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How To: Establish proper vibraphone playing position

New to the vibes? As a professor at the Berklee College of Music, Victor Mendoza has earned an international reputation as a jazz educator, regularly conducting master classes at major music schools and universities around the world. In this video tutorial, Victor explains how to establish proper playing position and demonstrates the basic 2-mallet stroke.

How To: Set a rat trap safely

This video will demonstrate how to properly set our top 4 Rat Snap Traps. The models reviewed include the two most common traps, the original Victor Metal Trigger Trap as well as their newer Expanded Trigger Trap. Also reviewed are two new designs which are both easier and safer to employ. Baiting these traps is also discussed.

How To: Select a vibraphone mallet

New to the vibes? As a professor at the Berklee College of Music, Victor Mendoza has earned an international reputation as a jazz educator, regularly conducting master classes at major music schools and universities around the world. In this video tutorial, Mendoza will explain how to go about choosing a vibraphone mallet.

How To: Mix a Mai Tai by Trader Vic's recipe

The Mai Tai is one of the most well known cocktails from the "Tiki" era... Or is it? Chances are good that if you've ever had a Mai Tai, you haven't had it the way Victor "Trader Vic" Bergeron intended it. To mix a Mai Tai the right way, you will need light rum, gold rum, dark rum, orange curacao, Orget almond syrup with orange flower water, and fresh lime juice. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Mai Tai cocktail like Trader Vic intended it.

How To: Play Diwaniya, Iraq on Splinter Cell: Conviction

Take a trip into the past as Sam Fisher gets captured by terrorists in the Iraq War. Instead of playing as Sam, you'll be playing the part of Victor Coste — the only man Sam trusts. Find out how Coste saved Fisher's life in this walkthrough for the Diwaniya, Iraq (Mission 4). What happens that day in Diwaniyah? Find out.

News: Treat Yourself (Or Someone Else) to Some Steampunk Music This Holiday Season!

Steampunk music is an oft-debated genre, full of bands playing all sorts of different sounds. While this can make it difficult to generalize about the genre as a whole, it means that the average person is bound to like at least some Steampunk bands. That's why it's a great idea to support some independent Steampunk bands this holiday season by buying their music for yourself, or sharing it with someone else.

How To: Hide big ears with hair

Big ears are no laughing matter, unless your a ten thousand pound elephant and your name is Dumbo. So, how can you keep your larger than life ears a secret? One answer is surgery, but that's one of the worst ideas ever. The easiest and cheapest way to hide those flaps is by simply styling your hair the right way. Camouflage your big ears behind a new hairstyle and you’ll be confident once again.

Real Brain Food: What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 1

It's common knowledge that certain foods foster brain development, health, and memory. Fish almost always makes the list, as do any foods that are loaded with antioxidants like blueberries, nuts, whole grains, green tea, and dark chocolate. Spices like turmeric are being studied for their ability to prevent Alzheimer's, among other things.

How To: 32 Things You Didn't Know About Your iPhone's Keyboard

Apple's stock keyboard for iPhone has gone through many changes over the years. Some have been significant, and others more subtle. Overall, most of these updates have been fairly obvious, so you're probably already using them — but there are more than a few interesting features that were slipped in under the radar that you may not know about.

How To: Make a Website Out of Chocolate

Sorry guys, despite the headline, this one isn't an actual How To. But the process behind the creation of Portuguese brewer Sagres' chocolate crafted website is fascinating, and we would gladly welcome any lengthy step-by-step tutorial. Created in promotion of the brewery's new chocolate flavored stout, the company's ad agency—Grand Union Portugal—gave Victor Nunes, world famous chocolatier and artistic director of Óbidos International Chocolate Festival, the task of creating a site completel...

Final Release: Upgrade Your EVO 4G LTE to Android 4.3 Right Now

All you Sprint customers still rocking the HTC EVO 4G LTE got some good news last night. Per Martin Fichter, a US Vice President at HTC, the once flagship Sprint device has been issued a final update, taking the device from Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to Android 4.3 (Jellybean). While not the latest Android version, this update also carries the upgrade to Sense 5. As the company stated in their Reddit AMA, HTC will continue to update their flagship devices to the latest Android versions ...

First Round: What really grinds my gears.

What do you guys think about all these "pleasant" ties? I'm so not cool with waking up to watch a game, only to fall asleep again. The lack of goals scored in these first few games is really discouraging and detrimental to new viewers and the growth of the sport in the U.S. This is apparently one of the lowest scoring World Cups in a long time.

News: The Value and Worth of Daily Positive Affirmations

I've been dealing with emotional difficulty for many years. It started when I had surgery for the epilepsy I was dealing, and quite literally, dying with. Since the surgery on March 28, 1990 I have had no seizures, but I have had plenty of emotional difficulty. Along with that, surviving some traumatic events has added some emotional baggage...in other words struggling...along the way.

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