag, items that may be prohibited from your flight, and the process of getting onto the airplane.

How To: Drywall your attic & loft with Fermacell

In this tutorial, we learn how to drywall your attic & loft with Fermacell. First, you need to consider the nature of your build and how much you will need to drywall. It is recommended that you install a film to ensure air tightness. You can place this down with a staple gun and tape it down as well. Large holes should be properly sealed as well, to enforce building regulations. Once you do this, you can add the boards on top of what has already been installed. Insulation will be now place o...

How To: Play roller derby for beginners

Roller derby is a sport (kind of) that involves two teams skating rounds around an oval track and trying to get ahead of one another. The fun, of course, is that there are "blockers" who try to prevent the "jammers," or scoring players, from getting ahead.

How To: Make sure your game is really dead

In this tutorial, we learn how to make sure your game is really dead. One of the best things is to stay away from the feet, then touch the eyes with the end of your rifle. If there is no reaction at all, then the animal is dead for sure. After this, you will need to attach a validated elk tag to the animal, making sure it's secured. Glue it to the ear using your hands and pressing it down for several seconds. In different states, there are rules and regulations as to where you have to apply t...

How To: Set a spring loaded snare trap

In this tutorial, we learn how to set a spring loaded snare trap. First, find a sapling with a larger tree next to it, then bend the sapling down and wire on a stick to this. This stick will have a small nub on it that will hook onto a stick that you will prop up on the back of the tree. When the rabbit comes along, it will follow the trail and walk through the wire. The feet will go into the wire and it will tighten up, releasing the spring to ensure the rabbit stays trapped. This is a simpl...

How To: Change the color of your hair in Photoshop

In this video, we learn how to use PhotoShop to change hair color.. First, select the mask tool inside PhotoShop. Now, zoom in on your picture and brush the hair that you want to change the color of. Zooming in and using smaller or bigger brushes will help you be more precise. After this, zoom out and press on the mask tool to create your selection. Then, select the marquee tool and right click and choose "inverse selects". Now, click on "image", "regulations", then "tonality/saturation". Now...

How To: Build a playground slide

In this video tutorial, you'll find instructions for building a standard joist design playground slide, supported by 3-by-4 posts and secured with galvanized fasteners. All fasteners exposed to the outdoors must be weather-resistant, galvanized, zinc-coated brass or stainless steel. Standard homeowner tools are all you'll need to complete your slide—a tape measure, post-hole digger, circular saw, sawhorses and a level. A good drill/driver is a great tool if using decking screws as fasteners. ...

How To: Sell stuff at a flea market

Selling stuff at the local flea market sounds easy enough, but it isn't anything like having a yard sale. There's a lot more to it that just getting rid of your junk, and the biggest things are being licensed and having a sales tax number. Flea market vendor may not be your first career choice but, like many, you may find it’s a lucrative full-time job or a profitable and fun sideline.

How To: Invite all your friends to an event on Facebook

Do you have tons of friends on Facebook? Would you like to invite everyone you know to an event you are hosting or to try a product you are marketing? Normally to do this, you would need to select friends one at a time, reach Facebook's max invitee limit and then go in and do it again, and keep doing so until you get through your whole list. But what if you have hundreds of friends? This could take forever! Check out this tutorial and learn how to bypass Facebook's regulations and invite mass...

How To: Give yourself a sun tan using Photoshop

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a digital sunburn using Adobe Photoshop. Begin by importing the image into the program. Then use the masking tool and select the areas of the skin that you want to sunburn. Now select a reddish color and use the brush tool to paint the select areas. Then click on the masking tool to create a selection use the marquee tool to invert the selection. Now right-click on the selection and select Inverse Selects. Then go to Image, click on Regulation...

How To: Keep the ground crew safe around helicopter loads

This video tutorial program is designed to promote ground crew safety when working under and around helicopters during external load operations. This is not a safety-training and is only intended to be used with the participation of a ground crew safety officer, trainer or other qualified personnel. All training and refresher courses must be done in accordance with federal and provincial regulations and the Canada Labour Code.

How To: Upgrade your truck's exhaust system

Still got stock? Many factory installed exhaust systems not only sound anemic, they actually are because they scrub power. The designers who are given the task of producing these pipes are often handcuffed by several different requirements that add up to one big compromise. Exhaust engineers are required to build systems that are quiet and that meet certain types of emission standards, but not all of the design concerns are driven by government regulations. Some are based on a perception of w...

How To: Buy Alcohol & Prescription Drugs Cheaper at Costco & Other Club Stores Without a Membership

Everybody loves Costco. The low prices, large bulk, and free samples are all just some of the reasons why Costco is such a great wholesale membership club. Their stores are always in tip-top shape and the customer service is great. Even their employees are treated well, making $17 an hour, while their Walmart counterparts make just $12.40 an hour (and that's only if they're full-time). What's not to love?

How to Hack Wi-Fi: Creating an Evil Twin Wireless Access Point to Eavesdrop on Data

Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! Now that we're familiar with the technologies, terminology, and the aircrack-ng suite, we can finally start hacking Wi-Fi. Our first task will be to creating an evil twin access point. Many new hackers are anxious to crack Wi-Fi passwords to gain some free bandwidth (don't worry, we'll get to that), but there are so many other Wi-Fi hacks that are far more powerful and put so much more at risk than a bit of bandwidth.

How To: Congress Wants to Make Unlocking Smartphones Legal Again—Here's How You Can Help

Whether you have AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, or any other mobile carrier, chances are your smartphone is sold locked to only work on that specific carrier's network. Sure, you could unlock your carrier-subsidized device, but that would mean breaching the Library of Congress' latest Interpretation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act—making the whole process illegal. As softModders, boundaries and regulations are things that we don't take lightly, although many times we have to begrudg...

News: Rocket Power Your Lazy Boy

Since the days of Archytas, rocket propulsion has been the Holy Grail of aeronautics. Thanks to Galileo's inertia, Newton's laws of motion, and the "father of modern rocketry," Goddard, space is not a complete mystery anymore. Rocket-powered aircrafts have evolved from the first liquid fuel rocket in 1926, to the Soviet R-7 which launched Sputnik, to NASA's Saturn V that propelled Apollo 11 to the moon. Today, even billionaire tourists can enjoy space, like Microsoft's Charles Simonyi and Cir...

Coinbase 101: Fees & Fine Print You Need to Know Before Trading Bitcoins & Other Cryptocurrencies

Coinbase is the primary go-to for many users when it comes to investing in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), and more, due to its user-friendly interface. But before you join them, know that the ease of use comes with a price. Coinbase charges fees for each transaction, and your bank might even add charges on top of that. Plus, there is some fine print to be aware of.

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