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How To: Learn palm reading secrets

Do you want to learn what your hands can tell you about your personality with the ancient art of palmistry? Take a look inside palm reading with Per Hogseth the acclaimed psychic palm reader from Norway as he explains how to explore the universe residing within your own hands.

How To: Use a proxy with Firefox to hide your IP address

The video shows us how to use a proxy server with Firefox to hide your IP address. you can actually use this to avoid the hacking and various things that are blocking you from websites. Firefox is one of the easiest way to do this and for doing this you need to Google search the free proxylist and then you can select a proxy from the one which is related to the country you are residing in. Then copy that proxy server and then go to tools and click on options and under advanced tab click on ne...

How To: Use belays for rock climbing

Belays enable climbers to stop fellow climbers during a fall. Therefore, belays are an essential safety device in climbing. Learn how to use belays in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: use a high friction rope device, have a large carabineer, communicate with partner, and consult your local outdoor store. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports company f...

How To: Create your own headlines in GIMP

Hulldo teaches you how to create your own headlines in GIMP. You start off with a new file and paint that a light brown. Make a selection on the file and create a new layer on top. Color that layer black and add Gaussian blur. Put that layer beneath so it will make a shadow on your selection. Create the start of a gradient or simply a Grey layer on the bottom of the headline. Then add your text with black color. You can duplicate these layers, reside the selection and change the text. You are...

How To: Indoor climb on a rock wall

Indoor climbing provides year-round opportunities for climbers. Sheltered from the weather, the climber can practice in a controlled environment while receiving instruction. Learn how to indoor climb in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: focus on your footwork, stay relaxed, and remember to breathe. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports company for seve...

How To: Use carbineers for rock climbing

Carabineers come in different types, which are used for different purposes. There are various levels of rating for every carabineer. Learn how to choose and use carabineers in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: buy the right carabineer, buy locking carabineers, and keep carabineers clean. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports company for several years a...

How To: Use quick draws while rock climbing

Quick draws link the climbing rope to the rock wall. Numerous quick draws are used during any climb. Learn how to use quick draws in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: climb with caution, use 6 to 20 quick draws, and solidify the climbing route. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports company for several years and loves the sport.

How To: Use ascenders for rock climbing

Ascenders are one of the types of equipment used in aid climbing. Ascenders allow the climber to maintain his progress when taking a break. Learn how to use ascenders in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: consult your local store, attach with carabineer, and use teeth to create gripping friction. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports company for several...

How To: Use grip savers for rock climbing

Grip savers, or finger-strengthening devices, help prepare a climber for the strength and endurance challenges of climbing. There are a variety of devices and exercises that can strengthen a climbers hands. Learn how to use grip savers in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: squeeze a tennis ball, strengthen fingers to keep balance, and follow good diet and exercise. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central Cali...

How To: Use harnesses while rock climbing

A climber needs to consult with an expert when choosing and fitting harnesses for rock climbing. Different harnesses have different uses and features. Learn how to use a harness for rock climbing in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: use a harness, go with a trusted partner, and adjust the harness accordingly. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountaineering sports compa...

How To: Use a climbing rope for rock climbing

Climbing rope is a rock climber's lifeline. A specialty retailer can help you choose the correct climbing rope for your purposes. Learn how to use and care for climbing rope in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: determine where and when you will be climbing, keep rope coiled in cool, dry environment, and use rope wash is an excellent way to keep rope free of debris. Josh, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central Cal...

How To: Use prusicks and cordelettes for rock climbing

Cordelletes, slings and prusicks are three of the more specific-use elements of rock climbing equipment. Learn how to use prusicks, slings and cordelettes in this climbing video tutorial. Take action: slings can be used to clip gear or set up anchors, prusicks are back-up descending device, and use a cordelette for anchor or for prusick. Josh, the instructor of this how-to video from Live Strong, is an avid climber that resides off the coast in central California. He has managed for a mountai...

How To: Bunny hop on a BMX bike

A bunny hop is the foundation for many BMX bike tricks and it involves getting both wheels of the bike off the ground. Learn how to bunny hop from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: pull up on the handle bars, pull back end up with the pedals, and practice. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabasas Cyclery.

How To: Do a flatland BMX move

Flatland is a freestyle BMX bike riding style on smooth, flat surfaces without any ramps or jumps. Learn how to flatland from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: feather the brakes, shift your weight, and practice, but remember not to pull up too hard on the handle bars. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabas...

How To: Ride freestyle BMX

Freestyle BMX bike riding includes a variety of styles of extreme BMX tricks. Learn how to freestyle from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: spot your landing, gain proper speed for the trick, learn to bunny hop down, and learn to ride faki. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabasas Cyclery.

How To: Use the Remote Desktop feature within Windows XP

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to use the Remote Desktop feature within Windows XP. This application will enable you to access your home computer from office using the internet. This application is really very easy and simple to use. You have to ensure 3 things for this to work. Ensure that the computer on which your files reside that you want to access has all the components of XP installed. This is the host. The computer that you want to use to access the ...

How To: Partition & resize your hard drive with EASEUS

This is a step by step tutorial how to Partition & resize your hard drive with EASEUS. To resize hard drive Open EASEUS Partition Manager. Click on the drive you want to resize. Then click Resize/Move. Go to the end and left-click with your mouse dragging in the direction you want to go. In the display you can see the size that's being created. When you have the size drives you want, just stop and click OK. If you shrunk one drive you can now create a new drive using the unallocated space. Th...

How To: Diagnose and handle a concussion

A concussion is the most common type of brain injury, often occurring in bike and car accidents or during sports. Many people think that you have to lose consciousness to have a concussion but that is indeed not the case. A concussion occurs any time you have some type of trauma to the head. That can be jostling of the head where the brain is basically just hitting the inside of the skull or it can actually be where you hit your head or somebody that falls and they fall and hit their head. Ki...

NFL Comes to YouTube: Game Highlights, Analysis, & More

YouTube and the National Football League have announced a partnership that should greatly improve the online experience for gridiron fans. In a posting on their official blog, YouTube outlines a deal that will bring NFL video clips to their immensely popular site while bumping official NFL pages up to the top of relevant Google search results.

How To: Fix Stuck or Dead Pixels on Almost Any Screen

If you've noticed a tiny discolored spot on your computer screen that just doesn't seem to go away, chances are you have a stuck pixel. With modern LCD and OLED screens, there are millions of incredibly small dots (pixels) that make up all of the contents of your display—and within these pixels, there is a set of red, green and blue subpixels. These mix together at various levels to create all of the different colors you see.

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