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Philip Howard, "The Rule of Nobody"
The secret to good government is a question no one in Washington is asking: "What's the right thing to do?" What's wrong in Washington is deeper than you think. Yes, there's gridlock, polarization, and self-dealing. But hidden underneath is something bigger and more destructive. It's a broken governing system. From that comes wasteful government, rising debt, failing schools, expensive health care, and economic hardship. Rules have replaced leadership in America. Bureaucracy, regulation, and
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Money talks: Money in the movies
Finding the bad guy in Hollywood films is easy: he either has a British accent or he works in finance. Philip Coggan and Oliver Morton analyse cinema’s famous financiers
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Finding Patterns
In this interactive game, students must identify patterns in pictures.  Students become pattern detectives and find the patterns.  The lesson is available in text only or text with audio for non-readers.   
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Sharkey's Day: A Performance Art Piece
Laurie Anderson, perhaps one of the most well known performance artists presents "Sharkey's Day" from her performance piece "Home of the Brave" Using music, unusual instruments, large than life background video, performance, technology, spoken word, this piece is a great example of Anderson's work.
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Money talks: Italian banks are the new Brexit
Saddled with too many bad debts, Italy's banks have the potential to drag Europe into yet another crisis. The country's prime minister, Matteo Renzi, may defy EU rules and bail them out. Also on the show: Stanley Pignal, our Mumbai-based correspondent, discusses the case of the missing account books at the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines. And is cash worth the hassle? Edward McBride hosts.
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Donald Duck in MathMagic Land (Part 3 of 3) | Walt Disney Pictures
The first part of this animated video shows how math aids in making pool shots, then the video focuses on other ways math is used in our world. (09:12)
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Bittersweet Music for a Beloved
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Managing Creativity and Creative Management
As the Creative Industries become a more important part of the global economy does the stereotype of the creative genius still persist? Do we need to rethink our ideas on creativity and understand how it works more clearly? Dr Chris Bilton, Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, argues that organisations need to start thinking about creativity as a process and begin adapting traditional business strategies to develop a creative approach to management. Length: 25 minutes
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Artists Famous Quotes
This is an artistically creative video showcasing different kinds of art along with quotes by well known artists. Small cameos of the artist's work are shown with their quotes. (2:30)
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Spanish: Descriptive Adjectives
Here's a list of useful Spanish descriptive adjectives!  Video gives basic descriptive adjectives.
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Miss University 2012 Kayla Snow Reflects on Reign
As Kayla Snow passed the crown to the 2013 Miss University, she reflected on her year representing Ole Miss. Video by Mary Stanton.
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Painting Concepts 103: Color
Artist Buck Paulson discusses color in a painting and many techniques you can use with color to bring your painting to life. Funding for online video streaming is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. (09:45)

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Lower Intermediate Lesson #14 - Quality Control - 1
Learn Spanish with Spanishpod101.com! Here we go again! Now, you know when we have a term like “The pluperfect preterit” it has to be Kathy and Ana. I mean, who else would bring that to our audience? But, it apparently does exist and who better to explain it than our resident lower intermediate masters? Learn [...]
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Causes of World War I
This two-minute video shows how the First World War started. By 1914, military tensions and a series of alliances have Europe on the edge of war. In August, the fuse is lit by an assassination in Sarajevo. By the war's end, more than 100 countries would be involved in the conflict. This is a good video that provides an overview of this war. Best used with map of Europe. (02:17)
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Vilayanur Ramachandran: A journey to the center of your mind

"Vilayanur Ramachandran explores how brain damage can reveal the connection between the internal structures of the brain and the corresponding functions of the mind."

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Innovative Developments In Astronomy
A team of rocket scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Space Astronomy Laboratory talk about innovative developments such as the Star Tracker 5000, which offers important applications for the national space program. The device accurately orients spacecraft by tracking star fields with a high level of precision. The researchers also explain how they gather information with an ultraviolet telescope launched by rocket, providing insight into the levels of invisible light in the univer
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5.8 Vibrating air column: standing waves in a cylindrical tube open at both ends

The frequencies at which standing waves can be set up in an air column enclosed by a cylindrical tube that is open at both ends can be determined quite easily. Because both ends are open to the atmosphere, the pressure at these positions always remains at atmospheric pressure. In other words, there is no fluctuation in the pressure at the open ends so they must be pressure nodes (think ‘no-deviation’ in pressure). So, as we saw with the string fixed at both ends, the length L of th
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Ros Tennyson An example of a partnership
Ros Tennyson, a Research Fellow and collaborator with the Centre, shares her vast experience of what partnership brokers do and why - in today's globalised, complex and interlinked societies - cross-sector partnerships are so important.
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Arkansas State Flag and Arkansas State Song
Five Star Flags brings you the flag of Arkansas seen waving against a blue sky. The flag has a diamond on a red field represents the only place in North America where diamonds have been discovered and mined. The twenty-five white stars around the diamond mean that Arkansas was the twenty-fifth state to join the Union. The top of four stars in the center represents that Arkansas was a member of the Confederate States during the Civil War. The other
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Coral Kid
Although they occupy less than one quarter of one percent of Earth's marine environments, coral reefs are home to more than 25 percent of all known marine fish species. These habitats have been called the "rainforests of the sea," both because they support an abundance of species, and because they are predominantly located in impoverished regions of the globe with high human population growth rates. Reefs are also particularly vulnerable to exploitation, as are most rainforests. In this video se
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