Bob Ross - Evening's Glow (Season 30 Episode 12)
Enjoy the golden radiance of a setting sun with Bob Ross as night hastens over a softly blended knoll – you’ll be home at last, just down the trail’s end. (24:53)
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INN Placement Website
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
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BIM and Integrated Practice as Provocateurs of Design Education
Building Information Modeling (BIM) obfuscates the role of composition, scale and abstraction by displacing the primacy of abstract conventions of representation with a methodology based on simulation. BIM subverts, while simultaneously clarifying, the holistic relationships of the parts to the whole in the architectural design of form and space. Architectural design education has great opportunity and risk in how it comes to terms with re-conceptualizing design education pedagogy as the profess
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2.4.2 Magnesium (Mg)

Magnesium is also present in bone in the body and in the soft tissues, although in much lower quantities than calcium. It is important in the activity of more than 300 enzyme systems, in particular those using ATP. It is involved in the synthesis of proteins and in many other reactions in the body. In plants, magnesium is part of the chlorophyll molecule, so it is present in green vegetables and is found widely elsewhere in the diet, so intake is normally adequate. In some areas, there are lo
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Why Mega-Projects Seem to Fail
Mega-projects come with big expectations. But a project’s success is often in the eye of the beholder. Can managers avoid the conflict – and cost – when competing stakeholders seek to influence large scale development?
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Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership
The United Kingdom Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) aims to coordinate research, evidence and policy advice on the impact of climate change on the marine environment. Its website lists partner organisations, scientists and government agencies, provides news, monitoring reports and climate projections. An ecosystems linkages page gives a basic outline of the links between climate change and impacts on the oceans.
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Augmented Urban Experiences: Technologically Enhanced Design Research Methods for Revealing Hidden Q
The built environment is a complex juxtaposition of static matter and dynamic flows, tangible objects and human experiences, physical realities and digital spaces. This paper offers an alternative understanding of those dichotomies by applying experimental design research strategies that combine objective quantification and subjective perception of urban contexts. The assumption is that layers of measurable datasets can be afforded with personal feedback to reveal "hidden" characteristics of cit
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The ARCH: A Home Away From Home
Penn Celebrates 'Reinvigorated' ARCH, A New Hub For Student Life On Thursday, Feb. 6, the Penn community gathered to celebrate the re-opening of the ARCH, Penn's Arts, Research, and Culture House. The open house marked the completion of a $24.5 million renovation transforming the historic late-Gothic Revival building at 3600 Locust Walk into what President Amy Gutmann called a "welcoming and central hub for all students to meet and share ideas" and a "beacon of undergraduate cultural and res
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They Were Mayans Music Video
A musical history of the Mayan Civilization. In the Video it tells the history or the Mayan people some of the achievements and how the race was scatter through out the americas and how the race died out. Lyrics are included on the screen.Run time 05:45.
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New Inman Admissions Welcome Center topped with cupola
The facility soon to be known as “the front door to Elon University” was topped with a new cupola Nov. 19-21 as construction continues on the Inman Admissions Welcome Center. Crews placed the 35-foot-tall cupola custom made by Wilson Composites on the building over the course of three days. It consists of a 3,000-pound base, a 2,700-pound midsection and a dome that weighs less than 500 pounds. It will be capped with a lightning rod. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1yA1xwv.
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Dominate Your Piano Scales in 10 Minutes a Day
In this free piano webinar, we’re going to go over how to learn piano scales for beginners (though you can use these same tactics even if you’re intermediate or advanced). More importantly, we’re going to learn a Systematic Training Plan to develop smooth, fast scales with 10 minutes a day of practice. (55:28)
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"Indigenous Rights: The Case of Chiapas" (video)
human rights in mexico posterA talk by Jorge Fernandez-Souza, Magistrate Judge, Professor of Law and former Dean of Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, former Delegado of Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo, and lawyer for Bishop Samuel Ruiz in the Chiapas negotiations (1994 – 1997). From the Human Rights in Mexico Series. Sponsored by the Katz Center for Mexican Studies, Cent
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“Celling India: The Mobile Phone's Contribution to Capitalism, Democracy and Unsettling Society”
South Asia mapA talk by Robin Jeffrey, Director, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. From the South Asia Seminar.
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"Till Class Do Us Part: Youth and the Politics of Waiting in India"
south asiaA talk by Craig Jeffrey from the Department of Geography at the University of Washington. From the South Asia Seminar.
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"The Oil and Glory"
levine event posterA talk by journalist and author Steven LeVine. Pipeline politics became a modern day version of the 19th Century's Great Game, in which Britain and Russia had employed cunning and bluff to gain supremacy over the lands of the Caucasus and Central Asia. “The Oil and Glory” is the story of how, at the dawn of the 21st century, the game was played once more across the harsh e
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"A Folding Chair, an Easy-Chair or a Director's Chair for Indian Philosophy? An Examination of the V
A talk by Ashok Aklujkar, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia. From the South Asia Seminar.
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John Comaroff's Introduction of Zackie Achmat
achmat posterJohn Comaroff is Harold H. Swift Distinguished Service Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. From the World Beyond the Headlines Series and Human Rights Distinguished Lecturer Series.


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"Media and the Making of the Modern State"
don wyclifrLecture by Don Wycliff, Chicago Tribune Public Editor; from the 2005 University of Chicago Summer Institute for Educators.







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