Doug Dixon: Flash Forward - The Rise of Small Tech Gadgets - April 15, 2009
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Doug Dixon (Manifest Technologies) presents the latest toys from the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show. Flash memory and solid state drives abound in thumb drives, video cameras, etc. Is the hard drive, as we know it, soon to be a thing of the past? For more information see http://blogs.princeton.edu/itsacademic/2009/04/flash_forward_the_rise_of_small_tech_gadgets.html.
Fifes and Drums at 50
A new documentary reflects on five decades of Fifes and Drums. Director Mike Durling talks about building a film that looks through the years and across the country.
UCL: The Provost’s View
UCL Lunch Hour Lectures are open and free to the public and take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Darwin Lecture Theatre, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT. They will resume in Autumn 2008. In the meantime, a number are available below.
LESSON 36: हिंदी का महत्त्व Hindi ka Mahatv IMPORTANCE OF HINDI
1. हिन्दी भारत के प्रमुख राज्यों (प्रान्तों) में बोली और समझी जाती है| (Hindi Bharat ke pramuk rajyon (pranton) mein boli aur samajhi jaati hai.) Hindi is spoken and understood [...]
Tyne Bridge under construction AFL03_aerofilms_19820 TYNE BRIDGE, Newcastle. Site of the new Tyne Bridge, photographed here in October 1927, a year before official opening of the bridge - the approaches are well underway. Also shown are Robert Stephenson's innovative High Level Bridge (1849), and the Swing Bridge (1876) funded by Armstrong to replace a stone bridge that obstructed river traffic. T
TYNE BRIDGE, Newcastle. Site of the new Tyne Bridge, photographed here in October 1927, a year before official opening of the bridge - the approaches are well underway. Also shown are Robert Stephenson's innovative High Level Bridge (1849), and the Swing Bridge (1876) funded by Armstrong to replace a stone bridge that obstructed river traffic. T
Ray Russell Inaugural Lecture "A life in music..."
Visiting Professor, Ray Russell delivered his inaugural lecture on Thursday 25 March in Gandhi Hall. Ray's lecture, entitled 'A Life in Music' covered highlights from his 40-year career in the music industry ranging from his first professional job with the John Barry Seven to working with Tina Turner and on classic television theme tunes including Bergerac and A Touch of Frost. The lecture was delivered in a unique format that saw Ray backed by a band including his sons, Charlie and George, on
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
What's an EFT?
Director of Educational Program Development Bill White and his team create a television broadcast to nurture citizens for a new era.
Flowers and Herbs of Early America
Gardener Larry Griffith and Photographer Barbara Lombardi summon botanic phantoms and capture their essence on film.
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Extrait du film n° 2 - Holbein - Les Ambassadeurs - Rendez-vous avec la mort
Deuxième extrait du film : un portrait atypique... Acheter le DVD : http://goo.gl/cWtp1 La page du film : http://goo.gl/Eu6iH
Ohlone History Web Scavenger Hunt
This is a web based scavenger hunt based on the history of the Ohlone Indian Tribe in the San Francisco Bay area. This activity is for upper elementary students.
Inside the Tornado
This is an educational video about tornadoes from the National Geographic Channel. The video talks about tornadoes as well as the equipment needed to track tornadoes.
Pictures of Tornadoes
This is a video of various pictures of tornadoes. The slected music is strange. (06:17)
Investing in long-term innovation under cost pressures Sir John Egan GLS 2010 interview The Slave Trade Escape the Noose: Benefit of Clergy Call Forth the Militia
Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategic and International Management suggests ways to continue investing in long term innovation whilst under pressure to cut costs. Innovation is not just about new products but finding smarter ways to work
Sir John Egan (MSc01), Chairman, Severn Trent plc, on what we can learn from emerging markets
The slave trade touched the lives of people around the globe, explains Colonial Williamsburg's Educational Program Development director Bill White.
The hangman's noose was the last stop for many a felon. But the ultimate penalty could be avoided with the recitation of one special psalm. Historian Linda Rowe explains the Benefit of Clergy.
Local militiamen were ragtag but tenacious fighting forces. Supervisor of Military Programs John Hill describes Revolutionary War hometown defenses.
Sir John Egan GLS 2010 interview The Slave Trade Escape the Noose: Benefit of Clergy Call Forth the Militia
The Slave Trade
Escape the Noose: Benefit of Clergy
Call Forth the Militia