Benkler on Net Neutrality, Competition, and the Future of the Internet
Yochai Benkler of Harvard University talks to EconTalk host Russ Roberts about net neutrality, access to the internet, and innovation. Benkler argues in favor of net neutrality and government support of broadband access. He is skeptical of the virtues of new technology (such as the iPad) fearing that they will lead to less innovation. The conversation closes with a discussion of commons-based peer production--open source software and Wikipedia.
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Racism and the Police - Going Undercover - Mark Daly
Mark’s first media job was working for his local newspaper, The Clydebank Post, in 1999. He was named Scotland’s Young Journalist of the Year six months later and moved to The Scotsman. One year later he joined The Daily Record – the country’s biggest tabloid and spearheaded a number of award-winning undercover investigations. In 2002 he joined the BBC and embarked on a two-year undercover investigation into racism in the Greater Manchester Police Service. The resulting documentary cause
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Moving from Documentary to Fiction - David Pearson
David Pearson is an award winning documentary maker who has turned to fiction. He invented the Cheltenham Screenwriting festival. It is the only festival of its kind in Europe and a huge success – each july 600 flock to the Cotswolds to talk writing for feature films. In this Coventry Conversation David talks about his impressive career.
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Dr Alex Moulton - Bugatti Design Lecture
Apologies about the sound, but we simply had to show you this lecture given by Dr Alex Moulton. Dr. Moulton's professional life has been devoted to the research and development of innovative designs. He developed The Moulton Bicycle, introduced in 1962, and pioneered small-wheeled, full-suspension thinking which was acknowledged as the most radical change in bicycle design for over 60 years. Over 150,000 were made and they still hold world and national speed records, testimony to their fundame
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How to Stay in the Radio Business - Tom Reeves
Tom Reeves is currently the Producer of ‘Breakfast with Andy Goulding’ on Mercia FM. Tom began working at Red Dragon FM in 2002 and became Breakfast Producer in December 2004. He won the best Breakfast Show award at GCap Boot Camp Awards and In 2008 he left Red Dragon to launch a new breakfast show at Mercia, which has so far shown an increase in audience figures of 14,000 listeners. In this Coventry Conversation, you can hear Tom talking about how to stay in the radio business.
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From Here to There - Gideon Coe, Radio 6
Gideon, a former Coventry student, joined BBC GLR in 1994 as sportscaster on the Breakfast Show, he later took over joint-presentation duties. He won a Sony Award in 1995 and another in 1999 for the sports show. He now works at 6 Music for the BBC.
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Stormy Days Ahead - John Kettley
John worked at the meteorological office at Manchester Airport for two years from 1970 before studying Applied Physics at what is now Coventry University. From 1980 he worked at the Nottingham Weather Centre, presenting his first forecast for Radio Lincolnshire, then further forecasts for Midlands Today. In 1985 he became a national forecaster on the BBC.
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Caesar Part 4 of 5
Caesar,part 4. In this part Julius Caesar leads his legions
across the Rubicon, Caesar began a civil war in 49 BC from which he became the master of the Roman world. After assuming control of government, he began extensive reforms of Roman society and government. He heavily centralized the bureaucracy of the
Republic and was eventually proclaimed "dictator in perpetuity"


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Faith and Politics in a Diverse Society - Baroness Amos
Baroness Valarie Amos’s political career began in 1981 where she worked in Equal Opportunities, Training and Management Services until 1989. She was a co-founder of Amos Fraser Bernard, and director (1995-1998) where she advised the South African Government on public service reform, human rights and employment equality. She was created a life peer in 1997 by Tony Blair. From 1998-2001 she was a government whip in the House of Lords. She was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Fo
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Face the Facts - John Waite
John Waite presents Radio 4’s award-winning investigative journalism programme Face The Facts, which has been a fixture in the Radio 4 schedules for 16 years and for which John has won 3 Sony Radio Awards as either Reporter or Broadcaster of the year. He also co-presents Radio 4’s daily consumer affairs programme You and Yours.
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Virtual Maths, Brick Density, Water Displacement method video
Video demonstrating how to measure the density of a brick using the water displacement method.
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Martin Luther King Day Celebration - José Huizar, Princeton University Trustee: "Keynote Address"
The theme of this year's program is immigration, a hotly debated topic today that is relevant to King given his concern for humanity. The keynote address will be delivered by José Huizar, a Princeton trustee and graduate alumnus who is the first Latino immigrant to serve as a member of the Los Angeles City Council. The event will include the presentation of awards to essay, poster and video contest winners in grades 4 through 12 from area schools, who submitted entries reflecting their views o
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Brian Kernighan: The Changing Face of Programming
The rapid evolution of languages, tools, environments, and expectations presents major challenges and opportunities for programmers and for software engineering education. This is true across all kinds of programming, but is especially so for Web systems, which are now routinely written in untyped scripting languages and include Ajax, mashups, toolkits, frameworks like Rails and Django, and a profusion of interfaces, all operating asynchronously on distributed systems. For the past 7 or 8 years
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Brian Kernighan: The Changing Face of Programming PDF
The rapid evolution of languages, tools, environments, and expectations presents major challenges and opportunities for programmers and for software engineering education. This is true across all kinds of programming, but is especially so for Web systems, which are now routinely written in untyped scripting languages and include Ajax, mashups, toolkits, frameworks like Rails and Django, and a profusion of interfaces, all operating asynchronously on distributed systems. For the past 7 or 8 years
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This video offers a one-minute explanation of adding two-digit numbers.
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TALAT Lecture 2201.01: State of the Art
This lecture gives an introduction into use of aluminium in stressed applications, with examples of the past experiences and likely future developments. A general engineering background is an advantage but the subject matter is suitable for most audiences concerned with transport and structural applications.
Author(s): A Broli, Hydro Aluminium Structures, Karmoy,TALAT

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Practical guide for installation of art exhibitions
The purpose of this book is to be a practical guide to how to put up a show/exhibition. It's not about aesthetics or the making of work. It has been written to enable this task, but does assume different levels of knowledge. The first part is universal and will be useful to all. The later sections are more specific to different practices.
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Opening access to educational resources for use and reuse
An OOER MEDEV progress report by Suzanne Hardy, Senior Advisor (Information)(March 2010). Presented at UHMLG Spring Forum, Woburn House, London. The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) announced an initial £5.7 million of funding for pilot projects that will open up existing high-quality education resources from UK higher education institutions to the world Higher Education Academy and JISC working in partnership to deliver 12-month pilot projects - formally launched in April
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Quantum field theory
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. Last taught in Spring Semester 2006 A compilation of fourteen lectures in PDF format on the subject of quantum field theory. This module is suitable for 3rd or 4th year undergraduate and postgraduate level learners. Suitable for year 3/4 undergraduate and postgraduate study. Dr Kirill Krasnov, School of Mathematical Sciences Dr Kirill Krasnov is a Lecturer at the University of Nottingham. After studying physics in K
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