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How To: Travel in Seoul, South Korea

One of the more interesting cities in Asia is Seoul in South Korea. Nestled within this huge city are quiet parks and traditional temples and shrines that should be included in travel itineraries of anyone going to Korea. Watch this video by Delta Airlines to learn more about Seoul in this Asian travel guide.

News: This Is How Much the Galaxy S9 Will Cost in the US

Although expected to be only a modest upgrade over the S8, we can't help but be excited about the Galaxy S9's unveiling late next month. Among the many rumors and questions we're looking to see addressed, one of the biggest queries we have is, of course, with the price tag. We might not have to wait a month for the goods, however, thanks to a new pricing announcement out of South Korea.

How To: Pronounce street related vocabulary words in Korean

Check out this Korean language tutorial video to learn how to say and pronounce street related vocabulary words in Korean. In this picture/video vocab lesson, we're bringing you to a street in Korea that will have you learn Korean vocabulary instantly! The best part is, this lesson will have you feeling like you're visiting Korea! Watch this language lesson that goes over some essential vocabulary you can find on the street. Navigate the streets of Korea (or even where you live) in no time wi...

How To: Make traditional Korean chicken soup

Yearning for some authentic Korean cuisine? You don't have to travel to Korea, but just find the right recipe to bring Korea to you! In this video presented by Aeris Kitchen, learn how to make traditional Korean chicken soup! To complete this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

How To: Make Indian butter milk from curd

Sanjay Thumma teaches the secret of making north and south Indian buttermilk from curd. For the south Indian type finely chop down some green chilies, curry leaves, coriander and a crushed piece of ginger. Use some roasted cumin and roll it down to powder it as shown. Blend a cup of curd with 2 cups of water and add a pinch of salt to it. Finally add all other ingredients to the buttermilk to complete it in south Indian style. Now for the north Indian style add some cumin powder and chaat mas...

How To: Pronounce Korean vocab while riding a bus

Remember when you were a kid, and you were always fascinated with buses? Every kid is fascinated with those big wheels, and spacious aisles. In this Korean language tutorial video, relive those memories as we go out for a picnic in Korea with Keith and Seol! And of course we'll be taking the bus in Korea. This instructional Korean language video shows you how to pronounce bus related vocabulary words. This video provides another great way to learn Korean, and continues with the Picture/Video ...

How To: Fold the Confederate battle flag

If you are from the South, the Confederacy is no doubt a part of your family history. If you are still representing your ancestors and the South's past, check out this video and learn how to care for your Confederate flag.

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: Pronounce office related Korean vocabulary

Do you work in an office? Learn Korean words pertaining an office in Korea! Check out this Korean language tutorial that shows you how to pronounce office related vocabulary words. This video provides another great way to learn Korean, and continues with the Picture/Video Vocab series to go over some Korean vocabulary in the office place! Offices in Korea are very similar to those found elsewhere in the world. So listen in to today's Picture Video Vocab Lesson, and learn some Korean words tha...

How To: Make Kyle from South Park your Call of Duty: Black Ops playercard emblem

Forget the callsigns and titles from previous Call of Duty video games, Black Ops gives you something new to play with— playercards. Playercards allow you to create virtually any emblem you can possible think of because they're fully customizable, and emblem images can be colored, moved, rotated, flipped, resized and stacked on top of each other, with up to 12 emblem images layered at once. And if you're making Kyle Broflovski from South Park your playercard emblem, you'll need all 12 layers!

How To: Make a basic dirty south loop arrangement in Reason

In this video, we learn how to make a basic dirty south loop arrangement in Reason. First, load up a synth loop from the Dirty South loops. Find one that you like, then find a drum loop for this. After you have loaded this, then load up a sampler to add to this. Play this and then start to edit the sound. You can higher and lower the volume and change the tempo as well. Take small sections at a time and then you will have a sound that you like! Save this when finished and come back to edit wh...

How To: Use Logic to eliminate vuvuzela sound at the World Cup

In this tutorial, learn how to use Logic Pro to alter the sound of the World Cup games so that you filter out the vuvuzela. The vuvuzela is a South African horn that is blown for 90 straight minutes and to those of us that are not from South Africa, sounds more like an annoying swarm of bees. Follow along with this quick tutorial and learn how to lessen the bumble bee sound if you are streaming your games online.

The Sony Hack: Thoughts & Observations from a Real Hacker

By now, nearly everyone with any type of media access is aware that Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked on November 24th. Although there can be many interpretations and lessons drawn from this audacious act, there is one indisputable conclusion: it and its ripples across the globe underlines how important hacking has become in our all-digital 21st century. As I have emphasized so many times in this column, hacking is the discipline of the future. From cybercrime to cyber intelligence to cy...

How To: Apply for ESTA registration for travel to the US

This is an electronic travel authorization system used to gain travel authorization to the United States. There are certain countries that fall under a visa waiver program, meaning that you do not need a visa to enter the US to visit. In that case you use the ESTA system. The countries that qualify in the VISA waiver program include Andora, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lich...

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