Breakingviews: Welcome to the age of volatility
Aug. 18 - The fear of a Lehman sequel in the euro zone has whipsawed stocks, bonds and just about every other market. While policymakers and fundamentals offer no conviction, global volatility is here to stay.
Lockheed Martin presents airship of the future
Aug. 18 - Inflatable aircrafts have been around since the Gondolfier brothers developed the first untethered hot-air balloon in 1782, but 200 years later, they are making a high-tech resurgence for both civilian and military use. U.S. aerospace company Lockheed Martin's version is called the P-791 airship, which it hopes is about to take off. Rob Muir reports.
Health@Google: Dan Goldie
#1 New York Times bestselling author and financial advisor, Dan Goldie, will inspire you to change the way you save and invest through compelling evidence and insightful analysis of today's challenging financial landscape. Learn the amazing story behind The Investment Answer and the lessons it teaches all investors that Wall Street doesn't want you to know. Bio: Dan Goldie is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, former professional tennis player, and current President of Dan Goldie Fin
This illustrated guide is designed to help students understand and learn the difference between simple and complete metamorphosis. The Web page, which can be easily printed for use at field sites, illustrates: complete metamorphosis for lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) simple metamorphosis for thysanura (silverfish) simple metamorphosis for heteroptera (true bugs). In addition, the guide discusses the following additional terms: nymph larva pupa egg.
Gratis pictogrammen voor vakken en dagen van de week Uitgeverij Van In introduceerde eind schooljaar 2010-2011 een nieuwe agenda voor de lagere school. Alle pictogrammen die hierin gebruikt worden kan iedereen …
Uitgeverij Van In introduceerde eind schooljaar 2010-2011 een nieuwe agenda voor de lagere school. Alle pictogrammen die hierin gebruikt worden kan iedereen …
Free Online Psychology Videos, Interactive Media, Textbooks, and More
A list of FREE online videos, video clips, interactive media, and supplemental resources related to the field of psychology. These can be used for online classes, hybrids, in class, or for […]
Pope Benedict visits Madrid
Aug. 18 - Thousands line the streets of Madrid as Pope Benedict visits the historic city against a backdrop of protests over the cost of the Pontiff's trip in the financially-challenged country. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
Prefixes, roots, and suffixes are defined in this student-created video. The examples mis, hydra, and tion are explained. ( 3:22)
Ex-Treasury official calls for Fannie, Freddie reform
Aug. 18 - Former Treasury official Phillip Swagel says Washington will have a hand in administering Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but regardless of the government's future roll, it needs to be explicit.
U.S. Day Ahead: Biden visits China's leaders of tomorrow
Aug. 18 - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden continues his China trip and is due to meet with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and President Hu Jintao, but Reuters Editor Warren Strobel says Biden's priority is to get to know China's next generation of leaders.
Google Blockbuster Billion Dollar Deal
Reuters Technology Editor, Peter Lauria, breaks down Google's $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola.
Social Chaos Deciphered Through Social Media
Anthony DeRosa, Editor of Social Media at Reuters, looks at the unrest in India through the eyes of those on the ground, who share what they've seen and heard with us via social media.
Broken homes and battle wounds in Libya
Aug. 18 - Civilians survey destroyed homes outside Zawiyah as Gaddafi forces are treated by rebel doctors in Garyan. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
U.S. reportedly scrutinizing S&P mortgage ratings
Aug. 18 - The U.S. Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether S&P improperly rated mortgage securities in the years before the financial crisis. Reuters correspondent Sarah Lynch reports.
Worry if Fed didn't eye Europe's U.S. banks: ex-FDIC chair
Aug. 18 - Former FDIC chair William Isaac says the economic situation in the euro zone is dire, and the Federal Reserve is right to examine branches of European banks operating in the U.S.
HP makes dramatic choices
Aug. 18 - Hewlett-Packard, the world's No. 1 personal computer maker says it may sell or spin-off the PC unit, and is shutting down production of its TouchPad device, and is also buying a software firm for $10 billion. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Spector's appeal request denied, DeVito honored with star
Aug 18 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Phil Spector's request for an appeal is refused, Danny DeVito gets a Walk of Fame star, and Betty White is named Hollywood's most trusted star. Bob Mezan reports.
Stocks crushed by Europe bank angst
Aug. 18 - Wall Street suffered its biggest losses since the credit downgrade earlier this month as growing fears of a European banking crisis and a recession caused a rush to the exit. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Article :: Adobe® Flash® Catalyst™ CS5 - A Smart Choice for Web Designers
Using Flash Catalyst, designers can publish working Flex applications without writing a single line of code. Scott Tapley takes a look at ten features and benefits that make Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 a smart choice for anyone who produces interactive content for the web or desktop.
Deep-sea barreleye fish with a transparent head
This 1:29 long video has excellent images of this fish adaption. The remarkable barreleye fish (Macropinna microstoma) has a
transparent, fluid-filled dome on its head. This enables its
ultra-sensitive barrel-shaped eyes to look directly up or rotate to look
forward. Good starter video for what do you think talks.