Wealth Strategies: Apple could be loser in tech patent wars
Aug. 13 - StockTwits executive editor Phil Pearlman says the end result of Apple's patent war with Samsung could result in a hit to the maker of iPads and iPhones.
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Britain should stay in the European Union [Audio]
Speaker(s): Sir Stephen Wall, George Eustice MP, Roger Helmer MEP, Mark Reckless MP, Dr Helen Szamuely | With the crisis continuing in the eurozone, recent polls suggest that the vast majority of the British electorate would be in favour of a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union. In the current climate the voices of those in favour of the European project have been noticeable by their absence. Today programme presenter Evan Davis chairs this debate on the motion "Britain sh
"Did They Get It Right?": Are so many superhero films good for us?
Superman returns, Batman begins and the Hulk ... he does whatever he wants. For the last two decades, Hollywood has offered a long list of of blockbusters to moviegoers eager to see superheroes on the big screen. Partly because of advances in special effects technology, movie producers are sitting on a goldmine of comics-based film scripts that likely will keep actors, directors and moviegoers busy for years to come. While profits and viewer accessibility are key reasons for this onslaught of mo
Perhaps no Caribbean food is more widely known than Jamaica's jerk. Jeremy McConnell at Scotchie's, demonstrates how he prepares jerk pork and chicken. Chef Bill Moore of Push Cart Foods explains that authentic jerk takes days of marinating, and must be smoked over pimento wood. For recipes, visit http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA7.
Pride Parade 2012 and the Empty Closet
Rocky and friends participate for the second year running in Rochester's Gay Pride Parade. This year, marchers also handed out facsimilies of the first issue of The Empty Closet and the University's new Diversity brochure. The Empty Closet, one of the country's longest-running LGBT publications, was started by members of a UR student group, the Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and first distributed in 1971. Access the online archive at http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=4769
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Deze site biedt nieuws, activiteiten en educatief materiaal aan die aansluiten bij de vakoverschrijdende eindtermen rond film- en beeldopvoeding.
Je vindt er titels van CD-roms, informatiesheets, lespaketten, werkbladen en links …
Illinois State University Move In 2012
With a new schedule system, the refined program has helped the congestion on campus during Move In 2012. In a two day period, 6,100 students move in to the residence halls on campus with the help of their parents and 450+ volunteers. New this year is Cardinal Court, apartment-style residence living. Unlike the typical residence halls, Cardinal Court includes a private kitchen and bathroom in each apartment. The hope is this will help the students' transition better into renting their own apartme
McNair Scholars Summer Research 2012 -- College of Charleston
Highlights from three presentations: 1. Sylricka Foster "How would climate change affect the salt marshes along the Southeastern coast of the United States?" 2. Andrea DeLeon "Do stereotypes presented in sex education have an effect on attitudes of students exposed to the program?" 3. Tomika Caldwell "What are the effects of induced mycobacterium marinum in zebrafish?" About the McNair Scholars Program: The College of Charleston received funding to implement TRiO's Ronald E. McNair Post-Bac
UMass Minutemen Football at Gillette Stadium - It's On! Remix by DJ Steve Porter
Catch the action as the UMass Minutemen join the extremely competitive Mid-American Conference of the NCAA's Football Bowl Subdivision - the highest level of college football. This season, the Minutemen are playing all home games at Gillette Stadium. Tickets are affordably priced and parking is free. Buy now for the season or individual games at Ticketmaster! http://www.ticketmaster.com/UMass-Football-tickets/artist/833822?list_view=1&tm_link=Artist_SwitchTo_List Remix by DJ Steve Porter and
Morehouse College introduces CTEMS-Cinema Television and Emerging Media Studies Program.
Fall 2012 Graduate School Orientation
The Graduate School held its annual Orientation and Information Fair for all incoming graduate students on Wednesday, August 08. This was an opportunity for students to learn about key components of their graduate education experience from Dean Grasso, members of the Graduate School staff, and representatives of key campus units. More than 30 organizations were represented at the Information Fair to share information and answer questions. More than 900 students attended the event.
"Did They Get It Right?"-excerpt
Are there too many superhero movies? Technology advances and a ton of stories already in the books has brought the current onslaught to fruition, but is this bad thing for moviegoers? Matt McAllister, professor in the College of Communications, Penn State, discusses this question in this excerpt from "Did They Get It Right": Are so many superhero films good for us? Watch the entire feature at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHcpIe7Lbiw
I Am A Rebel - Ole Miss 2012 Television Commercial
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The West Nile virus and Spraying Mosquitoes
Dr. Brian Zoltowski, an assistant professor of chemistry at SMU, talks about the chemicals used in aerial spray for mosquitoes in the battle against the West Nile virus.
Jamaican Seafood at Little Ochie's
While jerk is a hallmark of Jamaican cooking, much of the island's cuisine is based on its bounty of seafood. At Edward "Blackie" Christian's restaurant, Little Ochie's, in Manchester on the south coast, locals and tourists alike sit in one of the beached fishing boats and feast on grunts, goat fish, jacks, snapper, parrot fish, shrimp and spiny lobster that is prepared in one of the ten different ways that he's developed. He shares some, but not all of his secrets with us. For recipes, visit h
School for Global Animal Health
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Rick Christie, cancer survivor and founder of Ride for Life, has committed to giving The NSW Cancer Survivors Centre around $50,000 per year for the next five years. Based at the UNSW Lifestyle Clinic, the Cancer Survivors Centre is dedicated to cancer survivors and is the first of its kind in Australia to provide clinical services and conduct research for both adults and children. MORE INFO: http://www.nswcancersurvivorscentre.org/