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How To: Play "Roll Out the Barrel" by Milburn on the guitar

Playing popular songs on the guitar is not as difficult as it seems. With this tutorial you can learn how to play "Roll Out the Barrel" by Milburn on the acoustic guitar. This lesson is geared towards intermediate guitarists because it assumes prior knowledge of guitar playing. Marty Schwartz covers the finger picking as well as the chord structure for "Roll Out the Barrel." Watch this how to video and you will be able to sing and play "Roll Out the Barrel" by Milburn.

How To: Skip pre-roll video ads on YouTube

In this quick clip from Lifehacker, you'll see how you can skip pre-video commercials on YouTube by hitting your web browser's Refresh button. For more information, including a complete demonstration of this simple technique, and to get started annoying skipping pre-roll ads on YouTube yourself, take a look.

How To: Pull off a back roll catch out of a push up in freestyle soccer

If you can already do the push-up freestyle soccer stall, you're probably wondering how the heck you transition out of it without dropping the ball. Well here's how. This video will teach you how to do the back roll catch, which enables you to roll the ball down your push-up position back to your leg, where you catch the ball and get back up without letting the ball fall. And now you're up and ready to get back into your routine.

How To: Roll clay without a pasta machine

In this tutorial, we learn how to roll clay without a pasta machine. First, warm up the clay in your hands and put them between two flat sticks. Next, use a glass bottle or cup to roll out the clay. Make sure the bottle is on the paint sticks as you are rolling. This will leave your piece of clay thick but flattened out. You can make this as thick or as thin as you would like to be. You can do this several times and use different types of sticks or side holders to change how the clay looks, e...

How To: Learn a back roll without hard falls

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to lower the impact of their back rolls when wave-boarding. This video provides 4 steps that will help the user have a lighter impact when they fall off a back roll. The steps are: air back roll, inside out back roll, one wake back roll and wake to wake back roll. When first attempting each of these back rolls, the objective is to rotate as much as you can and not to land it. Once you have more experience, practice landing each one. This video will be...

How To: Roll a cigarette with a filter inside-out

First of all take a filter tip and a cigarette roll paper. Now take out some tobacco from the tobacco pouch. Put ample quantity of the tobacco on the paper. Spread out the tobacco evenly on the paper in the middle. Put the filter tip at one of the paper. Make sure that the there is no gap left between the tobacco and the filter tip. Start rolling the paper from one of the longer end. Use your fingers to rotate the cigarettes so that no tobacco is evenly rolled in between. Lick the paper roll....

News: Galaxy S8 Oreo Update Rolling Out in the US

In a huge surprise, Verizon is the first US carrier to push out the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Android Oreo update. The update has been available in international markets for some time now, but this is the first report of a rollout in the United States. We've already ran down all the new features available in Android Oreo, so check out our full coverage if you're interested in those.

News: Android 4.4.3 Update Rolling Out Now for the Nexus 5

It appears that the next iteration of KitKat, Android 4.4.3, is fast approaching. If the past is any indication, today's update to the Nexus 5 software changelog on Sprint's website tells us a new version of Android will begin rolling out within 24 hours. Sprint has broken the news of a forthcoming Android release twice in the past. With 4.4.1 and 4.4.2, a mini-changelog was posted on the Sprint website about a day before Google began pushing updates to its Nexus devices.

News: Google's About to Take Over Your Car as Android Auto Rolls Out to Everyone

A lot more people are about to be able to use Android Auto. Google announced at I/O 2016 that you'll soon be able to use the app with only your phone, so you won't need a compatible car or third-party display unit. And if (or more likely, when) Google brings the app to iOS, Apple may lose the precious "infotainment" system battle very early in the game. The update isn't coming until later this year, but once it arrives, you'll be able to mount your phone and use Android Auto the same way that...

How To: Roll a tobacco cigarette without a filter or roach

Watch this how to video to learn how to roll a cigarette without a filter or roach. The principle is the same as rolling any other cigar. You want to either lay the tobacco across length of the paper evenly if you want a straight ciggy. Add less tobacco at one end and more at the other if you want a conical cigarette. You roll as before, using your weaker hand to roll the end you're going to smoke and your stronger hand to shape the rest.

News: KitKat Rolling Out for the HTC One

HTC has started rolling out it's KitKat update (Android 4.4.2) for the HTC One to French carrier SFR, expanding on the original update to it's Google Play Edition devices from November. Update roll outs tend to begin in Europe, Asia, and Africa before hitting stateside, but the release means we can't be too far away from a public build. As always, US carriers take much longer than their international counterparts, but the French OTA (over-the-air) update means that, for all intents and purpos...

News: KitKat Update Rolling Out Right Now for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3

As reported by member Rick, the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update is rolling out right now for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, matching the Sprint and US Cellular updates from last week. While we don't have any specifics from T-Mobile regarding the update, it can be assumed that it brings the standard KitKat features such as immersive mode, transparent status bar, lock screen upgrades, and cloud printing support.

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