State Owners: Inefficient or Value–Adding?
In the wake of the global financial crisis government stakeholders have shown they are more than capable of running profitable businesses. The key to success is strong governance.
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Mike Robbins, "Nothing Changes Until You Do" Authors@Google
Description: Mike's talk and book explores the delicate and complicated relationship we have with ourselves. Unfortunately, many of us struggle to make peace with ourselves and to be kind, compassionate, and loving towards ourselves, which can lead to a number of challenges in our lives, our work, and our relationships. Nothing Changes Until You Do is a guide-book, written in short essay format, which consists of 40 inspiring and thought-provoking chapters, designed to help you: What You'll Lea
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Les phytohermes des lacs de Band-e-Amir (Vidéo)

Après les récifs actuels et les mangroves carbonatées, ce film traite de la sédimentation carbonatée continentale dans le site exceptionnel des lacs de Band-e-Amir, en Afghanistan. Le contexte géologique, avec la proximité des chaînes de l’Indou Kouch et de l’Himalaya, très fortement sismiques, explique aussi la rapidité de la destruction de ces édifices carbonatés continentaux ...
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Virtual Maths, Cuboid - Excavation Video
Video of excavation in progress, (for use with excavation quizzes 1 and 2) or your own purposes
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22-year old DC activist takes on Verizon
Jan. 5 - Twenty-two-year-old Molly Katchpole, who lives in a tiny Washington, DC apartment, is being credited with helping to kill Verizon's plan to impose a $2 "convenience" fee on customers with an online petition. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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The UK and Europe: an insider's view [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Jonathan Faull | Jonathan Faull (@FaullJonathan) has worked in senior positions across the European Commission for most of the period of the UK’s membership. His wide experience on the ‘inside’ gives him a privileged view on Britain’s performance in the European Union: its interests and strategy. This will be relevant to the follow-up after the referendum, whether Britain votes to stay or leave. Jonathan Faull is Professor of Law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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How to Protect the Environment
This video clip gives a brief overview of our consumption habits and how they affect the environment. This is followed by tips on how we can lower the impact. (01:15)
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Website met filmpjes over holebi zijn. In 21 vlogs komen vragen aan bod als "Kan je dat kiezen, holebi zijn?", "Hoe tonen holebi's dat ze elkaar graag zien?", "Wie is dan de man of de vrouw in de relatie?", en "Kan je gelovig én holebi zijn?".


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Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Calc Height of Building, Angle Tool
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the height of a building
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Peter Agre and the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute
Perhaps half of all people who have ever lived have died from malaria -- this is a staggering quote from Peter Agre, MD, Med '74, a Nobel laureate and the director of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute. In this short video, learn how this Bloomberg School of Public Health institute began with support from the Hon. Michael R. Bloomberg, Engr '64, and hear about the institute's study of the biology of malaria: from the Plasmodium parasite to the mosquito to the transmission of the diseas
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Mr Teakin's Little Confectionery Shop
Jessica Sommerville draws on history for this well-crafted animation of a sweet shop with a dark secret. One of the final year works from UNSW Australia's College of Fine Arts. COFA is one of the country's premier art, design and media schools. To find out more about studying at COFA: http:// www.cofa.unsw.edu.au In 2014 our You Tube channel will be running a dedicated animation program. To subscribe click here: http://www.youtube.com/unsw
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Learn the color yellow in this basic colors video for kids. Play a fun interactive color game. This fun and educational video for preschoolers will teach children how to spell the word yellow and show pictures of yellow things. (03:29)
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XAML Authoring Improvements in Visual Studio 2013 | Visual Studio Toolbox

In this episode, Robert is joined by Harikrishna Kumar, who show us improvements to authoring XAML in Visual Studio 2013. Hari shows us the Hub App template for Windows Store apps, Go to Definition, IntelliSense for data binding and resources, statement completion, IntelliSense matching and more. He also shows us some new features for working with XAML in Blend.

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Edmodo, de Facebook van het onderwijs
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Wat? Edmodo is een online community, speciaal ontwikkeld voor het onderwijs. 

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Tour the CIA San Antonio, a state-of-the-art campus in the heart of San Antonio—a vibrant food mecca. Catch a glimpse of what students are learning and explore the indoor/outdoor Latin cuisine kitchens.
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The Authors Corner - Short Stories from the Stock Market (Extended Interview)
Professor Amit Kumar teaches at Rutgers Business School. His new book 'Short Stories from the Stock Market' uses case studies to illustrate the short selling framework in practice. It draws upon examples from past research by Artham Capital Partners as well as research contributed by Off Wall Street, a short-focused independent research firm, based in Cambridge, MA, with a strong track record that spans two decades. The book illustrates how successful short investment theses are not based on the
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"Water Resources in the Middle East, part 1"
wbh logoA talk by Leila Harris, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Wisconsin. Co-sponsored by the Center fro Middle Eastern Studies and the Environmental Studies Program. From the World Beyond the Headlines Series.
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3.4.3 Summary of Section 6

  1. For the first week after fertilization, the conceptus (early embryo) foats freely in the female reproductive tract, obtaining some of its nutrients from the fuid in which it is bathed.

  2. The fertilized egg begins a series of divisions to give 2, then 4, then 8 undifferentiated cells. There is no net cell growth, so each generation of cells is smaller than the last.

  3. The 8- to 16-cell division is different, and important. Each
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