There's currently a post on BoingBoing regarding the instructions for doing a one-handed cut and one-handed shuffle recently posted on kuro5hin. The instructions are relatively good, but without having any kind of visual reference (aside from the 2 or 3 photos), it is very difficult to learn. I just edited together a quick little montage of a few of the cuts and the shuffle I can do, in hopes that it will help out some people struggling with learning.
The first one is the cut described in the text, then there's amuch more stylized one, followed eventually by the shuffle described in the instructions. I did make one change to the shuffle though -- I added a "bridge" flourish at the end, which really helps get the idea of shuffling across. I wish I had recorded it with sound so you can hear the telltale shuffling sound, but alas I'm too much of a lazy bastard to do it again.
If there were any kind of demand for a more step-by-step video of how to do this, I would be happy to post one...
UPDATE: Here's the step by step instructional video.
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