Farmers look at wind energy as a way of going green.
How to Study Spelling
How to Study Spelling. Part of the series: Math Lessons and Study Tips. In order to study spelling for a spelling test or for general knowledge, it can be helpful to read books about words that are commonly spelled incorrectly. Use reference books when studying spelling with help from this author and tutor.
WHO AM I? from Les Miserables
This is a live performance of the 10th Anniversary Concert of Les Miserables. While the singers are in costume, this is not a stage production of the musical. The orchestra and singers are both on stage together with the orchestra behind the singers. This is a very interesting live concert production with occasional excerpts of footage from the stage production. Sung in English with English captions. (2:48)
Stars from Les Miserables
This is a live performance of the 10th Anniversary Concert of Les Miserables. While the singers are in costume, this is not a stage production of the musical. The orchestra and singers are both on stage together with the orchestra behind the singers. This is a very interesting live concert production with occasional excerpts of footage from the stage production. Performance is sung in English with English captions. (3:29)
We Stand on the Shoulders of Giants - Labor Leaders
Tribute to historical leaders of the U.S. Labor Movement.An amateur video that morphs labor leaders' faces. Slides, text, and music are used.
Internet Tip: Google Shortcuts
Google searching shortcuts to help you get the most out of your searches. Some are weather, stocks, phonebooks, tracking information, definations of words, movie locations and times, calculations, and more. (8:03)
Aspectos Sociales, Legales, Éticos y Profesionales de la Informática (Curso académico 2009/2010)
Capacitar para la reflexión sobre el impacto en la sociedad de la profesión de Ingeniero Técnico en InformáticaCapacitar para la reflexión sobre la ética y la deontología profesional, y conocer las instituciones relacionadas con este aspecto (Colegios Profesionales, códigos deontológicos).Conocer la normas legables aplicables al ejercicio profesional, con énfasis en la Ley de Protección de Datos y la Ley de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información.Saber analizar una situación del
Cocaine effects on body
Imagine that the circles, called vesicles, at the top of the images are filled with molecules of dopamine, such as the arrow labeled as "1". The vesicles fuse with the axonal membrane to release the dopamine into the area called the synaptic gap. Dopamine can then activate the next axon ("6") or be recycled into the previous axon (through "5"). Cocaine blocks the channel that takes dopamine up again ("5"), so dopamine activates the next axon continuously. This can cause extreme mood swings.
Ocean Planet: Final Version with Credits
The Ocean Planet is a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution which opened in Washington DC on April 22, 1995. A part of the exhibition was a computer flyby of the Pacific Ocean developed in the SVS. This animation represents a stage in the development of that flyby.
Photo Slideshow: UA Union Food -- Fast and Fresh
Each year, Arizona Student Unions hosts the "Taste of the Union," an event that coincides with the start of the semester. This allows UA community members the chance to learn about and also taste the broad swath of food served, from casual and quick dining to original and signature items produced by the Dining Services staff.
Politics in 60 seconds. The Labour Party
Professor Steven Fielding defines a polical concept in 60 seconds for those with a spare minute to learn something new. This videocast focuses on the labour party. Warning: video does contain bloopers and out takes. May 2010 Suitable for Undergraduate study and community education Professor Steven Fielding, School of Politics and International Relations Professor Steven Fielding is Professor of Political History and Director of the Centre for British Politics: CBP at The University of Notti
Carnegie Mellon University's Notable Alumni
A selection of notable alumni from across Carnegie Mellon University who have made outstanding contributions to the world and our society. To see more notable alumni and innovations from Carnegie Mellon, check out http://www.cmu.edu/brag
Breakingviews: MF Global failure vindicates Volcker rule
Oct. 31 - MF Global's bankruptcy filing reinforces the idea that proprietary trading belongs where its damage to the system can be limited, says Reuters Breakingviews.
Murray trial continues with final witness, Kardashian files for divorce
Oct 31 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including the Conrad Murray trial continues as the prosecution questions the defense's star witness, Kim Kardashian files for divorce, and a new Amy Winehouse album will be released in December. Bob Mezan reports.
MF Global meltdown to lead to more regulation, says Bove
Oct. 31 - Rochdale Securities banking analyst Richard Bove discusses why MF Global's activities confirm the beliefs of those who feel that Wall Street can't be trusted.
U.S. Debt Reduction and the Supercommittee
SMU Political Science Professor Cal Jillson and Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff talked about the prospects for reducing the U.S. deficit with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance Midday" on November 17, 2011.
Congressional showdown and negative ads
Michael Shank, Vice President at the Institute for Economics and Peace; and Guy Benson, Political Editor, Townhall.Com; discuss Congressional gridlock and the payroll tax cut, issues Congress should focus on, and the Republican Presidential field.
A Nation Repays Its Debt: The National Soldiers' Home and Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio
tells how the federal government created a network of soldiers' homes and national cemeteries to honor Civil War veterans. The 110-acre Dayton cemetery contains the remains of veterans from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Spanish American War, and all 20th century military conflicts.
"Ode to the West Wind" by Percy Bysshe Shelley (poetry reading)
On the archaic pronunciation wind to rhyme with unkind in the last line: I have seen this described as eye-rhyme, but it's no such thing. Here's a excerpt from "A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language." by John Walker, 1839. "These two modes of pronunciation have long been contending for superiority, till at last the former seems to have gained a complete victory, except in the territories of rhyme. Here the poets claim a privilege, and readers seem willing to
Learn About The History of the Ku Klux Klan
This short video shows the early days of this racist organization and how it came to be as well as what it stands for. A good overview.