The Guardian gets social with Facebook
Sept. 23 - Reuters Technology Correspondent Matt Cowan speaks to the Guardian's Head of Digital Engagement Meg Pickard about the paper's new Facebook app.
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Episode 162: Azure 2.5 SDK with Paul Yuknewicz | Microsoft Azure Cloud Cover Show

In this episode Chris Risner and Mat Velloso are joined by Paul Yuknewicz, Program Manager on the Azure SDK team.  Paul joins us to talk about new Azure tooling features in Visual Studio 2015 as well as new features of the Azure 2.5 SDK.  Features demonstrated include:

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AppFabric.tv - How to Invoke a Child Workflow

In this episode I'll show you our new and improved activities for loading XAML and invoking child workflows.  About 6 months ago we did a first release of these activities and the feedback came back with some changes we needed to make.  Now you can

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  • Invoke loose XAML, Code activities or Compiled activities
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At least two killed in Iraq blast
Sept 29 - At least two people are killed and 36 wounded as a bomb explodes in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. Lily Grimes reports.
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Carlson Executive Education scholarship helps VP get 'exactly what I needed'
Through the Carlson Executive Education scholarship, Netgain Technology VP Franco Cusipag was able to get the education he needed to help his business. Ten more Minnesota businesses or nonprofits have the same opportunity in the 2011 scholarship program. You can read more about the program here: http://carlsonschool.umn.edu/news/09/%208/11/For-VP-Carlson-Executive-Education-Course-Was-'Exactly-What-I-Needed'-.aspx
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Bat Catching Prey In Slow Motion: Science Lab Footage
Aerial attack of Daubentons bat (Myotis daubentonii) on a mealworm slowed down ten times. Just before the bat catches its prey, echolocation calls stop. Credit: Lasse Jakobsen Close up of about 0.2 mm of bat larynx muscle oscillating at 160 Hz. Two dark carbon beads are visible and used for automated tracking of the muscles' movement. The light flashes occur every 0.3 ms and are caused by the light source. This movie is slowed down 700 times. Credit: Coen Elemans Authors are Coen P. H. Elemans
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Woordkaarten voor elk hoofdstuk uit de methode Eventail Junior voor het vijfde leerjaar.


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Bill Nye - Music (Part 1)
Music comes from many different things and many different places. But what is music? And how do we hear it? In this video, Bill Nye explains the science behind music. Some key vocabulary words in this video include: notes, vibration, waves, pitch, rhythm, patterns, eardrum, cochlea, auditory nerve, tuning fork, and air molecules. There are three parts to this video series.  Run time 07:50.

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Cassandra Clare: 2011 National Book Festival
Author Cassandra Clare appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Born in Tehran, Iran, to American parents, Cassandra Clare spent much of her early years traveling the world with her family, including a trek through the Himalayas as a child who spent a month living in her father's backpack. Her unique brand of fantasy fiction has earned her a worldwide audience of adoring fans. The "Mortal Instruments" series is now in its forth installment with "City of Fallen Angels" (Mar
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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Do you find yourself only understanding bits and pieces of Japanese conversations? Do you spend hours trying to figure out what that person said to you in Japanese? Then this Japanese Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners series is for you! In each lesson of this five-part series, you’ll see an image, [...]
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Cancer Patients Artwork Shown Across Texas
Shannan Murray, executive director of the Children's Art Project, discusses trunk shows, which bring products inspired by pediatric cancer patient's artwork to different cities across Texas.
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Randolph Bourne (1886-1918)

"War is the health of the State."

The famous seven words appeared in an unfinished manuscript written by the progressive essayist Randolph Silliman Bourne (1886-1918) during World War I. In a collection of Bourne's essays entitled War
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DigitalVU: my.vanderbilt.edu training
Watch the Oct. 11 my.vanderbilt.edu training with Lacy Tite from University Web Communications and Chris Marshall from ITS. Learn about my.vanderbilt.edu, the university’s new service that enables any faculty member, student or staff member to create their own website, using WordPress, to support their teaching, research, work or study. The event was part of DigitalVU monthkeep reading »
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Sports World: 2011 Rugby World Cup
Oct. 7 - The seventh edition of the Rugby World Cup is being played in New Zealand. Reuters correspondents Julian Linden and Larry Fine are joined by Reuters' Chief Rugby Correspondent Mitch Phillips.
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Lecture 8 | MIT 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2008
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Homi K. Bhabha, the Anne F. Rothenberg Professor of the Humanities and the Director of the Mahindra Humanities Center, discusses his remembrance of September 11. Professor Bhabha's project reflects on the decade since the tragedy through a series of poems installed within Harvard Yard.
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New Russell small-cap ETFs increase investing precision
Oct. 13 - Russell Investments' head of global ETFs Jim Polisson discusses the company's four new small-cap ETFs that allow money managers and investors to invest in narrower slices of the Russell indexes.
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400GG How Reading Tickles Your Neurons
When you read about a character, in some ways your brain acts as though it thinks you ARE the character. It's amazing. Grammar Girl and the Savvy Psychologist explain how. Subscribe to the Savvy Psychologist's show at iTunes. Get the card game Peeve Wars at http://FundAnything.com/peevewars
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