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How To: Polish your boots to ROTC standards

In this tutorial, we learn how to polish your boots to ROTC standards. You will need: Kiwi black shoe polish, scissors, and an old t-shirt or cloth. First, take your scissors and cut out a section of the t-shirt to make it the size of a wash cloth. Next, rub some shoe polish onto the cloth after flattening it and wrapping it around your index finger. Now, place your shoe on the table next to you and start to shine it over the entire shoe. Make sure you dip the cloth in water before and after ...

Hacker Fundamentals: A Tale of Two Standards

If you read my article on the OSI model, you got a good overview on communications from that model's perspective, but how does that relate to TCP/IP? We're going to take it a step further, getting into the idea behind the two address concept. How does an IP address and a MAC address work together? If you want to hijack sessions and all sorts of lulz like that, you need to understand these concepts. Let's get into it, mates!

How To: Build an analog internet meter out of an Arduino Ethernet Shield

The internet has created amazing new standards for how closely information can be followed. If you want a portable analog unit that will monitor one important piece of online info continuously and have some DIY electrical knowhow, watch this video. It will show you how to use an Arduino Ethernet Shield to make an internet meter to monitor email, stocks, and other online info on a simple analog display. You will need to know some PHP to make this work.

How To: Make a loud paper banger noisemaker

Making paper bangers / poppers is one of the most fun and annoying (to others) things that you can do with a single sheet of paper. This video will show you how to make one in very copious detail by the standards of other paper bomb videos. It may take some practice to get the banging motion right, but once you do this little banger will be very loud. It's also reusable, so you can use the same one to annoy people for weeks! Or until someone rips it. But then you can just make another one!

How To: Read a tire sidewall

In this Autos, Motorcycles & Planes video tutorial you will learn how to Read a tire sidewall. By understanding the information on the tire sidewall, you will come to know what is the tire size, speed rating and when it was manufactured. First look for a combination of letters and numbers. For example, P205/55R16 89V. ‘P’ implies passenger car tire. Some light trucks may also have ‘P’ or ‘LT’. if there is no letter, the tire is designed to Euro standards. 205 is the overall width of the tire ...

How To: Use the basics of Mac OS X Mail

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of Mac OS X Mail. See how to set up mail with your email accounts, compose messages, add attachments, view attachments with Quick Look, and search through Mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac.

How To: Loosen & soften hair curls with a regular curling iron

You don't need expensive equipment to keep your hair up to par with today's fashion standards. There's a gazillion different ways to curl your hair, but the one tool you should have is one of those cheap, regular curling irons available just about everywhere. With this normal curling iron, you can create loose and soft curls in your hair, and all it takes is a delicate touch. LiliTheDarkMoon shares her secret to perfect, luxurious, almost natural curls that create a subtle glamour look, witho...

How To: Prepare before you try salvia divinorum

A young hippie discusses the use of Salvia Divinorum, which is a federally legalized psychedelic. Some states, however, do not abide by the federal standards and it is cautioned that you should check with your states ruling on the substance before using. Salvia Divinorum can be purchased online and ingested via inhalation (through smoking) or by chewing depending on the intensity and duration of the experience you wish to achieve. Smoking's effects can last for about 30 minutes while chewing ...

How To: Perform the Slow Flight maneuver

In this AeroCast episode, UND Aerospace discusses the Slow Flight maneuver as performed in the Piper Warrior (PA-28-161), referencing the procedures and standards outlined in the UND Warrior Standardization Manual. All performance tolerances are based on the performance standards set forth by the FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Standards. Since the most critical phases of flight occur at airspeeds less than cruise, a pilot must always be comfortable with his or her airplane’s handling charac...

How To: Perform Power On Stall maneuvers

In this AeroCast episode, Anthony Bottini discusses the Power On Stall maneuver as performed in the Piper Warrior (PA-28-161), referencing the procedures and standards outlined in the UND Aerospace Warrior Standardization Manual. All performance tolerances are based on the performance standards set forth by the FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Standards. Power On Stall practice is vital in increasing a pilot’s proficiency in regards to stall recognition and stall recovery techniques during an...

How To: Power off stall and recover a small plane

In this AeroCast episode, Anthony Bottini discusses the Power Off Stall maneuver as performed in the Piper Warrior (PA-28-161), referencing the procedures and standards outlined in the UND Aerospace Warrior Standardization Manual. All performance tolerances are based on the performance standards set forth by the FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Standards. Power Off Stall practice is vital in increasing a pilot’s proficiency in regards to stall recognition and stall recovery techniques during ...

How To: Design for multiple browsers

James Williamson for Lynda demonstrates designing for multiple browsers. The most frustrating aspects of web design is constantly dealing with the settle and some times not so settle differences in browser rendering. While they moved to a standard spaced, CSS control presentations has made life infinitely easier for web designs. Dealing with bad browser behavior is one of most unfortunate side effects. All browsers render our pages same because each browser reads and renders the HTML and CSS ...

How To: Use built-in preflight tools in Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro

This Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro tutorial shows you how you can use the built-in preflight tools to identify issues in a PDF like colors, fonts, standards conformance and more. Learn how to analyze and fix an entire PDF, or run single checks and fixups on trouble spots or certain objects. You will also see how to embed an audio trail of the inspection in Acrobat 9 Pro.

How To: Tailor your resume for foreign countries

In this video, we learn how to tailor your resume for foreign countries. When you are writing the resume, you need to keep in mind the: length, content, demands, passport, and hobbies. You should make sure the content is descriptive and you focus on your accomplishments. Don't focus on the family and references, these are not required on the resume. The recruiter wants to know more about your professional life, and if you have a passport to travel. Depending on the country you are traveling t...

How To: Work with context and subcontext buttons in Blender

This clip covers the confusing array of buttons and controls in Blender that are used for the different functions. Specifically, it talks about context and sub-context buttons, presets for TV broadcast (and the different standards for those) in HD or high-definition broadcast. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular 3D modeling program or a seasoned graphic artist just interested in better acquainting yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this free vid...

How To: Make Luigi from Mario out of Legos

Luigi is the comic relief / punching bag character in the most popular series of video games of all time, Mario. There are many different models of Luigi that you can make or acquire made from plush and die-cast. This video will teach you how to make a two-dimensional (at least by Lego standards) model of Luigi out of Lego blocks. The video uses a computer program, but you can use real blocks obviously should you so choose. Would make a great wall hanging!

How To: Wire a car amplifier and subwoofer inside your house

This easy to follow silent and accurate video will guide you quickly and easily through what you'll need, (like a Power Supply, a sound system that has a Subwoofer Pre-output and a High Input adapter, which may already come with your amp.) First learn what colored wires should be connected to simulate your PC starting. Then connect the amp to the power supply to simulate the car Head-Unit starting. Once the power issues are handled, the video assists you with connecting your audio input. It i...

How To: Customize a CSS template for your website

Want to create a web site using the latest web standards but don't know where to begin? This tutorial outlines the usage of a CSS website template file designed to help those who are not familiar with programming. This is a great resource that will not only kick-start your first web design project, but it will also help you to learn how to manage your web site layout, fonts, and colors using CSS through simple experimentation of changing values in your style sheet.

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