Charles Eisenstein: Authors at Google
"Charles Eisenstein is a visionary scholar who maps economics, science, philosophy, psychology, and the history of civilization onto our daily activities, with inquiries like, 'How should we live?' 'What's really important?' 'How can our relationship to money be transformed?' He is the author of ""The Yoga of Eating"", ""Ascent of Humanity"", and ""Sacred Economics"". Sacred Economics is Eisenstein's exploration of the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism, where he
Dr Alan Bollard: What I have learned from the Global Financial Crisis
The 2012 annual Sir Leslie Melville Lecture delivered by Dr Alan Bollard, Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. The near-meltdown in the financial system in 2007-08 and ensuing global recession have left challenging legacies. Monetary and fiscal policy in major advanced economies have found themselves backed into difficult corners. Meanwhile, researchers and forecasters are fundamentally rethinking economic frameworks to tackle financial fragility, contagion and instability. Dr Bollard e
Article :: Working with Forms in the Widget Library Panel of Adobe Muse
A new widget category has been added to the Widgets Library panel: Forms. This excerpt shows you how to insert a form and edit form options.
EU's Rehn: ECB step a "major service" to stabilize markets
Sept. 10 - Olli Rehn, the EU's top economic official, welcomed the ECB's pledge to buy government bonds if asked to. He also praised Greece for sticking to its tough budgetary reform programme.
U.S. Morning Call: AIG creeps away from Uncle Sam
Sep 10 - U.S. Treasury launches $18 billion AIG stock offering, and Chinese trade data points to global slowdown.
BLOSSOMS - From Teenage to Old Age: How Cancer Develops over Time This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
Art Forum: Nida Bangash
The ANU School of Art and the ACT Government present the 2012 public Art Forum series. Nida Bangash is a Visiting Artist in the Painting Workshop. Based in Pakistan and of part Iranian heritage, she has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally. Drawing from miniature painting, she continuously evolves her medium and questions the parameters of her art practice. While in residence at ANU, Nida will be conducting a series of miniature painting workshops.
They are no longer with us: USAWC remembers 9/11
Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett joined Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo and the United States Army War College community to begin Sept. 11, 2012 with this somber reminder and a ceremony dedicated to the college alumni, police, firemen, emergency responders, civilians and the members of the US Armed Forces who perished on September 11, 2001 and those who have sacrificed their lives in the past decade defending the nation.
In this video you can see several examples of redox reactions along with a combustion reaction at the end. The teacher carries out each reaction in the lab while describing what is happening in each case (05:12).
Senior Chemistry: Acids and Bases 3
This is a good explanation of acid base equilibrium. The teacher takes time to explain the self ionization of water and demonstrates how to solve an equilibrium problem using Kw, the ionization constant of water. He also explains how to use Kw to determine pH (03:50).
Senior Chemistry: Acid Base Equilibrium
The Chem Guy demonstrates how to solve acid base equlibrium problems. He solves the problem step by step (05:05).
Saxon Phonics---Learning Suffix S
This lesson teaches parents the Saxon Phonics rules for suffix S. We code suffix s with a box. She reviews breves and decodable readers. This is a great resource to helps students master these important skills. (2:24)
Things looking up for troubled India
Aug. 31 - Despite government gridlock and flagging growth, investors are banking on promising signs India will introduce much-needed economic reforms.
Cam's 4th Grade Poetry Slam
This is an example of a poetry reading by a fourth grade student. Seeing another kid their age, may help some learners have more confidence to recite their poems or others' poetry orally. (00:46)
Motorfietsentechniek : BMW Boxer 1200GS / HP2 Sport In deze aanvulling bij de cursus motorfietstechniek worden de technische bijzonderheden van de BMW Boxer 1200GS / HP2 Sport nader bekeken.
In deze aanvulling bij de cursus motorfietstechniek worden de technische bijzonderheden van de BMW Boxer 1200GS / HP2 Sport nader bekeken.…
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Date: 2012-09-13 Time: 6:00pm Jennie Bowser, National Conference of State Legislatures Senior Fellow; John Fund, National Affairs Columnist for the National Review Online; Tova Wang, Senior Democracy Fellow for Demos and Fellow for The Century Foundation; and Alex Keyssar, Matthew W. Stirling Jr. Professor of History and Social Policy for HKS discuss voter ID Laws and its surrounding issues of suppression and fraud as a part of the IOP's ongoing conversation about the 2012 election. Trey Gray
In her inaugural lecture Professor Clegg argues the case for extending boundaries of research into higher education in terms of: * the questions it asks - including those about what Erica McWilliam’s calls the ‘charming absurdities’ of higher education * the theoretical resources it draws on - in Alex Callinicos’ evocative phrase developing ‘resources of critique’ * the different disciplines across which we engage in conversation. The lecture demonstrates that not onl
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Protecting the Vote: Suppression, Fraud and the Future of Voter ID Laws | Institute of Politics
Extending the boundaries of research into higher education (Professor Sue Clegg - Inaugural Lecture)
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