The Science of Good Cooking | Lecture 10 (2012)
Jack Bishop, Editorial Director at Cook's Illustrated and an Editor on The Science of Good Cooking Dan Souza, Associate Editor of Cook's Illustrated
Breakingviews: Mursi's pharaonic blunder
Nov. 26 - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's power-grab shows he has underestimated the nation's craving for democracy and throws the country into chaos, says Reuters Breakingviews.
Market Pulse: Greece deal seen likely, markets cautious
Nov. 26 - Greece is expected to get its next aid tranche. Among the biggest stock decliners are European banks - Barclays shares down as Qatar cashes in on warrants.
Interview with L.S. Asekoff
Grace Cavalieri interviews L.S. Asekoff for the Library's Poet and the Poem Series. Speaker Biography: L.S. Asekoff has published four books of poetry: Dreams of a Work (1994) and North Star (1997) with Orchises Press, and The Gate of Horn (2010) and the verse novella Freedom Hill (2011) with TriQuarterly/Northwestern University Press. His poems have appeared in such magazines as The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, and Ninth Letter, and he has received awards from the New York Foundation fo
Dipper Mouth Blues
Thomas Brothers discusses Louis Armstrong, composer of King Oliver's "Dipper Mouth Blues." Speaker Biography: Thomas Brothers is professor of music at Duke University. For captions, transcript, and more information visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=5624.
SWIB12- Culturegraph Authorities
By: SWIB SWIB12- Culturegraph Authorities Markus Geipel, German Nationsl Library (DNB)
SWIB12 - Enrichment of Library Authority files by LInked Open Datat Sources
By: SWIB SWIB12 - Enrichment of Library Authority files by LInked Open Datat Sources, Gerd Zechmeister, Helmut Nagy, Semantic Web Company GmbH
SWIB12 - First Insights into the Library Track of the OAEI
By: SWIB SWIB12 - First Insights into the Library Track of the OAEI Dominique Ritze, Mannheim University Library
11.401 Introduction to Housing, Community and Economic Development (MIT)
As an introduction to the field of Housing, Community, and Economic Development (HCED), the course is structured to: Advance student's understanding of how public policy and private markets affect housing, economic development, the local economy, and neighborhood institutions; Provide an overview of techniques for framing public and private interventions to meet housing and community development agendas, broadly defined, of inner city and low income neighborhoods; Review and critique specific
Five Question Thursday - Black Friday and Final Exams
Check out this week's Five Question Thursday (5QT). Where we are out in the College of Business asking you questions. Want to show your knowledge or offer you opinions? Look for the 5QT crew out and about on Thursday afternoons! Props to the ISU Student Television Workshop for production!
How to Brush Your Teeth
An instructional video on how to brush your teeth in a proper way. (01:21)
Another Pythagorean Theorem Proof - Khan Academy
Visually proving the Pythagorean Theorem. (10:23)
Short Powwow in Shiprock, NM for the Navajo Nation fair 2012
This short video offers a look at the current powwow ceremony, dress, song, and dance at the Navajo Nation fair 2012. (01:28)
Regional Night: Bollywood
Thunderbird students perform Dec. 8, 2012.
Europe Day Ahead: Key UN vote for Palestine
Nov. 28 - A look at Thursday's key events including the BoE stability report, German jobless data and a key UN vote on Palestinian status
Trading at Noon: SAC & Knight Capital talk of the town
Nov 28 - SAC Capital may face civil charges over alleged insider trading, and Knight Capital rises on takeover talk
Wealth Strategies: SAC scandal ups need for transparency
Nov. 28 - Jason Ader, CEO of Ader Investment Management, says the SEC investigation into Steven Cohen and his SAC Capital demonstrates due diligence needed to invest in hedge funds and alternative investments
Theories in Technology Evaluation
This unit is devoted to exploring and analysing the theoretical and political nature of evaluation and assessment. It introduces theories and paradigms that play important roles in how we design, conduct and use evaluations and assessments, and deals with the ‘thorny’ issue of participation in evaluation. First published
The Exchange: Business lessons from the Grateful Dead
Rob Cox talks to the New Yorker's Nick Paumgarten about how the rock band's focus on touring, taping and community presaged the post-album era of the music business.