Schonberger Peace and Social Justice Lecture
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News #79 - New Feature Lurking About, Have You Seen It?
Just in time for Halloween, there’s something mysterious lurking around at Innovative Language Learning. But it’s not a monster and it’s not scary either. Based on user feedback, we’re introducing a new feature to our language 101 sites. Have you seen it? This feature makes learning and reviewing easier. Find out which lessons to learn [...]
Caution seen needed on stocks until EU debt package is clear
Oct. 31 - Wealth manager Investment Quorum will only lift its stock exposure once Europe has detailed its debt rescue deal, says CEO Lee Robertson as a Reuters poll showed investors cut back equity positions.
100,000 Computers a Day
This five minute video shows how computers are made and shipped and the importance of math to the process. The same procedures shown in this video are used at many other companies around the nation. The value here is best as a career view.
Running time 5:00 minutes.
Mexican train derails, strands U.S.-bound migrants
Mexican train nicknamed "The Beast" derails, stranding hundreds of migrants headed toward U.S. border. Natalie Thomas reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters
Building Connections: Living History and Science Education
The COE Lecture Series presents Building Connections: Living History and Science Education by Kimberly Haverkos, Miami University The University of Georgia copyright © 2011
The Nervous System
ISS Update - Nov. 1, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 1, 2011.
BOB: A Lesson About Not Judging by Appearances
This three-minute video must be watched to the very end....including after the credits to catch the message. It shows a rodent in a treadmill cage trying to catch another rodent he falls in love with at first sight. A great video to teach about not judging by appearances. Kids will love it and it can start great discussions.
CBS Show Time Spanish – Lesson 29
In this week’s episode, Alba and Mark are en la cocina, making a Spanish tortilla. The episode is slightly different from our usual episodes as the audio was recorded live in the kitchen rather than in the studio. There’s no “Act II” this week as the conversation follows the entire process of making the tortilla.
Learn with Pictures and Video S3 #17 - Mexican Spanish Expressions That Help with the Housework 1
You’ve finally made the move to your own apartment in Mexico. You’ve always thought it would be great to entertain guests in Spanish, but now that you have the chance, you know you have to clean. Even if your Spanish can impress your guests, you won’t get very far if they think you’re a slob. [...]
How Class Works
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.NET 4.5: Size-on-disk improvements In the next release of .NET (version 4.5), less disk space will be used to store .NET on your system. In fact, roughly 40% less space than is required today in some cases. This is a significant milestone for .NET. Besides taking up less physical space inside your desktop PC, .NET 4.5 will fit onto your more disk-space-limited devices (like a tablet, for example...). Here, we meet Layla
In the next release of .NET (version 4.5), less disk space will be used to store .NET on your system. In fact, roughly 40% less space than is required today in some cases. This is a significant milestone for .NET. Besides taking up less physical space inside your desktop PC, .NET 4.5 will fit onto your more disk-space-limited devices (like a tablet, for example...). Here, we meet Layla
Windows Phone Hackathon from Nokia World At Nokia World this year the Windows Phone team sponsored a 24 hour Hackathon event. The results were incredible- check it out!
At Nokia World this year the Windows Phone team sponsored a 24 hour Hackathon event. The results were incredible- check it out!
Legend of Sleepy Hollow Pt 1
TWC9: New Windows Phones, WP7 and Azure tools, Node.JS, & a Kinect to a Kill... This week on Channel 9, Dan and Clint discuss the week's top developer news, including:
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Clint discuss the week's top developer news, including:
Albert Lager Lecture Series - Life and Times of Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud's ideas, controversial since they were first proposed, continue to have a substantial impact on our conceptions of the mind and of mental disorder. Freudian mechanisms lie behind the characters and actions of many novels, stories, TV scripts, and films. Freudian terms and concepts like 'repression', 'sublimation', 'libido', 'Oedipus complex', and 'anal retentive' have become part of our everyday vocabulary. Nevertheless, Freud's ideas are often misunderstood. What did Freud actuall
Teagardens at Thunderbird
Executive MBA student Ronald Teagarden, a third-generation T-bird, talks about growing up in a Thunderbird family. His mom is Thunderbird Professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., and his grandfather was a Thunderbird Airfield flight instructor.
Breakingviews: Repatriation fallout - higher interest rates?
Nov. 2 - A proposed tax holiday for U.S. firms holding $1.4 trillion overseas could boost interest rates as many companies would sell U.S. Treasury holdings to bring the money back.
Behind the Federal Reserve
Decoder: The Federal Reserve recently announced Operation Twist, a plan to lower long-term interest rates. It's one of the Fed's latest moves to improve economic conditions. But this isn't the first time the Fed has stepped in during an economic slowdown. Reuters explains the origins of the Federal Reserve and how it has evolved through the years.