Have Economists gone mad? - Paul Ormerod
Paul Ormerod, the author of three best-selling books on economics talks about what mainstream economists have to say about the turmoil of world economy.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke
This video from "In Search of History", introduces the Lost Colony of
Roanoke. The colony's leader, John White, was sent to England to get
supplies for the colony. Unfortunately, his return was delayed because
England was at war with Spain. Run time 04:17.
Bali is blessed with startlingly beautiful geography. The northern and western beaches have black sand, while the southern and eastern beaches have white sand. The Highest point is Mount Agung, towering over the island at 10,308 feet tall. The entire island is ringed by coral reefs and its interior is lush with jungles and an incredible variety of plants and animals. Author(s):
GoingNative 8: Introducing Casablanca - A Modern C++ API for Connected Computing Welcome to the 9th installment of GoingNative. Charles flies solo this time around as Diego is on a well-deserved break from work.
At GoingNative 2012, Herb Sutter addressed the need for more general purpose standard C++ libraries<
Welcome to the 9th installment of GoingNative. Charles flies solo this time around as Diego is on a well-deserved break from work.
Learning Part I
MUS101 Session 10 Spring 2012
Instroducing Music with Rik Noyce 04/19/12
Assessment learning and teaching journal , Leeds Metropolitan University
This edition showcases key areas of work catalysed by the Institute for Enterprise and comprises a range of articles research papers, case studies and reflections by staff, students and stakeholders.
‘How many bodies?’ The clinic, the kitchen and the context of obesity
Emily Yates-Doerr, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, gves a talk for the UBVO seminar series
Article :: Recomposing Picture Elements with Content-Aware Move and Content-Aware Patch in Adobe Pho
This tutorial provides two examples of how these new Content-Aware additions in Photoshop CS6 can help you to recompose or remove elements in your pictures that are slightly out of place, or that are not as easily removed by other methods.
Towards an ethics of ignorance?
The value of not knowing something illuminates some basic assumptions about knowledge and allows us to ask a series of interesting questions about how the information society will develop. Our relationship with knowledge is an uneasy one. As we progress the cost of acquiring knowledge seems to be sinking, and the choice of what knowledge to pursue becomes more pronounced. We can imagine a world in which we could find out a whole range of things, at a moderate cost, but will choose not to be
Every day another (hi)story
You may remember that back in April 2012 WW1C ran a live-tweeting experiment to relay the events of the Battle Arras in real time. The initiative aimed to use social media to raise awareness about this historic turning point of … Continue reading
How Decision Aids benefit our patients
By: mdanderson Dr. Therese Bevers talks about her work with Dr. Robert Volk and the MD Anderson Decision Support Lab to develop decision aids --educational tools that help prepare patients to work with their health care providers to make choices about difficult treatment questions.
Study on the collaborative design process over the internet: A case study on VRML 2.0 specification
In this paper, we analyze the process of VRML 2.0 (Virtual Reality Modeling Language, Version 2.0) specification design for the deeper understanding of Internet-based collaboration. The VRML design process has the characteristics of being open to the public, geographically distributed, long-term, large-scale, and diverse. First, we examine the overall features of the design process by analyzing the VRML mailing list archive statistically. Secondly, we extract prototyping vocabulary (operational
France A. Córdova's "Last Lecture"
She's had countless interactions with Purdue students - from informal to elaborate events. She's been the face of the university with government and business leaders from West Lafayette to the Far East. France A. Córdova presented her "Last Lecture" on April 24 in Stewart Center's Loeb Playhouse. The event was hosted by Purdue's Mortar Board - Barbara Cook Chapter, Purdue Student Government and Purdue Graduate Student Government.
Part 10 Where The Wild Things Are Lesson
Exponential Growth of Landfills in America
Studio Recording Versus Live Performance - Rock Drums
Learn more about Rod's course at: http://bit.ly/ABCqvs Rod has over 35 years of real-life performing experience, which includes recording on over 50 CDs and playing over 3,000 concerts in 25 countries. Rod is a founding member of the Emmy-nominated progressive rock fusion group the Dixie Dregs, and an original member of the heavy metal band Winger, whose recordings have reached gold and platinum status around the world.