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How To : Create Rosalie Cullen's side braid from "Eclipse"

Rosalie Cullen from the "Twilight Saga" series is supposed to be the most beautiful woman Bella has ever seen, so steely and sculpted that it looks like a master artist carved her out of stone. Cullen enhances her supernatural good looks with simple yet romantic hairstyles. O ...more

News : Time-Lapse Video of Sunday's Annular Solar Eclipse

The annular solar eclipse was amazing. It was so much fun watching the sun transform from a thin crescent to a ring and then to a thin crescent going the other direction. I'll be posting up the pictures used to make this video in various resolutions on my photography website o ...more

How To : Curl ringlets like Victoria from Twilight: Eclipse

In this episode of Bella TV, learn how to curl your hair into tight ringlets like Christina Hendricks in the Twilight Saga. Celebrity hairstylist, Philip Carreon from "Project Runway" will show you how to get those perfectly coiled curls just like Victoria at home. Go see Ecli ...more

How To : Use Eclipse for Java programming

In this ShowMeDo John Montgomery demonstrates how to create a project in Eclipse, then write and run a simple "Hello World" Java application. He also demonstrates the code-completion features of Eclipse, how to use the find and replace functioning and use the CVS version contr ...more

How To : Create Bella's makeup look from "Twilight: Eclipse"

In this tutorial, get the makeup look from the highly anticipated third part in the "Twilight" movie series: "Eclipse". Kristen Stewart plays Bella Swan, the lovesick heroine of the series. In this clip, duplicate Kristen's look as Bella and get a dewey, romantic and soft style.

How To : Install Eclipse and the CFEclipse ColdFusion plug-in

Want to write ColdFusion within Eclipse? If so, you're in luck: In this video tutorial, will walk you through the installation process for both both Eclipse and CFEclipse, a plug-in ColdFusion IDE for Eclipse. To learn more about installing CFEclipse CFML plugin, press play!

News : Some Small Pics of the Partial Solar Eclipse

I managed to take a few snapshots of the solar eclipse in the Malibu area, where it was just a partial. Just wanted to share a few. I've still got the same setup as when I took my supermoon pics, but hopefully one day I'll be able to get something bigger than my 105mm capabili ...more

How To : Creating an Eclipse in Adobe After Effects

In the first part of this two-part project tutorial, J. Schuh demonstrates how he creates a bright sun and then blocks it out in part 2. For more Adobe software tutorials from Layers Magazine, search Layers Magazine on WonderHowTo. WonderHowTo indexes all Layers Magazine tuto ...more

How To : Use Nose to run unit tests in Eclipse

In this ShowMeDo, Jeff Winkler demonstrates using nosy, a tool to automatically run Nose to run unit tests -- using Eclipse with the PyDev plugin. Nose is a way to automatically test your programs.

How To : Prepare for a solar eclipse

On August 1, 2008 a rare total solar eclipse will appear in the skies over parts of Canada, Greenland, Russia, Mongolia, and China. During this spectacular event, the moon will cross in front of the sun, completely blocking out the sun's disk, and casting a shadow over part of ...more

How To : Use the Eclipse IDE for Python programming

In this clip, learn how to use Eclipse to do your Python coding. Whether you're new to the Python Software Foundation's popular general purpose programming language or a seasoned developer looking to better acquaint yourself with the features and functions of Python 2, you're ...more

News : Solar Scope Dialed in for the Eclipse

It's taken me several weeks to figure out the Meade Coronado SolarMax II 60 Double Stack telescope that I bought to produce a timelapse video of the solar eclipse but I'm pretty happy with the images I can produce now. Here's hoping for clear skies tomorrow! Here's a full unc ...more

The Twilight Saga : Eclipse

Here is the movie trailer for "The Twilight Saga : Eclipse" Here is the theatrical trailer for "The Twilight Saga : Eclipse"

How To : Setup Dendroid (Android RAT)

This is my first How-To on Null-Byte, so I hope it's not too complicated written, because I am not a native english speaker. I don't use pictures, but this Tutorial is a good supplement for my updated Tutorial here. This Tutorial shows you how to set up the old (First leaked ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (05/23 - 05/29)

WonderHowTo is a how-to website made up of niche communities called Worlds, with topics ranging from Minecraft to science experiments to Scrabble and everything in-between. Check in every Wednesday evening for a roundup of user-run activities and how-to projects from the most ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (05/16 - 05/22)

WonderHowTo is a how-to website made up of niche communities called Worlds, with topics ranging from Minecraft to science experiments to Scrabble and everything in-between. Check in every Wednesday evening for a roundup of user-run activities and how-to projects from the most ...more

How To : Turn anyone into a sparkly vampire from Twilight

In the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer, vampires don't melt away in the sunlight. Instead, they sparkle like a beautiful piece of crystal. In this clip, learn how to take a photo of anyone at all and turn them into a sparkling daytime vegetarian vampire like the Cullen family ...more

How To : Create the makeup look of Bella Swan from Twilight

Twilight, that steamy, dreamy love story between teen Bella and heartthrob vampire, Edward Cullen. This love story is based on a series of vampire novels (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn) by Stephenie Meyer. True love, handsome boy, and vampire danger = perfect ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (1/9 to 1/16)

This week's AON has lots of conjunctions—be sure to observe them! Here it is: The Garradd comet is still in the sky! Here's how to observe it! January 9th: full moon January 10th: Ganymede and Europa transits in North America January 13th: Venus-Moon conjunction January 14th: ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (AON) Kickoff

Astronomy World will be posting a weekly blog post that informs fellow observers upcoming interesting events in the sky. These will include: Moon phases—It can be fun observing different phases of the moon (how much of the moon is dark). It is also fun observing the dark side ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (02/07 - 02/13)

The comet Garradd is almost at its peak now, plus there's plenty more events going on this week, so be sure to observe! Until March: The Garradd comet has almost reached its absolute highest magnitude! This comet is bright and easy to follow, so be sure to check it out! Febr ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (1/27 to 1/31)

There isn't much going on this week, unless you like to observe the moons of Jupiter! January 27: Io transit January 28: Io and Ganymede occultations, Europa Transit January 29: Io transit January 30: Europa eclipse, Moon at apogee (404,324 kilometers), First quarter moon B ...more

News : Sun Picture from My New Solar Telescope

There is going to be an annular solar eclipse on May 20th that will be visible in a narrow pathway that covers part of Eastern Asia and the Western United States. The eclipse will be seen as a partial eclipse over a much greater region of the World. I live in Redding, Californ ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (1/17 to 1/24)

Remember—winter is the perfect time to observe! There are a lot of events going on this week, so pull out that observing chair. Here they are: The Garradd comet is still in the sky and is approaching its peak. Here's how to observe it! January 17: The moon is at its perigee o ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (02/01 - 02/06)

This week's AON might be a little short, but finally, the Garradd comet's peak has come! I picked the Garradd comet to follow because it's a bright and easy-to-follow comet. Be sure to observe it! If you need help finding it, you can find more information here. Until March: T ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (12/27 to 1/3)

This week's AON may be a little short, but the ones to come will be packed full with information. I am really hoping for the skies to clear so I can observe soon! Through March 2012—The Garradd comet is getting brighter! It will peak in February. Here's how to observe it! Jan ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (3/21 to 3/27)

Again, there are tons of events this week, and as usual, most of them are caused by Jupiter's moons. But there is some happenings with Venus, too, so don't miss out. March 21: Io occultation March 22: Io and Ganymede transits, new Moon March 23: Io eclipse, Europa occultation ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (12/14 - 12/20)

WonderHowTo is made up niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week: A nostalgia-themed cell phone photo ...more

News : Astronomical Observing News (12/13 to 12/19)

This week's AON is pretty short, but there are also lots of clouds because it is winter. However, that just makes the few days of open sky way more valuable! Remember, the Geminid Meteor shower is going on until the 16th. Here is my article on the shower! Also, you can obser ...more

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