Saturday, April 30, 2011

Suit song video! (HIMYM)

For those of you who watches "How I Met Your Mother", you know Barney loves suite. So I think this musicvideo is hillarius.

Watch on Youtube

Make an Envelope out of just paper

You will need: 
- Normal Office Paper (A4) 

I think this is a really cool trick. You can fold a simple and nice envelope just with a A4 paper. Can come in useful when you're missing an envelope, or just want to be a little bit creative.
 Watch the video

The video is from a website called , I think you can find more folding ideas there.

Hide things in your stationary computer

 Finding a place to hide your things can be diffucult sometimes. There is always a chance that somone may stumble across it, or someone will find your hiding place. Hiding it in your stationary computer however, is a very unexpected and safe place.

 Find your stationary computer, and open the cover.


You will notice how much space there is in the case. There are many great spots to hide items.

Put your sutff inside, and make sure you don't mess with any cards or wires.

(Trampoline) 180 Frontflip - Easy and impressive

180 Frontflip? 

For those of you who has a little bit of trampoline experience, its time to learn the 180 Frontflip. It's not a hard trick to perform, yet it looks very impressive. This is also the step into doing more screws and twists in the air.

You should be able to do a properly Frontflip with landing before you try this.

The 180 Frontflip is pretty much like a normal frontflip, just that you turn 180 degrees and lands the other way.
In the air, you must do a twist, so that you turn over.

1. Jump high, and start a normal frontflip. Use your arms, and feet to tugg yourself around for extra speed.

2. When your head points to the ground, (when you're upside down), twist your body to one side. Remember to aim for one specific side. You can twist your hip, or use your arms to tugg your to one side. Let the movement follow the rest of your body.

 3. Put strenght in your body. Dont loosen up, or you will get a weird twist in the air and land wrong. You must let your body to follow the twist, and you must think that you are going to land, dont think you're gonna fail.  Then you land.

A video explains this very good. I used the Backyard ninjas video when I learned this. Take a look at it too: Watch their video ( Youtube)

Friday, April 29, 2011


Do you remember Motherload?
 That little flash-game where you were digging in a Pod-like thing for gold, and other minerals. It sure was a very addicte game.

" Use your digger to excavate as much ore as possible. Use the money you earn to upgrade your digger and move deeper and deeper underground, to unearth the mysteries from below. "

For those of you who have never played it before, its time you do, and for those who already has, did you know that there is an Goldium Edition for it?

 That right. The Goldium Edition had some extra features, like special upgrades you can find while digging, and some other snacs. You can Download Motherload Goldium Edition, and play offline. Can be useful one day your bored...

And if you want to modify your save-file, I got an video about that too:

How to open ISO and RAR files?

They are the maybe one of the most common files you will download on the internet. But do you know how to open them?

RAR  files is an archive file which stores or contains some files. The reason they use it, is it add multiple files as one download. Most downloaded things today are stored in rar-files. You need a program to open those. It would recommend using "Win-RAR". Its a free program which runs smooth and fast, and helps you to easily extract the files you want. Download Winrar here

ISO files are used to store a CD/DVD into a file. A movie, or a game, or anything else that could have been stored on a CD/DVD can be stored in an iso file. Its used alot when you download stuff, and its easy to open it. With "Daemoontools Lite", you can open the ISO file like in a virtual CD/DVD drive. This way, you can launch the iso file like if it was a CD/DVD in a real room.  Download Daemoontools Lite

Good luck with. I also have an video explaining this: