Los peligros del cosmos (The History Channel) - parte 1
Viajar por el espacio es una tarea extremadamente peligrosa. Visto desde la tierra, parece que el universo está en absoluta quietud. Todo lo contrario, es extremadamente violento y está en movimiento a velocidades inimaginables. (23:00)
The Crusades (3:08)
While the Crusades were not a definitive military success, they helped to bring about the end of the Dark Ages in Europe. This video shows the violence the knights used and the role the Church played in trying to control these actions.
A Charleston Affair -- Challenge Question 3
The Countdown to A Charleston Affair Weekend Contest is a seven week social media challenge - and this is the third challenge: The College is rich in tradition and your challenge this week is to tell us your favorite tradition by posting a photo or description on our Facebook Wall. By sharing your favorite tradition with us, you have the chance to win the new Official College of Charleston tie along with other great prizes. You have until tomorrow, April 4th at 10 PM to respond. The winner
Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Ze'ev Portnoy
If you do not see the English subtitles click "cc" (red). Woe! My life became repugnant to me, Woe! My life was given over to torture. Fatherless, motherless -- all mercilessly put to death, I remained, forever despondent and lonely. Thus Ze'ev (Vlodemerz) Portnoy, born in Tuchin, Volhynia (Ukraine), concludes his poem that describes the hardships he endured during the Holocaust. Portnoy, born in 1932 to a traditional family in which he had three sisters, was only nine years old when the Naz
Power of Attorney
This short video provides an overview of the importance and use of the Power of Attorney for families. (01:12)
UW Timeline: The Daily 1908
Students of the newly founded University of Washington gathered to establish the school's first campus-wide publications in the early 1900s. The most prominent of these weekly publications was named the Daily Pacific Wave in 1908. Renamed the Daily in 1985, this UW publication has since been the showcase of Pulitzer-Prize winning authors, and has become one of the most awarded college newspapers in the nation.
Lisa Randall: Measure for Measure - Great Teachers
In late 2011, Lisa Randall curated "Measure for Measure," an exhibition at Harvard's Carpenter Center containing a number of artistic explorations of scale that echo and harmonize with Professor Randall's own reflections on the role scale plays in physics and in our understandings of the world around us. Lisa Randall is the Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science in the Department of Physics. Her research connects theoretical insights to puzzles in our current understanding of the properties a
Cartooning: Drawing a Shark
Watch this video to learn to draw a cartoon shark. Detailed, step-by-step directions are demonstrated. The cartoonist explains how to stylize features when creating cartoons.
WSU to teach English online to Japanese high schoolers
On Thursday, WSU President Elson S. Floyd signed an official memorandum of understanding with officials from the Ryukyu America Historical Society and the city of Kitanakagusuku. The process used the same technology that will allow students to learn language skills in real time. Learn more: https://news.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=31179&TypeID=1
The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) of the Cold War lead to the launching of several satellites to detect nuclear energy blasts. Satellites did detect blasts, not from the earth or our moon as expected, but from random places all over the sky. This segment from Swift: Eyes through Time covers the accidental discovery of gamma-ray bursts and the 30-plus years quest to understand them. (3:50)
Mac10Professional - Catherine Maybrey, Alumni Career Coach
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Lang.NEXT 2012 Expert Panel: Web and Cloud Programming (and more) What happens when Anders Hejlsberg, Gilad Bracha, Martin Odersky, and Peter Alvaro get together for an interactive panel moderated by Erik Meijer? Tune in.
What happens when Anders Hejlsberg, Gilad Bracha, Martin Odersky, and Peter Alvaro get together for an interactive panel moderated by Erik Meijer?
Lesson #083, Wednesday To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form: For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato' For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto' For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito' andare = to go, andato = went preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared lavare = to wash, lavato = washed parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate volere = to want, voluto = wanted crede
To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form:
For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato'
For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto'
For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito'
andare = to go, andato = went
preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared
lavare = to wash, lavato = washed
parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke
mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate
volere = to want, voluto = wanted
Tutorial for making line graph in excel 2007
Authors at Google: Stacey Shepatin, "Social TV"
The Internet didn't kill TV! It has become its best friend. Americans are watching more television than ever before, and we're engaging online at the same time we're tuning in. Social media has created a new and powerful "backchannel", fueling the renaissance of live broadcasts. Mobile and tablet devices allow us to watch and experience television whenever and wherever we want. And "connected TVs" blend web and television content into a unified big screen experience bringing us back into our liv
Islam Through Western Eyes
According to author Jonathan Lyons, the Western view of Islam has prevented the West from responding effectively to its most significant 21st-century challenges: the rise of Islamic power, the emergence of religious violence, and the growing tension between established social values and multicultural rights among Muslim immigrant populations. Lyons addresses the issues of Islam and modernity, Islam and violence, and Islam and women and proposes new ways of thinking about the Western relationship
Django Reinhardt - Stephane Grappelli - Jazz Hot 1939.mpg
In 1926 things changed for jazz. Since then the value of the piece played is based on the interpretation not how it is written, straight jazz became hot.
Jazz is an Irish word that means "Hot". See Linguistics
War, Peace and Justice: the dilemmas of International security
Prof Adrian Hyde-Price from the University's Department of European Studies & Modern Languages examines the nature and causes of contemporary war and conflict, and considers the prospect of peace in the 21st Century.