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How To: Play Ticket to Ride

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Ticket to Ride, is about collecting cards and claiming routes.

How To: Play Lost Cities

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Lost Cities, is a 2-player card game about traveling and uncovering lost cities.

How To: Play Hoity Toity

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Adel Verpflichtet or Hoity Toity, is about choosing actions and collecting artwork; and is a very involved game overall.

How To: Play Friedrich

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Friedrich, is a war game taking place in Prussia where each player has their own set of objectives.

How To: Play Hoopla

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Hoopla, is a party game where everyone is on one team together.

How To: Play Vegas Showdown

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Vegas Showdown, is a game involving bidding, buying and monopolizing your own casino.

How To: Tag contacts on your Apple iPhone

There are tens of thousands of iPhone applications out there. Some are fabulous. Some are stinkers. From boredom-busting games to truly useful utilities, Fox News Tapped-In tell you which are worth a place on your iPhone. Their concise video reviews and how-tos let you see the apps before you download. Plus, they show you tips and tricks you never knew were there. If you own an Apple iPhone or iPod, check this vodcast out.

How To: Use your iPhone's touchscreen keyboard with these tips

There are tens of thousands of iPhone applications out there. Some are fabulous. Some are stinkers. From boredom-busting games to truly useful utilities, Fox News Tapped-In tell you which are worth a place on your iPhone. Their concise video reviews and how-tos let you see the apps before you download. Plus, they show you tips and tricks you never knew were there. If you own an Apple iPhone or iPod, check this vodcast out.

How To: Use and play the Zen Bound app on the iPhone

There are tens of thousands of iPhone applications out there. Some are fabulous. Some are stinkers. From boredom-busting games to truly useful utilities, Fox News Tapped-In tell you which are worth a place on your iPhone. Their concise video reviews and how-tos let you see the apps before you download. Plus, they show you tips and tricks you never knew were there. If you own an Apple iPhone or iPod, check this vodcast out.

How To: Transfer color with dynamics in Houdini

This 7 part Houdini 9 tutorial series is about how to transfer color using dynamics is a great place to start to understand Houdini's dynamics in a significant way. Part one covers painting setup, two establishing a paint source, three creating paint, four defining paint colors with a solver, five painting with dynamics, six reviews how it works, seven setting up for render output. Learn to paint and transfer color with dynamics in Houdini 9 and get more control over your work in this tutorial.

How To: Use MDD files in modo

MDD files are a great way to bring in character animation or any deformation based animation from other 3D software systems. This modo 301 video reviews the basic method for import and use of MDD files. Learn how to load MDD files and apply them to a specific object in a modo 301 project.

How To: Play Mah Jong

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Mah Jong, is an ancient Chinese game about collecting sets. Don't confuse this with the tile picking game on your computer of the same name!

How To: Monitor social network activity with Net Nanny

Danny with Top Ten Reviews will show you how to monitor social network activity with the Net Natty program. This will be helpful for monitoring social networking accounts on websites such as Facebook and MySpace. First, open Net Nanny. Go to the dashboard and select Additional Settings under Filtering. With this section, social networking sites that have been used on the computer will be listed. You can check whichever account you want to monitor. Under the dashboard, go to Reports and select...

How To: Edit videos like a pro with Windows Live Movie Maker

Edit your video footage like a pro with Windows Live Movie Maker. This informative video from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of tutorials reviews the steps involved in using the software to create a basic 5x5—that is, a video composed of five clips of five seconds each. The different steps highlighted include importing your video clips, trimming the footage, editing audio, adding transitions, adding text & titles, and uploading to video sharing sites.

How To: Use the Facade design pattern in your PHP programming

This tutorial from JREAMdesign reviews the Facade design pattern and how it specifically relates to PHP programming. In the facade pattern, a complex subsystem and calling class are hidden from each other through the use of a Facade class. This video guide walks through the construction of a Facade and demonstrates its use.

How To: Clone paint in modo 201

This 3D modeling software tutorial reviews the Clone paint feature in modo 201 and higher which allows you to quickly paint detail from one portion of a texture to another on a model. Learn how to use the Clone paint feature in this modo 201 tutorial.

How To: Use the formal vs. informal "you" in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language tutorial that demonstrates how to use the formal and informal version of the word "you" in Spanish. This instructional language video reviews the basic conversation from Lesson 1 and covers Tú and Usted, which both mean 'you', but differ in usage -- one is informal and the other is more formal, respectively. Watch this Spanish language video to learn the difference between the two forms and when to use them.

How To: Mill lumber, joint edges, and flatten faces

This video explains one of the most critical and fundamental aspects of woodworking: milling lumber. The Wood Whisperer reviews his 4-step milling process, which requires some big tools. Since many folks don't have a fully outfitted shop, he also presents numerous alternative methods for jointing edges and flattening faces. The jointer's jumpin'!!!

How To: Choose an oaky California Chardonnay

Gary tackles oaky, over the top Chardonnay’s. Watch today and see how Gary reviews these three Chards: 2004 Ramey Hudson Chardonnay , 2004 Robert Young Alexander Valley Chardonnay , and 2003 Newton Unfiltered Chardonnay. He also gives a great overview of choosing wine glasses to use.

How To: Choose a Canadian Ice wine or dessert wine

Gary attacks and talks about Canadian Ice wines and Dessert wines. Gary is blown away by the efforts from up North so check it out as he reviews 2004 Henry Of Pelham Late Harvest Vidal, 2004 Henry Of Pelham Riesling Ice Wine, 2004 Cave Springs Ice Wine Riesling, 2004 Jackson-triggs Vidal Ice wine, 2004 Inniskillin Ice Wine Vidal, 2004 Peller Estate Cabernet Franc Ice Wine.

How To: Choose a Stellenbosch South African red wine

Gary talks about four wines from an underrated region, South Africa. He reviews the following wines from the Stellenbosch region of South Africa: 2001 Warwick Estate Reserve Red, 2002 Warwick Three Cape Ladies Red, 2001 Rudera Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2003 Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon.

How To: Play Why Did the Chicken...

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Why Did the Chicken..., is a party/group game about coming up with punch-lines to jokes.

How To: Play Santiago

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Santiago, is a strategy game involving auctioning, maintaining plantations and even working with other players at times.

How To: Play Heroscape

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Heroscape, is about buying and fighting with miniatures for kids and adults put out by Milton Bradley.

How To: Draw atoms of different elements

An atom is a basic unit of matter consisting of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged ions. The nucleus itself is a mixture of positively charged protons amd electrically neutral neutrons. Different groups of elements have respective atomic numbers. You can use the periodic table as a tool to draw atoms of elements. The periodic table is organized into periods, groups and families. This video is a tutorial that reviews the subatomic particles found in an atom. I...

How To: Use the camcorder app on the iPhone

Two to Three Minute App Reviews gives an introduction to operating the camcorder app on the iPhone. Open the app, which opens just like your camera app. Tap the "record" button to start recording your video. When you are finished recording your video, tap the "stop" button, which will bring up your recently recorded videos. Choose the file you have just recorded. To export the file to email or save to your iPhone, tap the "export" button.

How To: Upgrade to Snow Leopard on your Mac

Looking to install Snow Leopard on your system? Have no fear. Get all your bases covered with help from this three-part video tutorial showing you exactly how to install Snow Leopard on your Mac. Snow Leopard was inroduced by Apple in June 2008 as the new predessesor of Leopard. With suppossed improved efficiency, speed, and less of a "memory footprint" - the reviews have been mixed.

How To: Solve problems related to factors, multiples, & primes

Check out this instructional math video that reviews Elementary Number Theory, which is a fancy way of saying these are problems related to factors, multiples, prime numbers and remainders. In the 12th lesson, learn how to solve SAT math problems. Here are the math problems and their page numbers that this video covers: