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How to Use an iPod Shuffle

How to Use an iPod Shuffle...

Ever since the inception of the first IPod, the Apple Company has continuously produced a line of quality IPod mp3 players and the IPod Shuffle is not an exception. The IPod Shuffle is the smallest of all the IPods with no LCD display to show your contents and is also the most affordable. It has a storage space ranging from 512 MB to 4 GB of flash memory. It goes well for persons who enjoy listening to music while being...
How to Use a Gas Grill

How to Use a Gas Grill...

When family, friends and food come together in one place, there is bound to be fun, laughter and enjoyment. A gas grill is used to grill and barbecue foods such as poultry, beef and vegetables. Follow this guide so you can use your own gas grill so you can start cooking food for your family and friends. Enjoy. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/10 (1 vote cast)
How to Use the PlayStation EyeToy on Windows

How to Use the PlayStation EyeToy on Windows...

The PlayStation EyeToy USB camera offers two great functions for the price of one. The EyeToy is marketed to allow gamers to communicate with up to 6 users while gaming, but can also be installed and used as a quality Webcam on Windows computers. The EyeToy will work with Windows XP or higher and is compatible with MSN messenger, Skype and other Web camera applications. The following instructions uses a PlayStation 3...
How to Use a Framing Square

How to Use a Framing Square...

A framing square or steel square is a tool used by carpenters. It is used for many different kinds of measurements but most notably it is used to measure angles and right angles. It is usually made of metals like aluminum, making it more durable and resistant to rust. It is comprised of a small arm and a long arm that are perpendicular to each other, creating a 90 degree angle. The wider of the two arms which is two inches...
How to Use a Marudai

How to Use a Marudai...

A marudai is a tool used in the creation of Kumuhimo a kind of Japanese braid. It is generally 16 inches high and the braider will use it while kneeling or sitting if placed on a table. The Western Style Marudai is 26 inches in total length and is normally used while sitting. The frame of the Marudai is more often than not wood-based but may also be constructed using plastic. The Marudai is used freehand and does not...

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