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How To: Say differences in Italian like "happy" & "sad"

In this tutorial, we learn how to say differences in Italian like "happy" & "sad". To say "happy", you would say "felice" and to say "sad" you would say "triste. To say "hot" you would say "caldo" and to say "cold" you would say "freddo". To say "good" you would say "buono" and to say "bad" you would say "cattivo". Just learning how to say differences will help you out a lot while saying different words in everyday sentences. The more words you learn, the better idea you will have when saying...

How To: Play "Sad Song" by Oasis on guitar

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to play the song "Sad Song" by Oasis on the acoustic guitar. For this song, viewers are recommended to tune down a semitone. This video reveals all the string movements and the order that the notes are needed to be played, in order to execute the song. This video provides step-by-step narration and a visual demonstration for viewers to easily understand and follow along. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy playing guitar and want to learn ...

How To: Apply flattering makeup for TV news anchors

Who better to learn how to apply TV news makeup from than an actual TV news anchor? Emily Noel is a famous TV news anchor with several years in the biz, and she's here with this makeup tutorial to show you exactly how to get that flawless, shine-free TV anchor look you see in most news broadcasts.

How To: Hide games on your Facebook news feed

Facebook is overrun with all sorts of meaningless applications these days. It seems like there's no end to the amount of games people create for Facebook. Keep these games off of your news feed so you can see what really matters to you on Facebook. This video will show how to hide games on your Facebook news feed.

How To: Cry on cue in 1 minute

This video shows viewers how to cry at any time they want. This is helpful for those who want to get into acting. First, relax your eyes for a few seconds. Next, massage your eyelids (with your eyes closed) with your fingertips for several seconds. Last, open your eyes and do not close them or blink until tears come out of them. If you have trouble with this, try to think of sad things that have happened to you, or things that just make you sad to think of. If you can't cry on the first time ...

How To: Use a Newstweek to change the news read by others on a wifi network

The Newstweek might be the coolest new device of 2011 that no one is talking about. It's a pocket-sized device that allows you to access the data streaming through a wireless internet access point and change the news being read by fellow users at the hotspot, from any site, however you want. It allows you to do some amazingly inspiring and sinister things, like any really progressive technology, and this video will show you how to use it.

How To: Take advantage of Google News Search as an SEO or publisher

Google is the biggest and best search engine on Earth, and if you are a webmaster and want your website to be a big success it would really behoove you to know as much about how it works as possible. The Google Webmasters series of videos and website were created to teach webmasters, SEO professionals, and others how Google works by answering their questions and giving them insights into how they can best integrate and utilize Google's functionality to improve their business. This video will ...

How To: Cope with negative emotions with tapping

Tapping can help to free you from persistent or inappropriate negative emotions. Sometimes these emotions make sense. If someone close to you dies, or a relationship ends, you're going to feel sad. But sometimes we feel depressed for no good reason, or very angry with someone who hasn't really done anything to deserve it. You're the only judge of whether or not an emotion is appropriate or inappropriate.

How To: Why You Learn More Watching Comedy Over Mainstream News

While CNN, FOX News, and MSNBC are valuable sources of information for what's going on in the world today, they may not be the best news stations to watch if you actually want to learn something. They, along with local news stations, are great at grabbing your attention, but if you truly want to learn something about recent events, you're tuning into the wrong channel.

How To: Fix an iPod with a "sad face" warning

In this video, harrymedan offers a do-it-yourself remedy to fix an iPod that has the "sad face" warning screen on it. As you follow along, he explains all the tools and supplies you will need to get started on this project. He demonstrates how to force the iPod into disk mode, leading you through, step by step. Once you achieve this he tells you how to connect the iPod to your computer and "Restore" the iPod back to factory settings, which usually fixes the problem.

How To: Do minor to minor transposition when composing music

D minor may be the saddest chord ever, but where do you go from there? In this comphrensive lesson by Andrew Furmanczyk, you'll learn how to do minor to minor transposition to bump up your musical composition skills to a whole new level. If you can't sing it, or don't want to play it in the key the song is in, you need to watch this. Try it and make your sadness go to 11!

How To: Enable extensions in the Apple Safari 5 web browser

Good news, Apple browser fans: Safari now comes with extensions. The bad news? They're not yet enabled by default, and there's no official add-on gallery from Apple. The better news? There's a workaround, and it's easy. In this How To video, we'll show you not only how to enable Safari's extensions, but how to install them and where to get them, too.

How To: Adjust news feed privacy settings on Facebook

Want to change your Facebook news feed privacy settings? This clip will show you how it's done. Whether you're completely new to the Facebook's popular social networking site or simply require a small amount of clarification on how to perform a particular task on Facebook, you're sure to benefit from this helpful video guide. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

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