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How often do you use the Internet to make better choices? In this lesson, technology guru Todd McLeod shares some of the most popular websites and apps to help you make informed decisions in your everyday life. From restaurant reviews to flight prices to book recommendations, there is an infinite amount of information online that can help you save time and money, and enjoy a better quality of life.


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It can be confusing trying to piece together how a complicated war like World War I got started. Many attributing factors combined to create a culture of paranoia and alliances. In this lesson, learn the causes of World War I with an easy-to-remember acronym MAIN, which stands for militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism. Break down each of these components to gain insight into what truly led to World War I.


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Feeling confused about Mixolydian mode on the cross harp? This quick and thorough overview can help! Start with a review of the bottom two octaves of the major scale in first position on a C harp. From there, you’ll take a look at Mixolydian mode and why it works well in a blues context. Discover the similarities between G Mixolydian and C major scales on harmonica. If you can play the bottom two octaves of the first position scale, you can already play the G Mixolydian scale!


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You’ve reached the final lesson in Teton Music’s “How to Play Cello” course. Congratrulations! In this lesson, you’ll learn how to play a few major scales, then play your first four songs! Review all of the major scale notes on each string, practice playing the D, G, and C major scales, and learn to play easy children’s tunes “Hot Cross Buns,” “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,” and “Go Tell Aunt Rhody.”


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New to circular needles? This is the perfect knitting project for circular needle beginners! This cowl uses one skein of yarn and can be completed in one night. Follow along as Carrie Knits demonstrates the simple seed stitch pattern, row by row. This warm and cozy knit cowl is great for winter, and makes a wonderful last-minute DIY gift!


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In this lesson, media coach TJ Walker continues to discuss sound bites—specifically, what to say in a media interview in order to get quoted. Learn about pop culture references, asking questions, using absolutes, and more. You'll also get some tips to prevent getting quoted saying something you don't want aired. Join in to ensure you know what part of your next media interview will be included in the final story!


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