Colonial Chocolate
Journeyman cook Jim Gay explains that Americans' love of chocolate dates back to the beginning.
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Reading Ravenscroft
Archaeologists turn their trowels on Ravenscroft for its third summer of excavation. Meredith Poole shares an update.
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Horses in Williamsburg
Horses lend their speed and strength to the American colonies. Head coachman Joyce Henry shares the horse's role in early Virginia.
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Top Mexican drug lord gunned down
Mexican security forces killed a leader of the powerful La Familia drug cartel, a top government official said. Pavithra George reports.
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Cardinal Newman Today: Issues of Culture and Faith
Georgetown welcomes Rev. Michael Paul Gallagher, S.J. to commemorate the beatification of Cardinal Newman with his lecture on Newman's life and legacy.
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The Spanish-American War
An eight minute video that tells the history of the war with the emphasis on the cause of the war, Yellow Journalism, and how propaganda essentially started the war.

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19th Century Spanish History
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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
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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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Cuckoo Stone N130028

STONEHENGE AREA, Wiltshire. Cuckoo Stone. 500m West of Woodhenge, Durrington. Sarsen boulder.
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VUCast Extra: Blackberries, electricity and high school students
How do you get students excited about science? Try mixing blackberries and a lesson in nanotechnology with some eager Tennessee high school students in a Vanderbilt lab. Watch the results on VUCast Extra now.
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