Rising and Sinking
Why does a hot air balloon rise into the sky? Why does ice rise in water when a lump of solid wax will sink in a jar full of melted wax? In this session, we’ll generalize the model we’ve developed about what rises and what sinks, using the idea of balance of forces.
Using Dynamic Link
Exchange data between Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Soundbooth, and Encore using Dynamic Link, without rendering and exporting intermediate files.
United Mine Wrokers of America, Kentucky Delegation, and John L. Lewis
The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) pose for a group photograph on Monument Circle. The union was established in 1890 and eight years later selected Indianapolis as the location for its national headquarters. The union held its annual conventions in Indianapolis until 1934. John L. Lewis, a prominent leader of the labor movement, stands in the front row, fifth from the right.,Appears in Destination Indiana 9
Kivelson's lecture 1 part B
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Getting Started: 08 Wrapping text around a graphic
Learn how to wrap text around a graphic. Use the Selection tool to choose a graphic. Access the Text Wrap panel. Create an offset boundary.
Basics: 10 Overview of exporting
Take a tour of the Export dialog box in Lightroom. Learn about the different settings for exporting images as JPEG files or preparing images for post-processing.
LR - Lens Correction & Perspective Correction
Perfect your images by reducing lens defects like geometric distortion, chromatic aberration, and vignetting. Save time by combining crop, straighten, and perspective correction in one operation.
Add a film grain effect
Use the new Grain sliders to create a special effect that simulates traditional film grain. Try it in black-and-white photos.
Wooden Block Between Two Strings
A block of wood is attached vertically between two strings. When the bottom string is pulled slowly, the top string breaks. When the bottom string is pulled quickly, it itself breaks.
MIT@Lawrence 2nd Sprint Reflections (2010 Practicum)
On November 10, 2010, the MIT@Lawrence students held their second public meeting with city officials and community leaders from the City of Lawrence to present research findings and get feedback. Afterward, they were asked to reflect on their experiences working in the community and with each other.
8.3 Problems for Locke's View of Personal Identity
Part 8.3. Criticisms of Locke's view of personal identity; if personal identity is dependent on memory then how does forgetting personal history and the concept of false memory change Locke's view of personal identity.
Great Courses Great Faculty: Dr. H. David Soren
Join hundreds of UA students in Dr. Soren's Classics/Art 329 course for his November 4, 2010, lecture "America in the 1920s and 1930s." Dr. Soren's classes are extremely popular with students. He is a Regents Professor in Classics and Classical Archaeology, a distinguished scholar, and directs the Orvieto International Institute for Classical Studies in Italy, the University's largest study abroad program. As if that's not enough to account for those large enrollments, watch this lecture to
COM365 Fall 2010 Session 13
COM365 Public Relations Session Thirteen 11/30/10 Suzanne Scholz
Music on a WIM: Andrea Clearfield (Part 1)
First up is Andrea Clearfield's composition Songs of the Wolf. Kristen Richard, a senior in horn performance in the studio of Mary Burroughs, and Alisa Gilliam, a piano faculty member at ECU perform the first movement of this piece—Wolf Songs. Clearfield, a current American composer, teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She writes compositions for a variety of musical avenues including orchestra, chorus, soloists, and chamber ensembles. Additionally, Clearfield recently won
Music on a WIM: Florence Price (Part 3)
The final two pieces, Trouble Done Come My Way and My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord, were composed by Florence Price. Price, who wrote mainly spirituals, was the first African American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer in the 1930s. She attended the American Conservatory and the Chicago Musical College to study music. Although she wrote more than 300 compositions, many remain unpublished today. Candace Little, a senior in music therapy and mezzo-soprano, and Catherine Garner on p
Psychology Lecture Series- An Introduction to Parasomnias
Things That Go Bump in the Night: An Introduction to Parasomnias In this session, Dr. Krainin provides an overview of the diagnosis and treatment of common disorders of arousal during sleep (parasomnias). Topics discussed included sleep walking, sleep eating, nightmares and REM sleep behavior disorder.
Groundbreaking Regional Planners
John and Scott Fregonese are visionaries. They look at a cityscape and imagine the possibilities. As community planners, the father-son duo of the Portland-based Fregonese Associates urban and regional planning know how to maximize a community's potential, but they also know that at the heart of any planning project are the people who will work and live there.
Julie Shackford, Princeton University: The Sporting Edge - IT Tools for Winning Soccer
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Soccer coach Julie Shackford and assistant Scott Champ discuss Dartfish and other technologies that they are using from the scouting process to post-game analysis. More info: http://blogs.princeton.edu/itsacademic/2008/04/the_sporting_edge_it_tools_for_winning_soccer.html
Marcia Angell, Harvard Medical School: "Reforming Our Health System: Why Neither Candidate Has the A
Marcia Angell, M.D. is the author of The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It. Former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine and trained in internal medicine and pathology, she has been a frequent critic of the U.S. healthcare system and the pharmaceutical industry. Her lecture will examine the American health system, which she believes is rapidly self-destructing. Costs per capita are more than double what they are in other advanced nations and risi
Adriana Popescu, Priscilla Treadwell: E-books - Princeton and Beyond PDF
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: When e-books began to appear in the early 2000’s, there was speculation about the demise of the printed book. While that clearly did not come to pass, e-books did become a staple of the reference holdings of many libraries. Since then, both the library and consumer markets have matured, and despite all predictions and speculations, at Princeton University Library, print books and e-books have continued to co-exist quite nicely. Princeton University Press feels that