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The Wizard of Menlo Park
In school, young Thomas Alva Edison's mind often wandered. His teacher called him addled, meaning confused and unable to think clearly. That's way Edison had only three months of formal schooling. More ...

Easy Scrapbooking For Beginners
For a beginning scrapbooker, the choices can be overwhelming. During my first crop, I spent most of my time awed by the dazzling array of paper, stickers and cutters. I was so afraid to commit to any one decision, I didn't get a single page completed. So, if you are just embarking on your scrapbooking journey, here a few pointers. More ...

Electrical Wire and Cable Color Identification
Electrical wire comes in different gauges in order to carry different amounts of current. An electrical cable's current rating can be identified by the color of the insulation and two numbers separated by a hyphen printed on the insulation. More ...

How to Drive a Vehicle with a Stick Shift Manual Transmission
Driving a vehicle with a stick shift is not something you just fake. That could be a very dangerous thing to do. In this article I show you how to quickly and easily learn how to drive a vehicle with a manual transmission. And, after you get a little experience, you'll find that driving with a stick shift comes just as naturally as scratching your butt. More ...

The Hunters - Cops. The Prey - YOU.
Which activity do cops put the most effort into, serving and protecting the community or hunting and arresting people? According to former police officer Dale Carson, almost all police effort is put into hunting and arresting people. Serving and protecting the community is way down on the priority list. More ...

Using a Sock to Make a Teddy Bear
It's common to give a teddy bear as a gift to a child or a loved one, but it's rare to give a teddy bear you made yourself. Here's how to make a teddy bear using a sock. More ...

Stealing from Dealers - Your Car Negotiation Guide
90 percent of car buyers get ripped off. Don't walk into the car lot until you've read this guide, or your hard earned cash will turn you into yet another dealer victim. More ...

How to Replace a Kitchen or Bathroom Faucet
Is it time for an update for your faucet? If it's just dripping, you can usually just replace a washer or other seal. If you'd like to replace the whole thing, though, don't worry. The procedure is pretty straightforward, especially if you have the right tools. More ...

Tips for Getting Better College Grades
It does not matter if you are enrolled at a small college or a student at a large university. If you want to improve your grades and raise your grade point average, here is what you need to do: More ...

Video - How to Draw a Cartoon Bunny
This video by doodlekat shows you how to easily draw a cute cartoon bunny. More ...

How to Fight a Traffic Ticket
One minute you're cruising down the highway making record time on your commute, and the next you're pulled over on the side of the road with the flashing lights of a police cruiser in your rear view mirror. Were you really guilty of the crime? Since you are innocent until proven guilty, here is how you can try to beat that ticket. More ...

The Art & Science Of Dumpster Diving
Discover how to dress for dumpster diving success, work your neighborhood dumpsters, dive a restaurant, use a bag blade and dive stick, handle run-ins with the authorities, convert your trash to cash, and much more! More ...

How to Repair a Fiberglass Tub or Shower
Fiberglass showers and bathtubs are durable, easily maintained, and attractive fixtures, but they may still be accidentally damaged. Fortunately for homeowners, there are inexpensive kits available that can be used to make repairs if this happens. More ...