World War II: Italian Campaign - part 1/5
1943 - 1944 Focuses on the difficult Italian Campaign beginning with Operation Torch in North Africa, the invasion of Sicily; Salerno, Anzio, Cassino; and the capture of Rome. Interviewees include General Mark Wayne Clark, Field Marshal Lord Harding, Bill Mauldin, and Wynford Vaughan Thomas.
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Fish Banks
Fish Bank is a computer-based game designed to teach college students about the problems of over-fishing. The web page has both Windows and Macintosh versions available for download as well as instructional materials to support teaching with the game.
Author(s): William Prothero

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A Summary of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
This video is a quick and easy synopsis, analysis, and discussion of major characters and themes in the play Julius Caesar.  The video includes detailed cartoon animation along with a male narrator.  (09:02)
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Cold War: Polish Solidarity - part 1/5
1977 - 1981 Concern for human rights in the East grows; détente ebbs. The Soviets arm Eastern Europe; the U.S. threatens to site missiles in Western Europe. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan ends détente. Promising tougher measures against Moscow; Reagan defeats Carter for the presidency. In Poland, martial law is imposed.
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Cold War: Polish Solidarity - part 2/5
1977 - 1981 Concern for human rights in the East grows; détente ebbs. The Soviets arm Eastern Europe; the U.S. threatens to site missiles in Western Europe. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan ends détente. Promising tougher measures against Moscow; Reagan defeats Carter for the presidency. In Poland, martial law is imposed.
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Katharine Hepburn ;Little WomenLive Radio Performance Part 5
Katharine Hepburn and others perform Little Women for Theatre Guild.  It was an on the Air radio broadcast from December 23rd 1945.
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Channel 9 Live at PDC10

The Channel 9 team will be broadcasting live, unscripted and 100% interactive from the Microsoft Redmond Campus for PDC10.

Join us immediately following the keynote on Thursday, October 28th (at approx. 11AM Pacific Standard Time) and again on Friday (from 9:00AM PST) for two full days of interviews, panels, demos and discussions where YOU get to ask the questions.

We have an amazing lineup of speakers and presenters across the two days
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The Full Stack, Part 1 - Building the Admin Site with ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet and EF Code First

Jesse Liberty and Jon Galloway are kicking off a new screencast series called The Full Stack. They're pair-programming, building out a full application from a server back-end down to Windows Phone, web, Silverlight, and wherever else the app-building process leads them. Join them for the ride!

In this inaugural episode, they dig right in with a server back-end using NuGet, ASP.NET MVC 3, Razor views, and Entity Framework Code-First.

 

Author(s): Jon Galloway, Jesse Liberty

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Inside Windows Phone #08: Taking a look inside Windows Phone Programming Model Architecture

In this episode of the Inside Windows Phone show, join Abolade Gbadeges, a partner developer for Windows Phone, and Yochay Kiriaty, a Senior Technical Evangelist, as they talk and address which applications are installed on the phone, as well as chatting a little bit about security and, of course, application tombstoning. 

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· Read the Author(s): Jaime Rodriguez, Yochay Kiriaty

The Xerox Alto: A Personal Retrospective
[Recorded: June 4, 2001] Founded in 1970, the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) created, over a relatively short period, a paradigm shift in computing. Many of the technologies in modern personal computers, including high-quality graphical user interfaces featuring windows and icons, computer generated bitmapped graphics, Ethernet networked distributed computing, and laser printing, were mature technologies at PARC by the end of the 1970s. The platform on which many of these technologies w
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Boom Britain - Documenting the Nation's Life on Film
A landmark project that will transform our understanding of British documentary cinema post-1945 encompassing a season at BFI Southbank, a 4-disc DVD boxset, a new book, a Mediatheque collection and a touring programme of extraordinary films. Find out more at http://www.bfi.org.uk/boombritain.html
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The 54th BFI London Film Festival Vodcast Day 14
On Day 14 of the Festival, Lisa Cholodenko, director of The Kids Are Alright, gave a Masterclass at BFI Southbank, supported by Variety. In the West End, the festival held the Film On The Square UK premiere of Biutiful, directed by Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu - at which both he and star Javier Bardem were in attendance. Also on the red carpet the creators of Howl, featuring James Franco as Allen Ginsberg, were on hand to discuss their work. Finally Day 14 featured the Windows 7 Gala UK premiere
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Pomona College class of 1905 women on steps of Pearsons Hall
Junior women of the class of 1905 pose for a photograph on the steps of Pearsons Hall wearing felt hats with bows. Essae Culver is on the top step, second from left and June Miller is sitting directly in front of her. Ruth Richmond is second row, far right (holding a handkerchief in her hands).
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We're All In at PDC10

Here at PDC10, it's all about the Cloud and Windows Azure. And with last week's announcements about Office 365, you can see that Office and SharePoint are serious about the cloud as well. In this episode, we talk with Steve Fox and Chris Mayo who have been doing a lot of work leveraging Azure services and data in SharePoint solutions and building solutions on SharePoint Online. Watch as Steve talks about how to get started with developing solutions using Windows Azure and Chris discusses Shar
Author(s): Donovan Follette, Paul Stubbs

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Quest Software's Azure Services

In this interview, Dmitry Sotnikov (Director of Cloud Solutions) and Einar Mykletun (Security and Compliance Architect) from Quest Software discuss building Quest’s new OnDemand product line – cloud-based IT management services to help IT professionals manage their on-premise Active Directory and server infrastructure. We talk about what it took to build the services on top of the Windows Azure platform, focusing specifically on security.

Quest is an early adopter of the Windows Azu
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Karandeep Anand: Windows Azure AppFabric Caching

Curious about the new Caching service running in the Windows Azure Platform? Join Wade Wegner as he talks with Karandeep Anand, Principal Group Program Manager on the Application Platform Services team, about the new service and the different ways you can leverage it within your own applications.

The Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service accelerates application performance by providing
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The Killer App: A Channel 9 Halloween Special

Windows Phone 7 is almost here and developers are working hard to get the #1 app in the marketplace. Journalists and reporters are scouring the internet to find the next big thing- the Windows Phone 7 Killer App. But that phrase takes on a whole new meaning around Halloween...be careful what you download! Happy Halloween!

Author(s): Laura Foy

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D-Day to Berlin - The Battle for France (Part 4 of 6)
History Channel Video. 1944, Europe's future hung in the balance. Our 3-part series follows the story of Allied forces--from Normandy to the assault on Germany--and the victories that led to WWII's end in 1945. We begin on the day after D-Day, unfolding over the summer of 1944 as the initial narrow sliver of French coastline gained by the Allies is slowly extended. By the end of August, Allied victory seemed assured. Rommel had been wounded, Hitler was directing the battle, and the German army w
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Hidden Williamsburg
The backyards of Williamsburg's finest homes tell the story of a separate society. Author Mike Olmert reads the architecture of outbuildings.
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Stalin & the Economic Transformation of the USSR
In this podcast Dr. Harris explains why all Bolsheviks agreed on the need to overcome economic backwardness. He explores why Soviet industrialisation took the form it did in the late 1920s, and then...

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