Pittsburg, Indiana Showing Mills in Foreground, from "Mt. Pisgah," 1885
Pittsburg was platted in 1838 and a dam was built nearby for waterpower and a side-cut for Erie Canal traffic. The town filled with mills and warehouses until 1856 when the Wabash Railroad came to Delphi. The dam was dynamited in 1881 ending the canal traffic.,Carroll County Journey
Crap Game at the Wharf
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Transparency in the Obama Administration - A First-Year Assessment - Panel Three: The New Executive
Meredith Fuchs, General Counsel, National Security Archive; Regina A. Genton, Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Policy, Office of the Director of National Intelligence; William H. Leary, Senior Director, National Security Council; J. William Leonard, former Director, Information Security Oversight Office, National Archives and Records Administration; and Steven Aftergood, Executive Director, Project on Government Secrecy, Federation of American Scientists (moderator)
Albert Einstein: How I See the World (Part 2 of 6)
An excellent PBS documentary on Swiss genius Albert Einstein, most commonly known for his theory of relativity. Part 2 of 6. (09:38)
Albert Einstein: How I See the World (Part 4 of 6)
An excellent PBS documentary on Swiss genius Albert Einstein, most commonly known for his theory of relativity. Part 4 of 6. (09:49)
This 8:20 video provides a good overview of this colony using images of that time period with the emphasis on its founding, struggles, and the mystery of its end.
Tightrope walkers find balance
Nov. 7 - Tightrope walkers and jugglers from around the world gather for an international convention in Brussels, while attempting a record for the most tightrope walkers on one rope. Tara Cleary reports.
Sean Faircloth, Naked Ladies and Mormons
Sean Faircloth, Director of Strategy and Policy for the U.S. branch of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science, and author of Attack of the Theocrats: How the Religious Right Harms Us All—and What We Can Do About It, which examines the crumbling of the United States' most cherished founding principle—the wall of separation between church and state—and offers a specific and sensible plan for rebuilding the church-state wall.
Authors@Google: Matt Long
Authors@Google welcomes New York City Firefighter Matt Long. In a chat with Michael Anderson, Matt discusses his book, The Long Run: A New York City Firefighter's Triumphant Comeback from Crash Victim to Elite Athlete. The book tells the story of Matt's emotional and inspiring memoir of learning to run again after a debilitating accident, based on the wildly popular March 2009 piece in Runner's World. On the morning of December 22, 2005, Matt Long was cycling to work in the early morning when
Julie's Journey: How the Internet Almost Cost a Girl Her Life
Julie talks about when she left home for three weeks with a convicted murderer she had developed a relationship with online in this three minute video. A must watch for all students.
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NYIT de Seversky Mansion - Stuffed Boston Lettuce
Stuffed Boston Lettuce with Frisee, Baby Arugula, Roasted Mushrooms, Goat Cheese Medallions and Aged Balsamic - demonstrated by Robert Neumann nyit.edu/deSeversky
NYIT de Seversky Mansion - Hot Antipasto Station
A Wide Assortment of Hot Italian Classic Dishes and Flavors Freshly Prepared with the Finest Quality using Seasonal Herbs and Spices, Oiled Focaccia Bread, Warm Pita Flat Breads, Bread Sticks, Garlic Knots, and Fresh Baked Breads to Accompany an Assortment of Herb Oils - Demonstrated by Robert Neumann and Renee Griffiths nyit.edu/deSeversky
Duke on Demand Highlights for the Week of November 6, 2011
This week in Duke on Demand ... students from Duke's Nursing School pick up their guitars and sing the praises of a healthy diet. Duke Theater Department faculty and students put on playwright Henrik Ibsen's domestic drama "A Doll's House." And, the GoDuke Weekly webcast show features brothers Mason and Miles Plumlee with tips on the art of dunking.
2011 Pirate Soccer and Volleyball teams PBC Champs
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Roller Coasters and Their Design
The laws of the physics and a great deal of math are what it takes to design a roller coaster. This video explains how these subjects are needed to make a safe and exciting ride.
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Biocompare bills itself as a "neutral source for life-science product information." The Web siteprovides searchable and browseable product information for various types of biological research. In addition to listing products and features, users may view side-by-side comparisons of selected items, request information from vendors, or read product reviews. Many other features are provided by this site, including subject-specific newsletters that help users stay updated on the latest technologies i
Starfall's excellent interactive treatment given to the letter "H h”, with emphasis on the sound of the letter. Several examples and very clear pronunciation.
The Free-Market Economics of the Late Scholastics [Faith and Liberty: The Economic Thought of the Late Scholastics • By Alejandro A. Chafuen • Lexington Books, 2003. This review originally appeared in the Journal of Libertarian Studies, 19.4 (Fall 2005), pp. 97–101.] Authors@Google: Tom Brokaw
Tom Brokaw chats with Stuart Feldman at Google's New York office about his new book, "The Time of Our Lives: Past, Present, Promise" Tom Brokaw's mother grew up on a farm in South Dakota during the Great Depression. Now ninety-three years old, she remembers horse-and-buggy trips into town to buy blocks of ice. Like many of their generation, by the 1950s, the Brokaws had an easier life. They valued family, hard work, faith, thrift, moderation, and community. The generation of Tom's grandchildren
[Faith and Liberty: The Economic Thought of the Late Scholastics • By Alejandro A. Chafuen • Lexington Books, 2003. This review originally appeared in the Journal of Libertarian Studies, 19.4 (Fall 2005), pp. 97–101.]
Authors@Google: Tom Brokaw