EZ politicians must stop playing blame game: Campbell
Oct. 9 - Euro zone politicians need to face up to the bloc's crisis and fix it says Alastair Campbell, communications director to former UK prime minister Tony Blair.
Trading at Noon: Wal-Mart stock up on pre-holiday cheer
Oct 10 - Wal-Mart executives talk about the chain's preparations to entice shoppers before the start of the holiday season.
IMF's Lagarde calls for action
Oct. 11 - IMF managing director Christine Lagarde urged "courageous and cooperative" action from its members to quell economic uncertainty ahead of their twice-yearly meetings in Tokyo. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Lesson 03 - One Minute Luxembourgish
In lesson 03 of One Minute Luxembourgish you will learn to say that you can speak a little Luxembourgish. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Languages at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Luxembourgish is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s):
Count by 2's Song--I Know You Can Count by 2's!!
This cute video teaches elementary students to count by 2's. It introduces the tens and ones place also. We can count our eyes, elblows, ears, etc. by 2's. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review skip counting to students. (3:36)
Growing Germs in a Petri Dish
This activity provides a hands-on demonstration of how disease is caused by other organisms and spread through contact with hard surfaces. Students will swab several hard surfaces in the classroom/school and touch them to a Petri dish. Petri dishes are left for 3 days to allow anything that was on the hard surfaces to grow.
Find Out How to Build A Song in Garage Band
This video explains and shows the How to steps on how to build a song using the Garage Band software.(2:51)
Occupy's Predicament: The Moment and the Prospects for Movement [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Todd Gitlin, Professor Craig Calhoun | Erupting in September 2011, Occupy Wall Street was jump-started by a radical core who devised a form of action, occupation, that combined face-to-face with electronic elements. In an election year, the ingenuity of the original core has been overshadowed by the momentum, the stakes, and not least the money of the presidential campaign. Whether an Occupy movement takes shape and endures, focused on transformation of a political system
Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: Success Stories with Duke Entrepreneurs
Want to meet five successful Duke entrepreneurs? Join us for this free event on October 11th. Featuring: - Jed Carlson '05 (ReverbNation) - Sue Harnett '90 (Replay Photos) - Sean Lilly Wilson '00 (Fullsteam Brewery) - Jay Mebane '90 '99 (SnapTotes and Thundershirts) - Michael Noel '11 (Acorn Innovestments) Part of the Duke I&E Speaker Series Co-hosted by Duke I&E and DukeGEN Panel starts at 5:30 ET Networking follows at 6:30, with the panelists, at the Thomas Center
2012 State of the Academy - McMaster University
Tuesday, October 9th, 2:30 p.m. Convocation Hall.
Astrophysics Colloquium - Walter Lewin
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The History of The American Empire
The term empire might not technically be an accurate way of describing the United States of America. Because the goal of U.S. foreign policy is to protect the country’s own interests and territory, it is by definition not an empire. However, the United States’ influence of the rest of the world is still undeniable. Throughout the twentieth century, the country dominated the music, film and financial worlds, while also making headway in both the science and technology milieus. In this
The California Gold Rush
In the mid-nineteenth century, California underwent a boon due to the Gold Rush. People from all corners of the country flooded the state in search of the Mother Lode in California Gold Country. It is at this point that San Francisco became the important city it is now. Even today, certain cities in California offer mining tours and allow visitors to travel through mining country. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns what it truly means to be California dreamin’. (0:52)
Leonardo Da Vinci Exposed: The Revelation
Leonardo Da Vinci is one of history’s most talented painters. In his works of art, he often implemented a technique called sfumato, which is a layering of paint to create the illusion of depth. The most well-known example of this technique is his Mona Lisa. But were these layers of paint hiding something else? The true identity of the woman known as Mona Lisa has been a mystery and a cause for debate for hundreds of years. Author Jacques Abenaim claims to have answered both these questions
Presidential Debate 2012 (Complete) Romney vs.Obama - 10/3/2012 - Elections 2012
First presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in the run up to the general election in November. (01:29:42)
Cómo dibujar un pez - en español
Este vídeo explica cómo dibujar un pez. (.52)
Polymeric Nanofiber Scaffold
In this video, Ching Theng Koh shows the microstructure of a fibrous polymer scaffold, produced by an electrospining technique. Polymeric electrospun scaffolds have been considered as replacement of various tissues due to their microstructures, which mimic the fibrous networks in natural tissues such as cartilage and blood vessels. This video shows one of the images we used to study how nanofiber scaffold deforms at micrometer scale under mechanical loading. Such study provides guidelines to r
Concept Maps Tools
Concept maps are graphical tools for organizing and representing knowledge. They include concepts, usually enclosed in circles or boxes of some type, and relationships between concepts indicated by a connecting line linking two concepts
Making Sense of Spelling
What can spelling tell us about relationships between words? While spelling may sometimes seem random or unexpected, this lesson illuminates how peeling back the layers of spelling helps us understand the complex history and meaningful structure of words. (04:18)
Schoolhouse Rock Verbs
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