U.S. Morning Call: Markets brace for election, fiscal cliff
Nov 5 - Stock futures pointed slightly higher as European stocks fell ahead of the U.S. presidential election and Congress at a standstill on averting the fiscal cliff.
La natación - cómo nadar a crol
Crol es el estilo más rápido de natación y también el más popular. Requiere mucha coordinación, pero puedes hacerlo en forma más fácil si sigues estos consejos. (1:04)
Revised General Education Application & Review Process
Open forum session on the online application process for courses to be considered in the revised general education structure approved by Faculty Senate on October 2, 2012. This session also includes the review process for course proposals by the Committee on General Education and Intercollegiate Programs (CGEIP). The open forum session is lead by Dr. Josh Smith, Chair of CGEIP.
Number Sense - Ratios and Rates
This is a video lesson explaining ratios, rates and unit rates, with problems to test what you've learned. The video contains several example problems that are worked through. This would be good to use at an independent computer station during math rotations. There is also a link for printed out problems. (10:35)
Breakingviews: Americans head to the polls
Nov 6 - Rob Cox, Edward Hadas and Richard Beales discuss the likelihood of a clear winner emerging from the U.S. presidential election and his priorities from the get-go.
Promo - One Minute Luxembourgish
Moien - hello! My name is Julie and I'd like to welcome you to One Minute Luxembourgish from the Radio Lingua Network. In this podcast I'm going to be teaching you the basics of Luxembourgish. The great thing about this language course is that you'll be learning all you need to know in just 60 seconds - or thereabouts! Each one-minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Luxembourgish to help you get by in lots of situations, either on holiday, or on a business trip to Luxembourg. One
After the Vote: No fiscal cliff resolution "any time soon"
Nov 7 - Moody's John Lonski doesn't expect a quick resolution to the fiscal cliff in the U.S. and feels markets are likely to move sideways through year-end.
BELLINI: St Francis in the Desert - ArtSleuth - S01 E07
Who is the picture's real hero? Saint or nature? More on http://www.artsleuth.net
Authors@Google: In Conversation with Jose Garces
"Chef Jose Garces in conversation with Google Chef, Jeffrey Freburg. They'll discuss his latest book, The Latin Road Home, and Jose' culinary background. ""Spanning cultures and continents, The Latin Road Home is a look back at the many food traditions that have shaped Garces' culinary life. Beginning in Ecuador, ancestral home to his family and the foods nearest to his heart, Garces celebrates the traditional recipes of his childhood. The book makes its way through Spain, Cuba, Mexico, and P
Talks@Google: Jane Chen
Jane Chen, co-founder of Embrace, will be speaking about design thinking in creating a life-saving product for emerging markets. As an MBA student at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Chen enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability course, which teaches students how to look for practical solutions to the problems of the global poor. Her team decided to make an inexpensive incubator. Four years and many design changes later, in April 2011 Chen and three other Stanford
Authors@Google Presents: Gregory Benford and Larry Niven
Larry Niven & Gregory Benford, two of the most respected authors of hard science fiction, talk about their new book "Bowl of Heaven" and the concept of stories about "big dumb objects" as a sub-genre. They review prior stories (including Ringworld by Niven) and then talk about the physics of the "big smart object" that is the Bowl of Heaven -- a half dyson-sphere steering a star on an interstellar voyage.
Find out what ROTC recruits are doing in the early hours of the morning. Watch the full episode online at uwtv.org/uw360.
Marine vet and daughter attend SMU together
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Kromis attends SMU with his daughter, Amie, who is majoring in communications and religious studies.
Leeds Metropolitan Living - Opal
All about living in Halls at Leeds Metropolitan University. Featuring Opal 1 & 2 For more information please visit http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/accommodation Music by http://www.incompetech.com
jessie aguglia Robot gets from A to B by asking the way Secularism, Religion and Sexuality: A Postcolonial Genealogy [Audio] Neil deGrasse Tyson on Finding Krypton Europe Day Ahead: New euro zone recession looms Preschool Songs: Episode 9: Down By The Little Lake
Nov. 12 - German scientists have taught a humanoid robot to find its way by asking for directions from people in the street. Fitted with Fitted with an array of cameras and sensors, the automaton represents a significant step in the development of robots that can intergrate with society. Jim Drury has the story.
Speaker(s): Saba Mahmood | The relegation of religion and sexual reproduction to the private sphere is widely regarded as a key feature of modern secular societies. While postcolonial states of South Asia and the Middle East are heir to this arrangement, they are also distinct in that they retain religious laws for the regulation of family affairs. As a result, both minority and majority religious communities of these postcolonial polities continue to exert a fair degree of judicial autonomy ove
During a roundtable discussion with journalists, Hayden Planetarium Director Neil deGrasse Tyson explains how he helped Superman find his home planet of Krypton. Tyson appears as a character in the recent DC Comics' ACTION COMICS #14, "Star Light, Star Bright." In real life, he consulted a star index and found a real star that supported the backstory of the comic. The red dwarf star designated for having the ability to support a Krypton-like planet is located in the constellation Corvus 27.1 l
Nov. 14 - Euro zone GDP numbers out tomorrow could see the bloc officially return to recession.
My good friend Sean drops by again to help me celebrate the Midland Books For Brunch @ Little Lake Park, in Midland, Ontario. A very fun day! Songs performed in this episode include the "Duct Tape Song" and "Down by the Bay" (7:02)
Robot gets from A to B by asking the way
Secularism, Religion and Sexuality: A Postcolonial Genealogy [Audio]
Neil deGrasse Tyson on Finding Krypton
Europe Day Ahead: New euro zone recession looms
Preschool Songs: Episode 9: Down By The Little Lake