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How To: Lay a wooden floor at home

Want to lay a hardwood floor yourself? It's easy. Provided, that is, you have all of the following materials: wood panels (preferably with built-in foam underlay), plastic sheeting, duct tape, tapping blocks, a hammer, a crowbar, a straight edge, a miter square, a pencil, string line, some spacers, and a saw. For complete instructions on putting it all together and installing your own custom wooden floor using panels, watch this free DIY guide.

How To: Use the Mac OS X terminal

This video tutorial offers an introduction to the terminal for those making a switch from Windows to Mac OS X, one of the most powerful (yet cryptic) of OS X, which will allow you to interact with OS X's underlying UNIX layer. If you'd like to get acquainted with the terminal, simply press play!

How To: Immobilize an injured victim

Wounds that involve underlying structures usually require immobilization. The purpose for immobilizing an injured victim is to provide support. This first aid how-to video demonstrates the proper technique for immobilizing someone who has serious wounds or injuries.

How To: Draw an anatomically correct human head

You can't accurately draw a human face - heck, any part of a human body - without knowing about how the underlying bones and muscles contribute to structure. And while disecting is by far the best thing you can do to improve your knowledge in these two fields, we don't all have the ability to do such things. So this video is the next best alternative.

How To: Find the secret palmistry meaning in the fingers

Just because it's called palm reading doesn't mean it's only "palm" reading. Palmistry involves more than mere palms — it looks at all parts of the grasping side of the hand, including the fingers. And in this two-part video from Jim Winter, a professional palmist, tarot reader, face reader and graphologist, you will learn the secret, underlying meaning behind a person's fingers. Knowing the digits is just as important as knowing the sweaty palm.

How To: Reduce beard stubble in Photoshop

This video, produced by Photoshop Universe, teaches how to reduce beard stubble or 5 o'clock shadows from male pictures. We are shown how to use the dust and scratches filter, layer mask, as well as the advanced layer style command "blend if" on the underlying layer helps us to make this possible. The first step is to duplicate the layer and then select filter, noise, and dust and scratches. The second step is to apply some dust and scratches to the beard selection. Finally we blur the layer ...

How to Hack Databases: Running CMD Commands from an Online MS SQL Server

Welcome back, my hacker novitiates! There are many ways to hack databases, and most of these techniques require SQL injection (SQLi), which is a way of sending SQL commands back to the database from a web form or other input. In this tutorial, we will use SQL injection to get access to the underlying server. So instead of getting access to the database and its data, we will use the database as an intermediary to gain access to the underlying server.

How To: Make a Marie Antoinette inspired matchbox

The Artful Paper Doll demonstrates how to make a Marie Antoinette inspired matchbox. Trace the matchbox template onto a piece of decorative paper. Score the template on the creases and then cut the template out of the decorative paper. Fold the creases up. Affix the creases into a square basket shape with dabs of glue to hold the flaps closed. Fold and glue the ends of the box sleeve together. Slide the basket into the sleeve to form the matchbox. Embellish the box as desired. The box can be ...

How To: Prepare to meet an architect

Before meeting with an architect, you may want to review this video tutorial which outlines what you ought to consider when meeting with an architect that will be helping you renovate your home. Homeowners should visit places and take down notes and photos of what designs they appreciate so that they can bring it to the architect. This will help you to train your senses and language to describe what you like and dislike in terms of style. You should also bring magazine clippings or books of s...

How To: Mask & replace skies with Photoshop

Learn how to combine images with a mask in Adobe Photoshop by opening the same raw file twice and applying separate exposures. This technique is used to perhaps mask out the sky or the windows. Using the negative exposure making the initially over exposed sky black and the dark parts white which is what the mask feature operates on. Then the designer selects cuts out the sky in the mask layer and makes it invisible so that the second layer or underlying picture shows through.

How To: Replace a sky in Photoshop

Photoshop is the perfect program to use when you want to make adjustments to photos you have taken. You can really make a sky pop in any of your pictures by using Photoshop to manipulate the color by following this tutorial.

How To: Create clouds over a sea in Photoshop

Pixel Perfect is the "perfect" show to help you with your Photoshop skills. Be amazed and learn as master digital artist Bert Monroy takes a stylus and a digital pad and treats it as Monet and Picasso do with oil and canvas. Learn the tips and tricks you need to whip those digital pictures into shape with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. In this episode, Ben shows you how to create cloud over a sea in Photoshop.

How To: Install a pond skimmer

Install a pond skimmerThe most critical steps to installing a skimmer are the water level and attaching the liner to the face plate with a water tight seal. The pond should be rocked in. The skimmer needs to be level from front to back and side to side. That's critical. Optimum water level is approximately 3/4 inch down from the top of the steel face. Use the level (tool) to determine the water level on the face plate. It's important to have the weir door work effectively. Prepare the area fo...

How To: Install Timberline roofing shingles

GAF roofing has a four nail pattern. The shingles come in 2 sizes: English and metric. In this video we will be using English sizes. Place the shingles in a row by row pattern. You may move left to right or right to left but never move up the roof. You may have the shingle hanging over the roof by 1/4 in. Install the leak barrier in high wind areas. Place the second shingle next to the first. Five inches of the underlying shingle should be exposed. Use a whole shingle for the first course. Th...

News: Human Dissection Illustrated in Anatomical Pop-Up Books

Before there was Gray's Anatomy, physicians and medical students used anatomical flap books to explore the inner workings of the human body—a scientific illustrated guide that takes its name from the moveable paper flaps that can be "dissected" to reveal hidden anatomy underneath. Similar to pop-up books, these instructional tools mimic the act of human dissection, allowing doctors and students to study the intricacies of the body normally concealed by flesh.

How To: Unlock Android Pay on Your Phone Right Now

In response to the success of Apple Pay and an attempt to stave off the appealing Samsung Pay service, Google is completely revamping Android's mobile payments system. Instead of just using Google Wallet as an app to make payments with your phone, a new service called Android Pay, with an extensive underlying framework and API, will soon make its debut—and maybe even sooner than you'd think.

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