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The digital revolution is the conversion of analog information, which is represented by
a gradually fluctuating wave, to digital information represented by bits. Essentially the
digital camera represents a form the computer can understand, the information is collected
in bits and bytes. Each part of the image is broken down into "pixels", which is a
contraction of picture element. More ...
Crazy Gas Saving Tip That Don't Work
If you turned off your engine because you're going to be idling for more than 30 seconds,
you deserve to get your head blown off because your causing every body to waste time and
gas waiting for you to start your car. More ...
Collect Your Unclaimed Money
According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, state and
federal agencies are holding more than $1 trillion in unclaimed money, stocks and bonds,
jewelry, and other valuables. More ...
How to Draw Dinosaurs
This book show you how easy it is with simple circles, ovals, and other common shapes,
to draw a tyrannosaurus rex, dimetrodon, megalosaurus, triceratops, ankylosaurus, and
25 other prehistoric favorites. More ...
Promote a Creativity Culture
Unfortunately, most companies don't promote a creativity culture. Most employees work
in a company where if they try any original thinking and it doesn't work out, they'll be punished. More ...
How to Handle Angry Customers
If you own or run a business, or even work at a business where you serve customers,
there are going to be displeased customers. These simple steps may help you make your
angry customer happy. More ...
How to Avoid a Traffic Ticket
For the motorist, the cost of a traffic ticket doesn't end there, though. Even one
speeding ticket can raise your insurance premiums for several years, and multiple
violations can push your rates through the roof. Fortunately, almost all tickets can
be avoided with a few simple guidelines. More ...
Odds are Very Good that You'll Be Arrested
One in seven Americans has an arrest record. Once your arrest record is in the National
Crime Information Center computers, even you're found innocent, this arrest record will
NEVER go away. It's available to employers, and anyone else who does a character search. More ...
How to Read Music
Learning to read sheet music can improve your grasp of music theory, enable you to play
music you've never heard before, and allow you to more easily relate your musical ideas
to others. The skill can take a while to master, but the basics are laid out for you here. More ...
How to Change Your Car's Motor Oil
Changing your cars motor oil is a very simple three-step process: 1. Drain the old oil.
2. Replace the oil filter. 3. Add the new oil. But before we go through the steps, let's
answer a few basic questions. More ...
How to Draw a Holiday Soldier Nutcraker
Nutcrackers in the form of wooden soldiers have been around
since at least the 15th century. In the holiday season, you might be looking for holiday-themed inspirations
to add to cards, decorations and wrappings. This tutorial shows you how, in easy steps, to draw a soldier nutcracker. More ...
Got Ripped Off on the Web? Fight Back!
In this article, I'm going to provide you a step-by-step method to force dishonest
individuals or businesses on the Web to deal with you fairly, or at least how to cause
them so much pain that they wish they had. More ...