1st Day 2011-2012
Authors@Google: Julio Ojeda-Zapata on iPads in business
Julio Ojeda-Zapata, author of "iPad Means Business" and a technology writer at the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press, spoke at the Googleplex on how Apple's popular tablet is being used in business, education and the media. He also described how his longtime allegiance to Google services such as Google Docs is being tested. He's in love with Google+, though.
Authors@Google: Jennifer Egan
Jennifer Egan visits Google's NYC office to discuss her novel "A Visit from the Goon Squad." This event took place on August 4, 2011, as part of the Authors@Google series. Moderated by Greg Sanders. Bennie is an aging former punk rocker and record executive. Sasha is the passionate, troubled young woman he employs. Here Jennifer Egan brilliantly reveals their pasts, along with the inner lives of a host of other characters whose paths intersect with theirs. With music pulsing on every page, A Vi
Charleston Flyover: April 12, 1998
Zoom onto metropolitan centers from wide angle views, 11 seconds each.
Uganda mudslide death toll rises to 30
Aug. 30 - Villagers near Uganda's eastern border mourn 30 people killed in mudslides Monday as rescuers search for more bodies. Lindsey Parietti reports.
Almodovar unveils "The Skin I Live In" in Madrid
Aug. 30 - Director Pedro Almodovar presents his new film in Madrid which stars Antonio Banderas. Edward Baran reports.
Polio Surveillance in India
For ten years, Namdev Koktare puts on his white gown in the morning, heads to three slums in India's megacity Mumbai and collect sewage samples—all before the sun gets to high and too hot. These samples are then processed by an enterovirus laboratory to pinpoint polio-prone locations.
Fra Informationsmodel til en DTD
En præsentation af opbygning og brug af en DTD med udgangspunkt i en informationsmodel
Jay Leno Shout Out
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SeaWiFS - California Wild Fires Close Push (Oct. 17, 1999)
SeaWiFS - California Wild fires close push (Oct. 17, 1999)
Celebrities Thank NASA Shuttle Teams (Part 3)
Celebrities and VIPs express thanks to NASA and the space shuttle team, part 3.
Irene's cost less than feared
Aug. 29 - While Hurricane Irene devastated roads, coastlines and properties its financial toll will be less the $10 billion in insured losses projected before the storm. Jeanne Yurman reports.
The Future of Nagorno-Karabakh
Still a controversial topic, Nagorno-Karabakh, according to Pulitzer Center's grantee Will Englund, is a de facto independent state but internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan. Englund presents different faces of Karabakh while narrating the Karabakhis' struggles and yearning for peace and recognition.
Hurricane Irene travel recovery will take days, says expert
Aug. 29 - U.S. airlines' lack of proper preparation for Hurricane Irene has displaced many planes and crews, complicating efforts to return to a normal schedule, says JoeSentMe.com founder Joe Brancatelli.
September 11, 2001 - As It Happened - The Initial Bulletins
What follows is a succession of "BREAKING NEWS" bulletins, as they happened live, beginning with WNYW-TV in New York. WNYW (Channel 5) was the first TV station in the world to interrupt their regular programming with the breaking news at 8:48 that morning, just two minutes after the impact. CNN's "breaking news" bulletin follows at 8:49, and so on. Included in this "BREAKING NEWS" segment are the original bulletins
from WCBS-TV (Channel 2, New York), WNBC-TV (Channel 4, New Y
Imposing a deadline in Libya
Aug. 30 - Libya's interim leader gives forces loyal to Gaddafi a four-day deadline to surrender towns still under their control or face military force. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Europe Day Ahead: Gold, bonds jump, Wall St down
Aug. 30 - Gold surged on Tuesday and Wall Street stocks slid after a sharp slide in U.S. consumer confidence and a euro weakened by Greek bailout woes pushed safe havens back into play.
Under fire in Homs, Syria
Sept. 8 - Widespread violence across Syria as amateur video appears to show Syrian forces unloading weapons on a man lying in the street. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Japan's new leader right man for the job: Western Asset
Aug. 30 - Yoshihiko Noda could be the prime minister Japan needs to fix its fiscal woes and spark growth, eventually leading to a rise in long-term yields, says Western Asset's Head of Asia-Pacific investment.