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### How To: Master the camel pose when practicing yoa

The camel pose will open up your throat, increase the blood flow into your brain and aid in your digestion. Make sure you have stretched adequately before attempting this pose, and pay attention to your breathing to make sure you are inhaling and exhaling at the right times.

### How To: Add mixed numbers with different denominators

This simple video tutorial teaches you how to add mixed numbers with uncommon denominators. It takes a step-by-step approach to the issue by first explaining how to separate the whole numbers into whole numbers and fractions, and then adding up those two groups of numbers separately. The video uses simple and easy calculations with audio instructions to illustrate the procedure. Lasting for only a little over a minute, the video manages to explain the procedure rather adequately.

### How To: Do a double trouble card trick

Cardtrickteacher takes us through one of his favorite card tricks, the Triumph card trick. He explains that this involves using the audience, which he adequately emulates using just himself. Showing amazing dexterity, he goes through the process of the card trick in real time at first, showing us how exactly the card trick would look in real life and leaving us astounded. He then systematically breaks down the card trick showing each individual step and explaining with such clarity that even ...

### How To: Achieve a gold trophy on the B-10 License Test (lap battle) in Gran Turismo 5

Now that you've earned the gold on all of the previous National B License Tests in Gran Turismo 5 on the PlayStation 3, you have one more to go— the lap battle (B-10) at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. If you still haven't unlocked these tests, just buy your first car and start driving… um… racing!

### How To: Build a raised flower or garden bed with Lowe's

In this tutorial, we learn how to build a raised flower or garden bed with Lowe's. First, you need to decide what you want your bed built with. There should be enough support for the soil and plants, along with being in a good place so it will reach the sun all over. Make sure there is 6" of soil at the bottom so there is enough room for the plants to grow. Once you have everything constructed, you will be able to plant in your flowers or vegetables. Make sure you pay attention and water them...

### How To: Cram for a test if you need to

In this tutorial, we learn how to cram for a test if you need to. It's always best to study adequately, but cramming is always needed at times. If you cram in all the information right before you go to bed, it will soak into your mind after that while you are sleeping. Your subconscious will think about everything you just read, then you will be able to do better on your test. Make sure to do this one hour before you go to bed for the best results. When you take your test, make sure you eat a...

### How To: Change the pivot point position in Flash

This simple video tutorial teaches you how to change the pivot point position when using Flash. The tutorial handles drawing basic shapes, such as squares and rectangles and converting them to movie clips.

### How To: Perform the 6 o'clock in ballet

In order to perform a perfect six o'clock, you will need to, first, begin by increasing your strength and flexibility. Partner stretches may be beneficial to you, in order to increase your flexibility. This will be of additional benefit to you, if you've pushed yourself as far as you can go alone in individual stretches. When you are adequately limber, begin by stepping forward with one leg. Turn out and engage the front leg, as you transfer your weight to it. When the foot is planted, swing ...

### How To: Make a cheap woodburning stove for camping

Finding yourself in the wilderness where there is no chance of possibly making a fire outside is pretty dangerous. But you can avoid the danger by making your very own cheap woodburning stove for the inside of you shelter. Enjoy!

### How To: Use electronic image stabilization on a video camera

This is a video that is showing its audience how to use the electronic image stabilization or digital image stabilization on their digital cameras. Image stabilization is a good function to have on when movement is involved while taking a photo. The video goes over terms such as image stabilization, shutter speed, and contrast. It adequately defines image stabilization and digital stabilization and goes over the problems that consumers might have with the image stabilization mode on their cam...

### How To: Draw a realistic Corvette sports car

This video from fahimuk teaches you how to easily draw a very realistic looking Corvette. Fahimuk takes you through the drawing step by step and shows the drawing when it is sketched all of the way up to when the car is finally completed and in color. He goes very slow and is very explanative in his video. Even though the video is without sound it still adequately shows how to draw a very realistic looking car. The final product of the car is in full color and fahimuk even shows you how to co...

### How To: Make raw veggie wraps & onion crisps

This is a great instructional video on how to make raw veggie wraps and onion crisps. You should chop onions into round pieces. Now put them into frying pan. You can add pepper and a little salt to it. Now fry them by adding a small quantity of oil. Fry it until it is just adequately fried. You can take three or four vegetables and chop them to small pieces. You can add pepper and salt to it. You can add the green leaves too. You can use cabbage. Now you can roll the vegetables with the green...

### How To: Massage the scapula on the shoulder

The scapula is an important bone and muscle group in massage. It is important to know how to adequately massage the scapula when giving a full body massage. Get expert tips and advice on massage and other treatments in this diet and health how to video.

### How To: Solder a wire to the pin of an IC chip

This short video tutorial presents a step by step method for soldering a wire to a pin of an IC chip.

### How To: Tie the Ribbon on Pointe Shoes

In these video tutorials, viewers learn how to tie the ribbon on ballet shoes. Make sure that the elastic and ribbon are adequately secured on the shoe. Begin by flexing your foot. Take the inside ribbon and loop it across the top of your foot. The outer side ribbon will go over the inner ribbon. Pull the ribbons tight enough so there is no gaping or sagging. Then, wrap the ribbons around the ankle and tie them together. Now, tuck the tie under the flat part of the ribbon. These videos will b...

### How To: Make a multicolored rainbow cake

Whatever the occasion, a multicolored rainbow cake is sure to delight everyone! Luckily, the recipe is easy and this tutorial will show you how to create a colorful dessert step by step.

### How To: Sharpen Kitchen Knives with a Newspaper

Just like skinning a cat, there's more than one way to sharpen a knife (disclaimer: while I advocate sharpening your knives daily, please don't ever even consider skinning a cat). There's a stone, for an uber-sharp finish; the underside of a mug, for an awesome makeshift sharpening tool; the chef's daily ritual, honing with a sharpening steel; and then there's the remarkably simple, old-school Japanese trick—using a newspaper. Step 1: Grab a Newspaper

### News: YouCam Unleashes Halloween Makeup Try-On Filters Sourced from Social Media Users

It takes confidence and guts to pull off attractive and yet adequately frightening Halloween makeup as an adult.

### News: Samsung Scraps In-Display Fingerprint Scanner for Galaxy Note 8

Reports of Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 having an in-display fingerprint scanner have been circulating for the past few days. Fans have been excitedly discussing the potential of the phablet possessing this technology, as it would be the first phone released with these capabilities. Unfortunately, a Samsung official revealed today to Naver — a South-Korean web portal — that Samsung has decided to forgo incorporating the feature into the Galaxy Note 8 due to technical limitations and time constraints.

### How To: Make wavy hair using a curling iron

Modern Trailering shows how to curl your hair with a curling iron. First turn on the curling iron to a medium or medium-high heat. The video example suggested twenty-five to thirty. Once it is adequately heated, clamp the rods around a small piece of hair close to the base of the head. Using your wrist, turn the iron so that it is coming towards you and begin to pull the curling iron down slowly. It is important not to pull down too slowly or you might burn your hair. Next step is to enjoy yo...

### News: TV Chefs Are Terrible at Handling Food Safely

The food TV chefs prepare make our mouths water. From one scrumptious creation to another, they fly through preparation without frustration or error. They make us think we can do the same with similar ease and delectable, picture-perfect results. Some of us have noticed, though, that these TV chefs don't always adhere to the same safe food handling guidelines we've been taught to follow.

### How To: This Workaround Lets You Record Music Playing on Your iPhone While Filming a Video

As soon as you try recording a video in the Camera app on your iPhone, any music playing on your device comes to a halt. Apple Music. Spotify. Pandora. Tidal. Deezer. No matter what you're listening to, as soon as you switch to "Video" in the Camera app, the music will stop. However, if you want background music in your movie files, there's a workaround to avoid having to add an audio track in post.

### News: Bentley Concept Car Gets Its Own Augmented Reality App, but the Price of Admission Is Steep, Sort Of

When it comes to building luxury cars, Bentley certainly knows what it's doing. However, when it comes to building an AR app, Bentley is looking less Continental GT and more Geo Metro.

### How To: Update Your Spotify Top List on Bumble to Get Better Matches for Music Tastes

Spotify integration in Bumble has been around for a few years now, allowing prospective matches to view the artists you listen to the most on the popular music streaming service. It definitely helps people connect, but sadly, it doesn't work as well as it should because it rarely updates to show what you're listening to now.

### How To: Take Your Cocktails to the Next Level with Egg Whites

Most primary cocktail ingredients just sound delicious. Lime and tonic water? Yes, please. Bitters and simple syrup? Sign me up. Egg whites and... wait... egg whites? In a cocktail?

### News: The Buzz on Bee Pollen Benefits

While honey is one of the most popular ingredients on kitchen shelves the world over, honeybee pollen is still a relatively rare find in most households. It's not hard to guess why: eating pollen just sounds weird... it would probably sell a lot better if it had a more appetizing name, like honey. Furthermore, it looks unlike any other common ingredient, and the smell can be off-putting to some. But it's good, it's healthy, and it's altogether pretty awesome!

### How To: Get the LG G3's Smart Keyboard on Your Galaxy Note 3

The "Smart Keyboard" on the LG G3 has received a lot of praise for its ability to adequately analyze user keystrokes, provide adjustable sizes, and customize key placements, among other things. These features, combined with predictive text, swipe gestures, and autocorrect make the Smart Keyboard one of the most powerful typing tools available for Android. Now, it's easy to get it installed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

### How To: Make App Shortcuts on Your Galaxy Note 2's Lock Screen Adapt to Your Routine

Not particularly good looking, TouchWiz's lock screen adequately supplements the clunky and almost cartoonish-look of the infamous user interface on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. While there are hundreds of lock screen options in the Google Play Store, I've never quite discovered one that I've thoroughly enjoyed, due to the obfuscation from so many options.

### How To: Frost a wedding cake with butter cream

In this video you will see how to apply butter cream frosting to a large circular cake for a wedding or for any occasion that calls for a fantastic cake. You will need a lot of frosting and an adequately sized smoothing tool. It is very helpful to have a platter that turns to get smooth, uniformed edges to your cake. Dipping your tool in a glass of warm water will allow for a more refined smoothing ability. You will use dowel rods placed through the cake to support the following layers. Frost...

### ASUS Transformer Book: The Tablet That Wants to Be Your Next Windows Laptop

We've had the pleasure of test driving the ASUS Transformer Book T100T for the last couple of weeks, and for a \$400 Windows 8 machine, it's impressive to say the least.

### How To: Connect Your Xbox Wireless Controller to Your iPhone to Play Games More Easily

Your Xbox Wireless Controller is a great way to play games on both Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 computers. However, you don't need to have any of those devices to enjoy your controller with your favorite games — you can seamlessly connect the Xbox Wireless Controller to your iPhone for an enhanced mobile gaming experience.

### News: Cats May Drive You Crazy, but They Won't Make You Mentally Ill

Even if your cat drives you a little nuts, don't worry, because a new study says that cats pose no risk to your mental health.

### Vision Hack: How to See Clearly Without Your Glasses or Contacts

As someone who's dependent on glasses to see on an everyday basis, losing or misplacing them is obviously a bad thing. I can't even see clearly enough to find the glasses that I just lost, so I'm pretty much blind now.

### Oscars 2016: How to Watch the 88th Academy Awards Live Online

Coverage for the 88th Academy Awards, aka the Oscars, will air live this Sunday, February 28th at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET). The ceremony itself, hosted by Chris Rock, is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. PT (8:30 p.m. ET).

### How To: 5 Major Privacy Concerns with 5G

For all the benefits 5G brings to cellular data, it isn't without weaknesses, the biggest being privacy. Yes, the latest standard comes with breakneck downloads speeds up to 4.3 Gbps, but at what cost? Like with all things on the internet, 5G devices open opportunities for both good and bad actors.

### Hack Like a Pro: How to Hack Facebook (Same-Origin Policy)

Welcome back, my budding hackers! This is the initial post of a new series on how to hack Facebook. It's important to note here that each hack I'll be covering is very specific. I have said it before, but I feel I need to repeat it again: there is NO SILVER BULLET that works under all circumstances. Obviously, the good folks at Facebook have taken precautions to make certain that their app is not hacked, but if we are creative, persistent, and ingenious, we can still get in.

### The Sony Hack: Thoughts & Observations from a Real Hacker

By now, nearly everyone with any type of media access is aware that Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked on November 24th. Although there can be many interpretations and lessons drawn from this audacious act, there is one indisputable conclusion: it and its ripples across the globe underlines how important hacking has become in our all-digital 21st century. As I have emphasized so many times in this column, hacking is the discipline of the future. From cybercrime to cyber intelligence to cy...

### News: Looking Glass Portrait — Unboxing the First Mainstream Holographic Display

Not all Kickstarters are created equal. Some take forever to get their products to supporters, and when the product does arrive (usually much later than promised) it's often very rough around the edges.

### How To: Use Microsoft.com Domains to Bypass Firewalls & Execute Payloads

Microsoft.com is one of the most extensive domains on the internet with thousands of registered subdomains. Windows 10 will ping these subdomains hundreds of times an hour, making it challenging to firewall and monitor all of the requests made by the operating system. An attacker can use these subdomains to serve payloads to evade network firewalls.

### How To: Hack Your Neighbor with a Post-It Note, Part 2 (Setting Up the Attack)

In the previous article in this short series, we learned how to find our neighbor's name using publicly accessible information and how to monitor device activity on their home network. With this information at our disposal, it's time to get into installing and configuring the necessary tools to begin our attack on John Smith's computer.

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