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Video-series tagged with demonstrating

Repairing Photos With GIMP Rede 12/07 181
VPython - Physics and 3D in Python Erik Thompson 01/07 167
Amateur Desktop Publishing Rede 12/07 86
[DEPRECATED] Screencasting On a Windows Machine Ian Ozsvald 01/07 17
One Laptop per Child (OLPC-Austria): XO-Quiz (many languages) Horst Jens Mei NINI_P 12/07 4

Videos tagged with demonstrating

VPython: Projectile Motion 1 Erik Thompson 03/07 96
Python and the Interactive Shell 'IPython' Jeff Rush 07/07 67
Part 1 Using The Scissor Selection Tool Rede 12/07 50
Python at the command line Ian Ozsvald 03/07 46
Introduction to the Series Kyran Dale 05/08 39
VPython: Projectile Motion 2 Erik Thompson 03/07 31
Reverse Engineering Using BOUML TheBoss 03/09 31
Inkscape Tutorial by Richard Querin - EP015 Perspective rfquerin-heathenx 11/07 30
Part 2 Using The Clone Tool Rede 12/07 29
Part 3 Using Different Tools To Touch The Repair Rede 12/07 28
Introducing Ulipad Kelie Feng 05/08 26
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 1 Rede 12/07 20
Part 4 Using the Laso & Magic Wand Rede 06/08 19
Intro to PagePlus SE Rede 12/07 19
Brightness-Contrast Versus Curves Tool Rede 08/08 17
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 2 Rede 12/07 16
VPython: Projectile Motion 3 Erik Thompson 03/07 13
Configuring CamStudio 2.0 On Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 12
GIMP Levels Tool Rede 07/08 12
Editing An Oval Picture Rede 08/08 10
Part 5 Repairing Winkles Rede 06/08 10
VPython: Friction Erik Thompson 03/07 9
Starting Your Newsletter Rede 12/07 9
VPython: Spring Force Erik Thompson 03/07 8
Add Calendar To Your Newsletter Rede 04/08 7
VPython: Gravity Erik Thompson 03/07 7
VPython: Projectile Motion 4 Erik Thompson 03/07 6
Text Flow Rede 12/07 5
Make Your Own ShowMeDos With HyperCam on Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 5
Finishing Your Newsletter Rede 12/07 4
Text Wrap Rede 12/07 4
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 3 Rede 12/07 3
OLPC - XO-Quiz: Submitting a question (English/English) Horst Jens NINI_P 12/07 3
Part 1 Creating A Club Phonebook Cover Rede 12/07 2
VPython: Tension Erik Thompson 03/07 1
OLPC - XO-Quiz: Submitting a question (Swedish) Horst Jens 12/07 1
Using CamStudio 2.0 On Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 1
Part 2 Creating A Club Phonebook Template Rede 12/07 1
Part 3 Finishing A Club Phone Book Rede 12/07 0
OLPC - XO-Quiz: Playing and submitting a question (Chinese) Horst Jens Mei 12/07 0
VPython: Force, Motion & Vectors Erik Thompson 03/07 0
OLPC - XO-Quiz: Submitting a question (Bulgarian/English) Horst Jens 12/07 0

Learning-paths tagged with demonstrating

Full Projects in Python [ID:014] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Scientific Python Programming [ID:017] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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