Market Update: A Real Recovery, or a False Start?
The Dow has hit its highest level in years, loan rates are at record lows and the U.S. economy appears to be gaining momentum. Even the housing market is starting to look inviting. But is this a real recovery -- or a false start like last year's? Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and Scott Richard think the economy is showing signs of a true rebound, and predict that stocks should do well in the next 12 months. But bonds, they warn, are in dangerous waters, and economic growth will be in jeopardy if oil p
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The Wellness Program at Marquette University
Marquette launched its wellness program in January 2009 to develop a culture of health and wellness, promote healthy lifestyle choices for employees and serve as a centralized source of employee wellness information. www.marquette.edu/wellness
Choosing the Right Microphone - Microphone Techniques - Andy Edelstein
Access exclusive video and learn more about Berkleemusic's online couse Microphone Techniques at: http://bit.ly/ziB78d Microphone Techniques is designed to give you the solid background and skill set necessary for successfully planning and implementing recording sessions ranging from single-mic overdubs to full rhythm sections. Throughout the course, you'll learn about the various elements of the recording chain, detailed technical characteristics of different microphone types, selecting approp
Brown William Tell Overture
The History of The Statue of Liberty
Dedicated to the United States by the people of France on October 28th, 1886, the Statue of Liberty has come to embody the ideals of freedom, justice and new beginnings. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the history of this iconic American symbol, The Statue of Liberty. (3:42)
Mastering the Secret Formula
10 Unusual Facts About U.S. Presidents
In this video clip, learn ten unusual facts about some of these great American presidents, for example, the tallest American president to the youngest elected president. (1:42)
Centenary Prestigious Lecture - Genomics - From Humans to the Environment
In this Imperial College London Centenary Prestigious Lecture, Dr Craig Venter will discuss his work at the J. Craig Venter Institute and its implications for the future of our culture, society and science.
"Smart Kids Who Hate to Write" by Dianne Craft
This seven miniute video explains about a writing glitch called Dysgraphia. Dysgraphia related to visual/spatial problems.This video shows how to eliminate those problems using a proven method. This exercise was originally developed to improve eye/hand coordination and ball handling ability in sports. Coaches said these students just "knew where they were in the field after doing this exercise." Worth watching and doing your own research.
Introducing Project Detroit! Channel 9/Coding4Fun partnered with Ryan Friedlinghaus, world famous and award winning automotive designer based in Corona, California and star of the Discovery Channel's Velocity network reality TV series, Inside West Coast Customs. Together teams from Microsoft and West Coast Customs under the codename Project Detroit, created a 1967 Ford Mustang Fastba
Channel 9/Coding4Fun partnered with Ryan Friedlinghaus, world famous and award winning automotive designer based in Corona, California and star of the Discovery Channel's Velocity network reality TV series, Inside West Coast Customs.
Together teams from Microsoft and West Coast Customs under the codename Project Detroit, created a 1967 Ford Mustang Fastba
Astronomical Influences on Earths Climate
Postcast 36: Older Methods of Brain Study
Review of the homunculus.
A-Z OF Famous People With Bipolar Disorder
This ten minute video shows what the presentation's coordinator states are impact by being bipolar. The developer claims that material was in Wikipedia, which is not a documented source. As such you may wish to show this video, but knowing that the material may not be accurate. The video does show that famous people have overcome significant problems to be successful. (09:49)
ISS Update - March 19, 2012
The International Space Station video update for March 19, 2012.
"When a Woman Loves a Man" by David Lehman (poetry reading)
A modern love poem. There's more poems and a biography of David Lehman here: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/david-lehman Americans pronounce Daiquiri as "dackery" - I pronouced it in the English way - it's rum and lime juice: http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=daiquiri&submit=Submit Photograph of David Lehman was by Brian Adams: http://brianadamsphotography.blogspot.co.uk Stills from the movie called "When a Man loves a Woman" with Meg Ryan and Andy Garcia: https://www.youtube.com/wa
Breakingviews: Spain's PM risks stoking cynicism
Mar. 19 - Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy has used the absence of serious opposition to push through reform. But his failure to be frank with the electorate could tie his hands in the future.
A slice of Apple
March 19 - Jeffrey Goldfarb and Breakingviews columnists discuss the $45 billion of dividends and buybacks at Apple and whether it really answers the question about the company's enormous cash hoard.