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Graphing Logarithmic Functions - Problem 2 of 2
This video is a continuation and provides a review of the two types of logarithm graphs—one where the base is greater than 1 and the other where the base is between 0 and 1. (1:59)
Be one of the 1200!
There's breaking news in the IGNITE Challenge! Nine young alumni have agreed to donate $20,000 to Elon to help the university reach the goal of 1,200 donors by March 31. Those alumni are Parker Turner '06, Emily Turner '06, Jack McMackin '08, Ian Baltutis '08, R.J. Yozwiak '08, Jay Myers '07, Andrew Bennett '08, Kathleen Niple '05 and Cam Tims '00. Make your gift today and be one of the 1,200 donors to the Challenge!
President George Washington Biography
This four-minute video is about President George Washington and shows numerous facts about him and his family and moves rapidly with good insights and interesting asides.
Jefferson Innovation Summit 2011
In October 2011, sixty leaders in innovation and entrepreneurship from business, government, academia, media, public service, and the arts convened at Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda at the University of Virginia and at Monticello, Mr. Jefferson's historic home, to discuss the principles for creating and sustaining a society of entrepreneurs and innovators.
UW 360 - November 2011: Denny Bell
For 50 years, since 1961, Brewster Denny has been ringing the bell atop Denny Hall to celebrate homecoming. This year, the bell ringing also celebrates the University of Washington's 150th birthday.
The Northern Lights - Wonders of the Solar System - BBC
The Northern Lights shoot green shafts across a night sky in Norway. Great HD clip from 'Wonders of the Solar System'. (02:10)
This two minute video does not narration, but contains a series of facts and images. At the one minute mark it is a narrated video collection from the time period. Could be used as an example of what students could produce.
Europe, retail drive stocks higher
Nov. 28 - Summary of business headlines: Wall St. bounces back; Cyber Monday looking strong; Oct. new home sales rise; Citi settlement squashed. Bobbi Rebell reports.
High voter turnout for elections
Nov. 28 - Egyptians swarmed polling stations in their first election since a popular revolt toppled Hosni Mubarak. Deborah Gembara reports.
X prize entry scoops up oil
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/11/forked-boom-cleans-up-oil-wave-tank.html
Eyes reveal true hypnotic state
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/10/one-word-technique-produces-first-physical-evidence-of-hypnosis.html
The Technology of Animation
[Recorded: November 8, 2011] "Many of the tools that we use are things that we author ourselves. But we have two of the largest, and clearly two of the finest, high-tech companies in the world as creative and business partners of ours: Hewlett-Packard and Intel. Both of these companies keep us on the cutting edge. And they see us as a great almost test base, you know, a lighthouse, to put their best products through their paces, and to find out where the boundaries are. I consider them kind of o
The Challenge and Promise of Artificial Intelligence, a Bay Area Science Festival Wonder Dialog
[Recorded: November 5, 2011] Join leading researchers Dr. Eric Horvitz of Microsoft Research and Dr. Peter Norvig of Google for an intriguing discussion about the past, present, and future of artificial intelligence, moderated by KQED's Tim Olson. We are extremely fortunate to have Eric and Peter on our stage -- they've known each other for several years, and can discuss everything from machine learning to data-driven science, the world of perception, speech recognition, robotics, self-driving c
Steve Sisgold, "Rebooting from the Inside Out, How to Stay Resilient, Engaged and On Purpose"
n this talk, author and Steve Sisgold will share his findings and innovative strategies for how to access and listen to your body's intelligence (BQ) in an effective way. Steve uses humor, exercises, and storytelling to create a transformative environment for innovative thinking, enhanced well-being and performance.
158: Can you survive today's business world?
Innovation may be the buzz word, but it’s no panacea. Professor Morten Hansen and Jim Collins’ new book “Great by Choice” shows what else you need to stay alive and ahead of the rest.
Storm clouds in the Pacific
In 2009, government spending in China and the rest of Asia helped bail out the West when the markets tanked and the economy followed suit. Today, Asia has its own problems and may not be able to carry the West through the second wave of economic times.
Repairing Europe and reviving the US: The Volcker View
Paul Volcker served as Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve during a period of economic turbulence when his prescribed monetary policies helped tame double-digit inflation rates in the early 1980s. More recently, he served as chairman of President Barack Obama’s Economic Advisory Board from February 2009 until January 2011. A vocal advocate for banking reform, his eponymous Volcker Rule, due to come into force next year, is meant to prevent American banks from making big bets on markets with t