5.1 Introdution to Knowledge
Part 5.1. Looks at the problem of knowledge; how can we know what we know, three types of knowledge and A J Ayer's two conditions for knowledge.
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020 Further Orbital Angular Momentum, Spectra of L2 and LZ
Twentieth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010
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Amy Errett, CEO of Olivia -- 2007 Wharton Economic Summit
During the recent 2007 Wharton Economic Summit, Knowledge@Wharton recorded nine podcasts with speakers and panelists at the event, whose theme was "Next Moves in a Global Economy." This interview is with Amy Errett, CEO of Olivia.
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Engineering in the Headlines - Driven to Distraction
Mobile phones, PDAs, GPS devices, and glowing digital dashboards can easily draw a driver's attention away from the road. Serious accidents occur and states pass laws, but will our driving habits change? Professor Linda Ng Boyle of the UW College of Engineering is developing systems that can help drivers stay focused on driving and make roadways safer.
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The Powers to Lead
Leadership is always necessary in any endeavor, applying equally to politics, business, society, and culture. Whilst enriching our understanding of the concept Nye highlights how the changing nature of leadership derives from broader social and political changes. Joseph S. Nye Jr, is University Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where he was formerly Dean. In government, he served as Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, Assistant Secre
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Bureaucracy in Retreat
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The Hop Farm
A brief history and description of The Hop Farm, Beltring, Kent
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Creating, formatting and editing articles
How to put headings, maps, links, images etc into articles; also how to create and edit them.
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Sociable Robots
Cynthia Breazeal makes social robots, machines with the capacity to interact with people on psychological terms. She says they “open up a new world of questions.” But these increasingly sophisticated devices make Sherry Turkle uneasy, since they challenge the idea of human relationships and the very “purp
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An Evening with Video Artist Bill Viola
Bill Viola dims the lights in MIT’s Room 10-250, and begins to talk of life, death and all that lies between, leaving the realm of classroom and entering a place of potential enlightenment. Weaving together his video art, personal anecdotes, poetry and other writings from religious traditions spanning the globe and the ages, V
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Glusk, Belarus -- mass murder of the Jews
Mikhail Graifer, born in 1932 in Glusk, Belarus, testifies about his personal experiences during the murder operation. After being shot in the neck, the 11- year- old Graife, managed to climb out of the pit and ran away.
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What is Ahead for Financial Markets? Perspectives from Jeremy Siegel and Jacob Wallenberg
After a terrible August, when the U.S. stock market appeared to be headed for the pits, October 1 saw a massive rally that sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average soaring above 14,000. The following day, however, stocks began to fall again, mainly due to a sharp drop in home sales. In short, Wall Street still seems to be sending out mixed signals. What will be the long-term effects of the Fed's decision to cut interest rates? Will the U.S. economy move past the sub-prime mortgage mess? How will th
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Hazlitt at 80: Rothbard's Tribute

[The Libertarian Forum, December 1974.]

It is indeed a pleasure to have the opportunity to honor Henry Hazlitt on his 80th birthday (November 28). One of the most distinguished and productive economists, writers, and intellectuals in this country, Hazlitt at 80 looks and acts a full 20 years younger. A remarkable combination of a brill
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American Civil War 2
Gives detail of the American Civil War 1861-1865. A fictional seven minute video with little factual information. Part one on page, also.
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The Google Nexus One

James Clay gives his first impressions of the Google Nexus One.
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Natalie Sanderson (student) welcomes students to the new Sheffield City College building
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Smart Response Senteo Voting System - How to Guide

This vodcast produced by Andrew Bailey and Ben Campbell has been created to help staff create their own Smart Response or "Senteo" quizzes. The content was inspired by a recent ITQm training day, delivered by Tony Jewson, held at Moulton College.
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Networking is vital for successful managers
INSEAD Professor of Organisational Behaviour Herminia Ibarra says managers who neglect to build their networks risk failing or remaining stuck in middle management. "What you know is who you know," she says.
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