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How To: Recognize and avoid food dye Yellow 5 in kids foods

In this tutorial, learn all about our most controversial food dye Yellow number 5 is linked to conditions like cancer, ADHD and is believed to actually remove the essential nutrient, Zinc, from our bodies. Get all the facts about Yellow 5 and know which foods it is in. A vast majority of children's snacks contain this ingredient, so watch out! And learn what natural ingredients you can use to substitute for this artificial intruder.

How To: Know if you have the underpronation gait pattern

When the foot does not roll inward enough after the outside of the heel hits the ground, this results in Underpronation. The act of underpronation is visually depicted by an individual running on a treadmill; as the runner slows down via slow motion, one can see that the excess pressure of the body is only bearing down on the outside edges of the person's feet, as the foot neglects to roll inward. One can tell if they are underpronating by checking their footwear (running shoes, etc.), to see...

How To: Hack a DNS (Domain Name System) from start to finish

If you're looking to get into the nitty gritty of DNS (Domain Name System) hacking, you MUST check this video out. In this in-depth tutorial, you'll get to adventure into the wonderful world of DNS. Explore the vast and intricate details of our beloved Domain Name System while exploiting mis-configured routers, brute forcing, and even look up Wikipedia entries from TXT records.

How To: Obtain letters of recommendation after your internship

Internships can be a time when you obtain a vast amount of knowledge in a field that is close to what you wish to do in the near future. You come across many individuals who are able to teach you the tricks of the trade and can become very helpful allies. In this video, find out how to obtain letters of recommendation after your internship is long and over. So sit back, take notes, and enjoy!

How To: Use Chrome Flags to Prevent Page Load Jumps

Google's Chrome browser comes pre-loaded on the vast majority of today's Android devices, and it's one of the fastest, most stable, and useful browsers out there. But it does have one major annoyance—while a page is loading, you'll see a link, then reach to tap it, but an element further up the page will load, and the link will jump out from underneath your fingertip.

How To: Draw comic book superheroes, including Vegeta

This video, assembled for a school project by some art school students, teaches you how to draw comic book superheroes in two parts. They begin by going over the material that you will need, then the basic shapes that make up the majority of comic character's bodies, then goes over examples, including how to draw the popular anti-hero Vegeta from Dragonball Z.

How To: Simulate a hand trace drawing in Photoshop

Most of us have probably seen excellently mastered or remastered photos and pictures and you can't help but wonder how someone can make a picture look so good! A computer software called Photoshop allows you to make vivid, realistic and creative images through a vast array of tools and settings. This easily followed video tutorial will quickly guide you in how to make an actual photo look as if it was hand drawn! Make sure there is a person in the photo! It also helps to have a wall-like feel...

How to Spy on Tweeters: Viewing Someone Else's Twitter Timeline with TwtRoulette

In today's world of social media, there's really only two powerhouses—Facebook and Twitter. And those of you with Twitter accounts know the power of a Tweet. Getting more followers means reaching more people, but the vast majority of Tweeters are following only a handful of Twitterers themselves. Do you ever wonder why them? What's so special about these selected followed users? Is it worth it to follow them, too? That's up to you, but if you're searching for more people to follow, then it's ...

How To: Find gold in rivers and streams

This film is about gold. Gold diving. Use of the hookah rig to find gold. Gold flakes, nuggets, and platinum nuggets are shown. Gold and platinum are 15-19 times heavier than other streambed materials and concentrate in low pressure areas and cracks that run across rivers and streams. You look for a crack on the bank, and follow it out until you meet the "gold line" and there you suck it out with your dredge. Gold will be on the outside edge of a river gravel bar, at the head of the bar (larg...

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