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How To: Play no limit Texas Hold'em after the flop

Should you fold your hand or chase the draw when playing Texas Hold'em after the flop? The first three community cards that are dealt are called the flop. This how to video addresses different situations that can occur after the flop. You will learn what hands you should chase and what hands to fold determined by your position. You can play smarter Texas Hold'em poker with these great tips.

How To: Use collections in Adobe Bridge

In this video we'll take a look at how to create your search criteria once and use it over and over again with dynamic Collections. The Bridge is about to get a whole lot smarter in helping you find exactly what you're looking for. Check out this Terry White's video now!

How To: Make a DVD stash box

If you're looking for a creative place to stash your cash or small valuables, this how-to video walks you through the process of turning a DVD drive into stash box. Armed with a screwdriver and some time, this video gives detailed step-by-step instruction on talking apart your DVD drive and reassembling it. The video includes helpful hints to make this stash box look and function in an authentic manner. This DVD stash box video will not only help keep your stuff safe, but you may even feel a ...

How To: Practice playing guitar & singing at the same time

Practice your guitar playing better (& smarter) with helpful techniques exposed by a pro-guitar teacher. In this two-part video tutorial, learn from Your Guitar Sage some tips & tricks to singing & playing your guitar at the same time. Strumming issues & how to get through a song that has you stumped are both gone over. Be sure to check out more guitar tutorials from Your Guitar Sage on WonderHowTo, for more on all things acoustic guitar.

How To: Root the New Kindle Fire HD

Yesterday, the entire Internet was talking about how the new Kindle Fire HD was supposed to be incredibly difficult to hack. Turns out, the folks over at XDA Developers are smarter than they thought—one day later, the mystery has already been solved. The exploit is the same one found by sparkym3 in Ice Cream Sandwich, but Amazon must have forgotten to patch it. As with any root, you can cause some serious damage, or brick your device completely if it's not done properly, so proceed at your ow...

How To: Avoid wrong answers on the SAT critical reading area

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to avoid wrong answers on the SAT critical reading area. Five principles to keep in mind are rephrase the question and predict the answer, answer the question being asked, find evidence in the passage, extreme answers are suspicious and finally remember a little wrong is all wrong. To rephrase the question, read 2 lines before and after, ask the question in your own words and find the answer choice that best matches your prediction. Now comi...

How To: Approach multiple-choice exams

This short tutorial will give you advice on approaching multiple choice exams. A multiple choice exam consists of one question and four possible answers, and only one of these answers will be correct. Make sure you know the layout of the answer sheet, and understand where you must mark your answers. Be careful of the trick answers, as there will almost always be one. read all the answers carefully and make sure you don't mark two answers for a single question. If you don't know the answer, ju...

How To: Want to Appear Smarter? Stop Using Impressive Vocabulary

We've all been there: facing a lengthy, complex word that ignores the phonics we were taught in elementary school, unsure of not only its pronunciation, but also its meaning. These words, from autochthonous to esquamulose, are both terrifying and impressive. After all, if someone knows how to use them—and even say them—they must be quite smart. Yet before you begin stuffing every email and presentation with verbose prose, you might want to reconsider what others perceive to be intelligent.

How To: Go back and correct a mistake while texting with Swype

We all make mistakes and in this tutorial, learn what to do if you decide to go back and change a word after you've already typed it. Fixing a word with Swype - the fastest way of text messaging - is super easy and won't slow you down at all. So, if you've typed that rambling, soul baring text message at 3 am and want to go back and change a few choice words save yourself with this feature.

How To: Embroider on leather

Fashionable and luxurious, leather embroidery will expand your project ideas to an exciting new level. This leather embroidery instructional video discusses design choice, needle choice, stabilizing, and hooping tips. Plan your next project, whether it be an embroidered leather purse or pair of shoes.

How To: Make a ladylike scrunchy floral belt

Belts make almost any outfit look better, especially dresses that are a little too loose in the midsection or need some extra tucking in to really underscore your beautiful hourglass shape. Belts come in all sorts of colors and shapes, but a scrunchy belt is among the most comfortable belts to wear.

How To: Make Healthier Food Choices by Clenching Your Fists

We've all walked into a restaurant with the best of intentions only to order something absurd, like a cheese-injected burger topped with bacon on a brioche bun. It's delicious for the few minutes it takes to eat the thing, and then you're left with a bellyful of regret and an inability to directly look at the numbers on your scale. Turns out that getting yourself to make healthy choices isn't as hard as one might think.

How To: Make a hair bow with and without a tail

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a hair bow with and without a tail. First, take a long and thick ribbon in your choice of color and a thin ribbon in your choice of color. After this, grab a needle and thread and set it aside once it's threaded. Then, take your thick ribbon and fold it into a bow shape. From here, take the needle and sew the ribbon down the middle of the bow. After this, take the smaller ribbon and tie this in the center of the bow. When finished, you will glue this to ...

How To: Paint your favorite sports team logo on a racing shell

In this video, we learn how to paint your favorite sports team logo on a racing shell. First, you will take your shell and trace out the logo on it with a Sharpie marker of your choice. Use tape to cover the areas that you don't want marked, so the lines come out cleaner and straighter. After you have done this, paint the logo onto the racing shell with small brushes and your choice of paints. Leave the tape in place until all of the paint has dried. Then, remove the tape from the shell and y...

How To: Make a (baked) mini frittata

Giada De Laurentiis shows you how to make delicious baked mini frittatas. This recipe yields 40 mini frittatas. Beat eight eggs, and add a half cup milk. Add some diced ham, or any other meat of your choice to the egg and milk mixture. Chop up some fresh parsley and add to the mix. You may substitute here with any fresh herb of your choice. Grate some fresh parmesan cheese over the mixture, and add a touch of salt and some freshly ground black pepper. Whisk gently. Spray your mini muffin cups...

How To: Read a tree diagram when studying probability

In this video the tutor shows how to read a tree diagram. He shows an example of a tree diagram and says that tree diagram represents the choices made by a student in a cafeteria by ordering different kinds of foods and the chain in which the they are ordered. Now every combination that a student can choose at their lunch is mapped out in the form of a tree diagram. Now any choice a real student takes at the cafeteria can be mapped out to the tree diagram through the different branches. Now t...

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