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How To: Play the intro from "The Winner Takes It All" by ABBA

In this tutorial, we learn how to play the intro from "The Winner Takes It All" by ABBA. You will want to start out by playing the intro to this ABBA song. Once you have done the intro to the song, you will continue onto the first verse of the song. Make sure to pay attention to the keys and use the right and left hand while playing. Continue on to play the rest of the verses and the chorus of the song. Finish off with the last verse, then go back over the song adding in the lyrics and perfec...

How To: Take a football hit with Shaun Alexander

Shaun Alexander was a great NFL running back for a long time. In this video, he takes some time out of his schedule to provide advice to young running back on how to take a hit. This is one of the biggest parts of a running back's job, so learning how to do it properly is crucial.

News: Would You Have the Balls to Take on the Wall of Death?

The Wall of Death is an adrenaline-junkie's dream—a gripping, precarious balancing act of motorcycles racing in rapid circles around the interior of a creaky wooden drum. In today's world, the act appears in touring side shows and carnivals across the US, India and Europe. The performances in India are particularly thrilling (mostly due to the seeming lack of safety regulation). But the death-defying New Delhi boys shown above didn't invent this insane tradition. It was created in the old US ...

How To: Take professional-quality photos using natural light

Interested in taking professional-caliber portraits but haven't time (or money) for a bulky light rig? Great results can be had by taking advantage of the available light from windows. This photographer's guide offers a number of pointers for you shooters out there. For more information, and to get started taking your own beautifully lit photos, take a look.

How To: Create a gumpaste cake flower

Who doesn't love a cake? And what could make a cake better than some hand made flower decorations on top. This how-to takes you step by step through the process to make your first gumpaste peony. It takes a bit of practice, but you can do it! Now you can make flowers like Cake Boss!

How To: Release built up tension

This video explains how to release built up tension using De-stress styled Yoga. This type of Yoga requires you sit on your legs while sitting up straight. Taking deep breaths is the first step to begin releasing tension using Yoga. While taking deep breaths you must turn your torso very slowly from left to right. While keeping your legs planted on the ground, stretch your arms forward until the tips of your fingers are touching the ground. Taking frequent deep breaths in between these two Yo...

How To: Clean and replace the burrs in a coffee grinder

In this tutorial, we learn how to clean and replace the burrs in a coffee grinder. Start out by taking the bean hopper out, you will have to use a screw driver to remove this completely. Then, mark the top burr so you ,know where it was lined up, then spin the top until it comes off. Then, remove the parts off of this and clean them off. Make sure to put these all back together the way you took them off. Now, clean the bottom burr by prying it up with a tool and using an old toothbrush to scr...

How To: Simplify expressions with different exponents

This video shows the method to simplify expressions with different exponents. The video starts with the explanation of 16 raised to the power 1/4. This can be solved by taking the nth or the 4th root of 16 where n stands for the denominator of the fraction. Then the video explains 8 raised to power 4/3. This can be solved in two ways. First one involves taking the cube root of 8 and raising it to the power of 4. The second method involves converting 8 into 2 raised to the power 3 and taking t...

How To: Perform a dipping free kick in FIFA 11 on the Xbox 360

If you've gotten a free kick and it's between 24 and 30 yards, there's a way to actually score almost every time using a Dipping Free kick. It takes a little finesse though, and you have to make sure that the player who is taking the free kick has a high Free Kick Accuracy stat. In this video you will get a walkthrough of how to perform this free kick.

How To: Take a screen shot on a Mac or Windows PC

Want to capture an image of your screen, either in full or in part? Whether you use Mac OS X or any variant of Microsoft Windows, this video tutorial will hae you taking screengrabs with ease regardless in no time. For specifics, and to get started taking your own screenshots, watch this free video guide from the people at Lynda.

How To: Adjust date and time in Aperture

All digital cameras automatically record the date and time each photo was taken and store this time stamp as metadata within each image file. In Aperture 2, you can change these time stamps. This is particularly useful if the clock in your camera is set incorrectly or if you're trying to synchronize photos taken by multiple cameras at a single event.

How To: Remove the seats from a classic VW Beetle Bug

If you plan on restoring a VW Beetle, or are in the process, one area that you'll have to tackle are the seats. Taking them out can be a bit of a pain if you have no idea what yo're doing, so this tutorial is here to help. Check it out and see what it takes to remove the seats from a classic VW Beetle Bug Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Get maximum web browsing space in Firefox

ClearTechInfo takes you though a series of tweaks to customize Firefox in order to get maximum web browsing space. This is done by changing the default Firefox skin, installing a menu button by going to Firefox add-ons and searching for the specified add-on and installing them. Next by customizing Firefox by removing unwanted buttons and changing the locations of essential buttons, the address bar and the search bar thereby minimizing the screen space taken by the browser.

How To: Create a comp from multiple takes in Propellerhead Record 1.5

Learn how to create a perfect track from multiple takes with the Record comp editor. This official video guide from James Bernard of Propellerhead will teach you everything you'll need to know. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief video software tutorial.

How To: Live a long life

Everyone wants to live to join the ranks of the centenarians! By following longevity tips like taking care of your teeth, getting a college education, taking up a sport like golf or swimming, drinking a glass of red wine every day and even marrying a younger woman, you can live to be 100 years old! Not only that, you'll be able to make the best of your long life.

How To: Dance the quick step

Like the foxtrot, the quick step follows a rythm that starts off slow then picks it up or a 2/4 or 4/4 time beat. It comes from the Charleston and actually got its name due to a quick step taken in the middle of the dance. See if you got what it takes to do the quick step with this helpful tutorial from dance instructor Nina Ortega.

How To: Make simple wire hoop earrings

The video describes to make wire hoop earrings. Take a steel metal of anything and take a eighteen gauge wire and wrap a few length of it around the taken piece of metal which is cylindrical in shape. Cut the wire at the desired part and remove from metal.The wire takes the shape of a standard spring. Again cut it into two or three pieces. Hold the wire again and straighten the edge and after that once again bend it down holding at the place where bent begins. Put some on it to design and the...

How To: Become a flight medic

Are you interested in flight medicine? Taking care and transporting critical care patients to and from the sight of their injury to the hospital? In this video, learn from the President of the National Flight Medic Association, Jason Hums MPH what it takes to become a flight medic: what to do after schooling to prep, how to compiete for the job in this highly competitive field, and what wesbites to ceck out for more information.

How To: Clean dirty coins using multiple methods

Kevin demonstrates multiple methods to clean dirty coins.In the first method he takes some coke in a glass and hangs a dirty coin in it with the help of a string. This coke technique takes a few hours.In another faster technique which takes only 20 to 30 minutes he takes table salt and food vinegar. He takes the table salt and dissolves it in vinegar in a bowl. When most of it is dissolved he drops a dirty coin in it and waits about 20 minutes.Another method is to rub toothpaste on the coin f...

How To: Paint nails with a cheetah print

This video is a tutorial on how to paint nails with cheetah print and rhinestones. The tools shown by the instructor consisted of nail polish and makeup sponge. The first step taken where to cover the tip of the nail in a white polish with a burnt orange colored finish. A sharpened pencil is used as an art tool to shape round circles onto the corners and center back of the nail made of a dark brown nail polish. The instructor then takes a glittery gold color to make river like patterns runnin...

How To: Use a Neti pot with your sinus cold

This video shows how to use a Neti Pot for treating sinus cold. The lady who demonstrates first takes out the Neti pot and sinus pills. She next takes the distilled water and pours it into the neti pot. She then mixes the sinus pill in the water. She explains how to go about doing procedure how to use it. Now she leads over to the sink and takes the pot with the solution and keeps her face little inside the sink. Next she keeps the pipe of the neti pot into her right nasal and pours the water...

How To: Make an Alice Cullen crest necklace

In this video, Alice demonstrates how to make a crest necklace using simple things. For making this necklace she collects some materials such as oblong shaped rock or polymer clay, some paints, a computer print of a cullen crest and so on. She uses the ordinary black paint to paint the rock completely. Next, she collect a computer print of a layout for the culler crest and carefully cutout the shape and using craft glue she stick it on the painted rock to see it fit. she takes some white pain...

How To: Levitate in a photo

In this video from Dom Bower Photography, he demonstrates how to make it look like a person is levitating in a photo. He sets the timer on the camera and takes the picture of himself. It takes a few tries to get a picture where he is airborne when the picture is taken. The trick is to try to pose while jumping so that it doesn't look like you're jumping. It might take a few tries, but if you use some of the tricks shown in this video, you'll be able to take a picture that makes it look like a...

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