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How To: Fold a prize-winning origami SST paper airplane

To make this origami SST paper airplane, begin with a square. The origami SST (supersonic transport) was designed by Dr. James Sakota. The plane was first featured in the 1960's book The Great International Paper Airplane Book, a documentation of the Scientific American first International Paper Airplane Competition. It won first place for origami/nonprofessional. This plane flies excellently in a fast, long distance glide! Learn how to make the origami SST paper airplane by watching this ins...

How To: Build a deadly moat for your base in Minecraft

Having an epic base in Minecraft is one thing, having an epic moat, much more awesome. But let's up the stakes, a moat that also doubles as a way of killing those nasty zombis, spiders, creepers and more and then transports all their loot right into a little holding area that you can claim them from. In this two part video series you'll learn how to construct the moat itself, although he does it for a 6x6x6 building you can do it for larger, it will just require more materials.

How To: Get a clear aerial video with a Sony DSC-P72

In this tutorial, we learn how to get a clean aerial video with Sony DSC-P72. First, you will want to get a large electric plane and mount the camera securely to the top of it. After this, remember to turn the camera on before you send the camera off. Now, control the plane and turn it into the sky. Make sure the video settings are on, then watch the plane go up in the sky and move it around to different spots up in the air. Move it to places you want to see that you can't while down on the g...

How To: Make your own extension cord caddy out of a bucket

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an extension cord caddy out of a bucket. First, you will need an old bucket that you aren't using for anything else. Then, drill a 1" hole into the bucket on the bottom with a drill. Then, feed your extension cord through the hole in the bottom and place your extension cord in the bucket for transport. You can also place tools you need into the bucket. This is a lot more convenient than having to run around to pick up different tools. This is also a grea...

How To: Load a kayak onto a car

In this how to video, you will learn how to load a kayak on a vehicle. Doing this properly will mean both the kayak and vehicle are safe. A simple upright system is fine for your kayak. You want to look for J and V bars with padding to transport your kayak. To lift the kayak on to the roof, first check to make sure the straps are working. Hold the kayak with both hands and a straight back with your knees. Lay the kayak in a strong position on its side. Secure the kayak with the straps. Thread...

How To: Strap down large items to the bed of a truck

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to strap down large items to the bed of a truck. Users will just need a long rope. The rope should be long enough to wrap around the back of the truck. Take the rope and make a loop. Then wrap around it and pull. It should look similar to a rope noose. Make sure it is tight. Then take the other side of the rope and put it through the loop. Pull on it to tighten. Then wrap around it and pull. Do this several times to secure it. This video will benefit ...

How To: Disassemble a PS3 Blu-ray Disc drive

This video contains instructions for disassembling the Blu-ray Disc drive in your PlayStation 3. If you've never attempted to take apart the Blu-ray drive, then you must watch this, or you may possibly damage your PS3 for good! See how to teardown the Blu-ray player, all the way down to the laser transport. This is very useful if you need to replace the drive and want to save about $70-$100.

News: UK Government Invests $38 Million in Driverless Cars

With the British exit from the European Union looming, the UK is looking to the auto industry to help boost their economy and secure jobs through the upcoming years. Today, Business Secretary Greg Clark and Transport Minister John Hayes announced the government investment of $136.7 million (£109.7 million) across 38 different automobile projects, as a part of the Plan for Britain.

Hack prestige in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to hack the prestige mode in the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Prestige Mode is an option that a player can choose after they progress to Level 55 (Commander) and gain a little more experience. With this hack, viewers will be able to prestige their account to any level, and unlock all emblems and titles. Users will need a USB drive to transport files between the computer and the video game console. This video will benefit those viewers who play...

How To: Seal black iron pipe joints

Teflon tape or pipe dope can be used to create a seal on black iron pipe. Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com demonstrates how to do the job right and shares some helpful tips. This black iron pipe is used to transport natural gas to your furnace, water heater and stove. This pipe has threaded fittings at the connection point which need to be sealed with pipe dope or Teflon tape. Teflon tape should be wrapped onto the male end of the pipe in a clockwise direction. Pipe dope has the consistency of...

How To: Forge e-mail addresses

The purpose of this video is to show an e-mail security flaw using telnet that allows hackers to send e-mails using anyone's e-mail address. Thankfully, many major e-mail providers have software that blocks this. My intention is to make people aware of this flaw so that other e-mail providers can protect themselves as well.

How To: Hack a Virtual Host, or vhost, with PHP

This hacker's guide demonstrates a quick PHP script which may allow you to crawl through the operating system on your hosting provider. demonstrate the power of PHP on a Virtual Host, or vhost, if PHP is not correctly secured by your web hosting provider. For more information on this hack, watch this helpful video guide.

How To: Set up an email account with Evolution in Ubuntu Linux

If you're new to the Ubuntu Linux distribution, one of the first things you might want to do is set up an email address for an existing email account. This tutorial from ubuntuclips.org will show you how. To get started, determine your email provider's POP and SMTP mail servers (e.g., for Google's Gmail, these are pop.gmail.com and smtp.gmail.com). NB: Some web-based email providers, like Gmail, require that you enable POP forwarding in your account settings.

How To: The White Hat's Guide to Choosing a Virtual Private Server

Conducting phishing campaigns and hosting Metasploit sessions from a trusted VPS is important to any professional security researcher, pentester, or white hat hacker. However, the options are quite limited since most providers have zero-tolerance policies for any kind of hacking, good or bad. After researching dozens of products, we came out with 5 potentials that are ideal for Null Byte readers.

How To: Activate your iPhone without service, just an AT&T SIM

The iPhone has always been hamstrung by its alignment with AT&T, the worst of the big 4 US cell service providers. If you have an iPhone and are planning on unlocking it for use with another provider, or just want to use it without being connected to AT&T's network, this video is here to help. It will show you how to activate an iPhone instantly without a service plan using any AT&T SIM card.

How To: Pack Household Goods Effectively

When the time comes to move home, the logistics of moving your belongings can easily become tiresome, tricky and even disastrous. However, with a little careful planning and foresight, the act of packing can be a simple process. The key to getting the most from your move is in efficiency, planning and care. Here, we take a look at the best ways to pack in order to ensure a safe and simple move.

HBO Now 101: How to Cancel Your Subscription

I'm a little biased — I love HBO. I wouldn't want to cancel my subscription, because there are constantly shows I want to watch. But I understand not everyone is like me. Some people might only subscribe to watch, say, Game of Thrones, then cancel their subscription when the show ends. In that case, if you're reading this before July 30th, you'll want to use this information five episodes from now.

How To: Use export plug-ins in Aperture

Aperture's extensible architecture supports third-party export plug-ins that make it easy to export your photos directly to various web publishing sites, print service providers, and other software applications. You can find many of these plug-ins on www.apple.com.

How To: Get started with VoIP using Asterisk

Kevin Rose is joined by John Todd, a well known, leading Asterisk expert, to introduce you to the amazing VoIP (Voice over IP) world of Asterisk, the open source voip telephony toolkit. In this episode, Kevin and John take you through the installation and configuration of this powerful tool, and show how it can be used to give anyone complete control over their phone experiences, such as voice over wifi, eliminating phone costs, choosing from hundreds of VoIP providers, creating your own voic...