There’s an old adage about everything in it’s place, et cetera, et cetera. Turns out, it works!Continue reading “How to Recycle Used Batteries”
Here’s a video that tells you the basics on cycling cadence – an easy way to make cycling a lot more fun!
You can buy any number of different cell phone mounts for your bicycle, and they all work pretty well. But what if you want a medium shot? A long shot? Here’s a way to do it.Continue reading “How to Make a Selfie Mount for Your Bike”
No, it’s not a typo in the title, because this is not a post on how to make bicycling video. It’s a video on how to make video, but it’s not really that kind of video, either.Continue reading “How to Make a Bicycling Video Video”
First off, what the heck are locking pliers? These ingenious devices are the jacks of all trades, masters of quite a few, and something you should rush right out and buy.Continue reading “How to Use Locking Pliers”
When you show up for work at your first job, it’s hard to know what to expect. In school things were pretty straightforward – you went to classes that were led by a teacher. The working world is a little different.Continue reading “How to Survive Your First Day of Work”
This is just an infomercial, but Skippity Whistles now has a best practices page called How to BEST.
Take a look. It’s a ever-growing swarm of ideas that are too short for a post, but too good to leave in the gutter!
Before we answer the question of which wrench, let’s identify the real question: what task are you trying to accomplish?
Here are some quick and easy pointers that should help.Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Wrench”
The chisel is an old-school woodworking tool – like Pilgrims and settlers old. But what do you do with it? And how do you use it?Continue reading “How to Use a Chisel”
This post is rather specific, but will guide you through how to remove this interior trim panel. It may be helpful as a general guide to removing other parts of your car’s interior. With all interior trim pieces, the key is to learn where the screws are.
So, which column is the C-column? The windshield is the A-column, the B-Column is between the front and rear doors, the C-column on an SUV, or crossover like the Freestyle, is behind the rear door, and the D- column is at the back.Continue reading “How to Remove the C-Column Trim Panel on a 2006 Ford Freestyle”