Curtis White Neilly Series Part 5 11/11/2010
Curtis White presents "Inevitably, a Romantic." A discussion of Romanticism and its relation to American culture since the '60s. Social critic, essayist, and novelist, White has authored five novels, several works of nonfiction and edited works, and numerous articles and essays Introduction by Patrick Daubert Class of 2011
Danielle Ofri, MD Neilly Series Part 2 10/27/2010
Journey with one doctor from the nation's oldest and most legendary public hospital as she navigates the eye-opening cultural permutations of today's America. Ofri is the author of Medicine in Translation: Journey with my Patients Introduction by Clayton Baker, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine
Spike's Hot Dog Eating Contest - NU MH 112010
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Texas Tech Researcher Documents New Arachnid
Texas Tech researcher James Cokendolpher, a research scientist and assistant curator of invertebrates at The Museum of Texas Tech University, is investigating a newly discovered arachnid. Parobisium yosemite was discovered a couple of years ago in a cave in Yosemite National Park. This cave-dewlling species is considered unique because it is able to live in granite rockfalls instead of limestone caves where most other species live.
All Caught Up
Commercial fishing nets often trap unprofitable animals in the process of catching their target species. In the following activity, students will experience the difficulty that fishermen experience while trying to isolate a target species when a variety of animals are found in the area of interest. The class will then discuss the large magnitude of this problem. Students will practice their data acquisition and analysis skills, through the collection of data and processing of this information to
Lecture 09 - 11/22/2010
Lokacija posnetka: Sharm el sheikh, Egipt.,Location of a photo: Sharm el sheikh, Egypt.
Upraba slogov in pisav
Vaja uporabe slogov in pisav.,Exercises in using styles and fonts in word processor.
Nippon in the world
Nippon in the World is an online exhibition of historical materials and images from the National Diet Library, Japan, accessible in largely parallel Japanese and English versions. The site is divided into three broad sections: scenic mementos of Japan (paintings, illustrations, woodblock prints and photographs covering the 17th to early 20th centuries and by Japanese and foreign artists); a virtual recreation of the Japan pavilion at the Vienna International Exposition in 1873; and modern Japane
LEGO Mindstorms, Windows Phone, Azure and you "I'm bored" "There's nothing to do" "What is there to do?" Sound familiar yet? With summer here, there's a chance these, and like, phrases are echoing throughout your house (or your head... :) The answer? LEGO's of course!
"There's nothing to do"
"What is there to do?"
Sound familiar yet? With summer here, there's a chance these, and like, phrases are echoing throughout your house (or your head... :)
The answer? LEGO's of course!
What A Beautiful Jasmine
The Chinese class at the Foreign Language Institute performs "What a Beautiful Jasmine" during the Chinese New Year Celebration.
The Referee in Italian History
For the Italian football fan, the referee is always corrupt, unless proven otherwise. What remains to be discovered is how he is or has been corrupt, in favour of whom, and why. It is this thesis that dominates most discussions of Italian football. In Italy, there is the strong conviction that the state, its rules and regulations are flexible entities, besmirched with corruption and therefore ready to be flouted and challenged. This conviction has a strong historical basis. In Italy, as the writ
Consolidar los conceptos adquiridos sobre sistemas distribuidos en sistemas reales.Aprender las herramientas, patrones básicos de trabajo y los problemas de los sistemas distribuidos reales.Conocer en profundidad el funcionamiento de la Web (World Wide Web) y ser capaz de desarrollar aplicaciones para la Web.Estudiar tecnologías de referencia : HTML, XML, SQL, CORBA, etc.
Lecture 7: Engineers at War
Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) Christopher Pugsley on "Engineers at War". Many of the most prominent man-made historical features in the landscape are the work of military engineers. Hadrian's Wall, Windsor Castle, the coastal fortifications, even the Albert Hall, all testify to the skills of the military engineer. Military engineers throughout history have always had to marry theory and genius to the practical skills of making the concept work in crisis on the ground; no small accomplishment.
17.428 American Foreign Policy: Theory and Method (MIT)
This course examines the causes and consequences of American foreign policy since 1898. Course readings cover both substantive and methods topics. Four substantive topics are covered: major theories of American foreign policy; major episodes in the history of American foreign policy and historical/interpretive controversies about them; the evaluation of major past American foreign policies--were their results good or bad? and current policy controversies, including means of evaluating proposed