“Latin Lessons: How South America Stopped Listening to the U.S. and Started Prospering” (video)
Hal Weitzman photo Thanks to demand from big emerging economies, most South American governments have become increasingly “resource nationalistic” and have ramped up social spending to meet the needs of the poor and the indigenous, causing poverty levels to drop – at the same time as poverty has been on the increase in the United States. Will the U.S. continu
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Planned Giving Donor - Janet Collins (Speech Read by Doug Puffer)
Planned Giving Donor - Janet Collins (Speech Read by Doug Puffer), Planned and Annual Giving Donor Reception, April 28, 2011
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New spacecraft could use reusable rockets
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/12/fully-reusable-spacecraft-jets-back-to-earth.html
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Students Say Thank You
Each February students gather to celebrate Thanksgiving in February to write thank you notes to Benefactors of the University. Listen to Notre Dame students say thank you.
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Numbers are Weapons - A Self Defence Guide
Tim Harword, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series.
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Aggie Students Bring Clean Water to Haiti
A Texas A&M study abroad trip has a big impact on Haiti.
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Space Race: Cold War Front
The Soviet Union launching of Sputnik leads to the United States creation of NASA and the beginning of the Space Race. America trails behind the Soviet throughout the continued race until the American’s land the first man ever on the moon. In this video take a closer look at the Space Race, set to “Magic Carpet Ride” by Steppenwolf. (4:21)
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The Art of Conservation -- Johns Hopkins Magazine
Sonja Jordan-Mowery, Assistant Director of Conservation and Preservation at the Sheridan Libraries, talks about restoring and maintaining the historical integrity of rare manuscripts and artifacts for future generations of scholars.
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Altman : le sens du spectacle. Conférence de Vincent Amiel

Le spectacle selon Altman est toujours chargé d'Histoire, chargé des mythes et des représentations qui font l'identité d'une société, d'une nation, d'un groupe culturel. Mais, comme un substitut, ce spectacle remplace souvent le récit. Et pourquoi tant d'histoires qui se croisent, si ce n'est pour qu'aucune ne l'emporte ? Tant de destins, pour qu'aucun ne se dessine vraiment ? Si le cinéma américain sait raconter des histoires, Altman montre qu'il sait les arrêter aussi, les figer
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King Tut's Paternal Line
A DNA test confirms that the unidentified mummy from KV55 is a genetic match with Amenhotep III and thus must be his son Akhenaton, the likely father of Tutankhamun. In this video clip, learn about King Tut’s DNA paternal line. (2:18)
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Authors Forum: Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State
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German-Language Predecessors of Mises's Monetary Thought
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Kwame Anthony Appiah on "Islam and the West"
Noted author and Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University Kwame Anthony Appiah visited the University of Rochester to spend three days with the campus community holding discussions on his work and the issues he addresses in his books. On February 23, he delivered his talk "Islam and the West" as part of the inaugural Distinguished Visiting Humanist Series. In his talk and during his discussions with students, Pro
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Texas Tech College of Education Prepares Special-Needs Students for Workplace
A federally funded project through Texas Tech University's College of Education in partnership with Lubbock Independent School District, Lubbock Cooper ISD and the Texas Workforce Commission is providing them the opportunity to find jobs and be successful in the workplace.
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TechFest 2012: 3D Facial Animation

TechFest is one of my favorite conferences each year because we get a little insight into what the powerful mids at Microsoft Research are working on. In this demo, you'll see what the future of 3D facial animation holds and how we can get from our current state to a near perfect simulation all created digitally. Watch out James Cameron!

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Episode 71 - Using Cloud9 IDE to Deploy to Windows Azure

Join Wade and David each week as they cover Windows Azure. You can follow and interact with the show at @CloudCoverShow.

In this episode, Nathan Totten and Glenn Block are joined by Ruben Daniels and Matt Pardee of
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