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How To: Get down from a floating island in Minecraft

In Minecraft there is a possibility of spawning on a floating island in the world. And although this is rare, it does happen, and it can be frustrating being stuck on one single platform while not being able to get down to the world below you. Instead of falling down and dying, this video gives you a safer alternative. In it, you will learn how to build a large pillar of sand and then ride it all the way down to the surface.

How To: Cut a paper woman in half with an envelope trick

This may be a simple paper trick, but on a grand scale, this trick is done on real woman with real saws. This is just the miniaturized (and safer) alternative to the "saw a woman in half" magic trick. Okay, it's not the same exact principle. It's just a sneak paper trick with a little sleight of hand. You'll need a paper drawing of a woman, and envelope and a pair of scissors.

How To: Install V-Brakes on a mountain bike the complex way

V-brakes are just one of the may types of brakes that you can install on your mountain bike to keep yourself from flying off the side of the mountain. This video features a step-by-step demonstration of how to install v-brakes on your mountain bike. Bike maintenance is a chore, but get it done and get back out on the mountain safer than your were before!

How To: Pair your phone in a 2010 Toyota head unit

It is dangerous to talk on the phone while driving - not to mention it carries a hefty ticket fine in most states. In this tutorial, learn how to connect your Bluetooth phone to a 2010 Toyota head unit for both safer calling and streaming music. This is actually quite easy and you can hook up four phones at once if need be. Enjoy this easy, advanced new way to hook up your phone.

How To: Prepare a home to be safe for an elderly person to live in

With Americans living longer and longer, more and more of them are remaining at home in their old age. Seniors treasure their independence, but some precautions must be taken to ensure that their fragile bodies aren't put under undue stress. Watch this video to learn some ways that you can make a house safer for an elderly person you care about to live in.

How To: Ride in a group of bicycles

The riding style demonstrated in this how-to video is very common to take, is legal, and encouraged. If the road is too narrow or there is too much traffic, it might be safer to ride single file to make room for other vehicles. Watch this video cycling tutorial and learn how to ride in a group of bicycles.

How To: Enable blocked macros in Office 2007

Not sure what to do when you get a security warning about a macro? What are macro security settings, the Trust Center, and Trusted Locations anyway? Watch this instructional video to learn how to enable macros and make informed security decisions that can help you keep your computer safer while you work in Microsoft Office Excel, Outlook, Word, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Visio 2007.

How To: Set a rat trap safely

This video will demonstrate how to properly set our top 4 Rat Snap Traps. The models reviewed include the two most common traps, the original Victor Metal Trigger Trap as well as their newer Expanded Trigger Trap. Also reviewed are two new designs which are both easier and safer to employ. Baiting these traps is also discussed.

How To: Use Torrents

This tutorial explains how to use bittorrents and still download faster and safer, without RIAA interference. It's easier and better than you may think and this video shows you why.

How To: Take in coils when climbing

As the terrain changes in the mountains you will often have to change rope lengths to max out your safety. It is common to travel a good distance apart on a glacier or use large amounts of rope when dealing with technical terrain. However when traveling together on a ridge it is often safer and faster for both climbers to take in a few coils.

How To: Bake a currant and orange cake from scratch

Betty Crocker will always have a fond place in our hearts, but every now and then we find it fun - and okay, maybe a little ego boosting - to bake a cake all our own from scratch (gasp!). While the concept is unheard of amongst busy adults and college students, baking using only what you have at home (and not something premixed) is well worth the effort.

How To: Cut up a cabbage

This video is a demonstration of the proper way to cut up a cabbage. Large vegetables like cabbage can be hard to cut up because they are so big and tend to move around on the cutting surface. The first thing to do is to create a flat surface, so make it safer to cut. Cut the whole cabbage in half holding the end of the core on top. Cut the core out of each half in a big V shape. Cut it in half again to make quarters. Take the cabbage apart so that you can flatten it out and cut thin slices f...

How To: Care for your garden In March by applying insecticides

In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to care for your garden In March by applying insecticides. John White presents this video. During this time roses get a good growth and along with growth come aphids. For tackling aphids you can a variety of insecticides. One such insecticide is called Rose Defense whose main ingredient is ‘neem’ which comes from the neem tree. You can also use Rose Food insecticide. This is also the time to fertilize rose plants since they will be getti...

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