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Watch this Money Talks video explaining why you might need a digital TV converter box when the digital TV conversion takes place? For more with Stacy Johnson click Money Talks.
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When you look at a normal 120-volt outlet in the United States, there are two vertical slots and then a round hole centered below. Take a look at this HowStuffWorks article to learn why appliance cords are shaped this way.
G Word: Solar MP3 Players
On Planet Green's "G Word," Green Techie Joel Johnson investigates the ultimate solar powered gadget - the MP3 player.
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Watch this video about the future of TiVo on HowStuffWorks. A TiVo representative describes new features of TiVo products that will be released later this year. Learn about TiVo's plans for the future in this episode of Technology Evangelist.
What Happens to Blood During the Embalming Process?
The embalming process is designed to keep the body preserved until the funeral, but how exactly does it work and what happens to bodily fluids like blood? Get the gory details in this HowStuffWorks podcast.
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The process of making beer is a complicated one, which begins with the malting of its key ingredient, barley. Watch as we break down the beer making process step by step on the Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 6: Recycling Aluminum
Aluminum is one of the most recyclable materials in the world. Roughly two-thirds of the aluminum that's ever been made is still in existence. Learn about the process of recycling aluminum in this clip from Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
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