3XSQ: Mitt hits Obama hard in debate; Facebook serves 1 bln
Oct 4 - Republican Mitt Romney found his footing in a strong debate performance against Democratic President Barack Obama; Facebook reaches one billion monthly active users.
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Songs from space reach ears on Earth
Oct. 4 - If you thought it was quiet in space, you were wrong. Instruments aboard NASA's orbiting Radiation Belt Storm Probes have picked up audio from the phenomenon known as "chorus" radio waves within Earth's magnetosphere, and they sound more like bird song than aliens from outer space. Turn up the volume to listen.
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Wealth Strategies: Value investor likes Brookfield best
Oct 4 - Marcato Capital Management's Mick McGuire says Brookfield Residential Properties' vast land ownership and much lower multiple than its peers makes it the best value play in the homebuilders sector.
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The University of Memphis-Caray
See why Caray chose The University of Memphis.
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Money talks: October 8th 2012


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StoryCub
StoryCub helps parents and children discover great picture books for free Dave Swerdlick, the multi-award-winning creator of the Kid Friday podcast (#1 Tech Podcast for kids, props from ABC & CBS) is at it again with his latest creation, StoryCub. We live in an age where videos are often the fastest and easiest ways of keeping kids entertained. StoryCub’s goal is to use the power of fun, free, digital video stories to direct our children's’ attention back to books. They are designed to get
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First Battle of Lexington and Concord
The Battles of Lexington and Concord, fought on April 19, 1775, kicked off the American Revolutionary War (1775-83). Tensions had been building for many years between residents of the 13 American colonies and the British authorities, particularly in Massachusetts. On the night of April 18, 1775, hundreds of British troops marched from Boston to nearby Concord in order to seize an arms cache. Paul Revere and other riders sounded the alarm, and colonial militiamen began mobilizing to intercept the
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Gelation & Heat Transfer | Lecture 7 (2012)
Jose Andres, ThinkFood Group, minibar, Jaleo October 15, 2012
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Ferris and GRCC: 2 plus 2
You can earn a bachelors degree from Ferris but save on cost by taking up to 70% of your classes through GRCC!
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Convocation and Pastor's School, Duke Divinity School
A Service of Word and Table
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Reuters Right Now: From Navistar to Oshkosh-Icahn's on it!
Oct 11 - Carl Icahn offers to buy Oshkosh Corp for $32.50/share, following a victory at truckmaker Navistar, last week. Reuters Correspondent Scott Malone takes a look at what's driving the moves.
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FACTBOX: Who is Softbank?
Oct 11 - The facts and figures behind the Japanese company that's making a $12.8 bln bid for Sprint Nextel.
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U.S. Day Ahead: JPMorgan and Wells Fargo up next
Oct 11 - Forget the doom and gloom, financial earnings kick off with JPMorgan and Wells Fargo - Wall Street's banking on profits!
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I Am Elon: Brian Delgado
Brian Delgado describes his Elon experience in the Fall 2012 installment of The Magazine of Elon's "I Am Elon" multimedia series. Produced by Kim Walker, Elon University Photographer
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Polymeric Nanofiber Scaffold
In this video, Ching Theng Koh shows the microstructure of a fibrous polymer scaffold, produced by an electrospining technique. Polymeric electrospun scaffolds have been considered as replacement of various tissues due to their microstructures, which mimic the fibrous networks in natural tissues such as cartilage and blood vessels. This video shows one of the images we used to study how nanofiber scaffold deforms at micrometer scale under mechanical loading. Such study provides guidelines to r
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Defrag Tools: #12 - TaskMgr and ResMon | Defrag Tools

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Larry Larsen walk you through Task Manager and Resource Monitor. Sometimes you can't download Sysinternals or other troubleshooting tools, at these time, you can turn to these in-box applications that allow you to investigate the computer.

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Money talks: a giant, damp squib


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Thurgood Marshall: Biography
Thurgood Marshall, born on July 2, 1908 in Baltimore, Maryland, studied law at Howard University. As counsel to the NAACP, he utilized the judiciary to champion equality for Black Americans. In 1954, he won the Brown v. Board of Education case, in which the Supreme Court ended racial segregation in public schools. Marshall was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1967 and served for 24 years. In this video clip, learn more about activist Thurgood Marshall. (2:13)
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U.S. Day Ahead: GE results could show more upside
Oct 18 - General Electric could be an earnings bright spot when it reports. Get ready to see stronger profits thanks to higher demand for nat gas and oil production equipment
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Catherine the Great: A Powerful Woman
Catherine the Great ruled Russia's empire for some 34 years after the death of her husband Peter. Catherine led her country to prominence and was loved by many of the people of her country. In this video clip, learn more about one of the greatest female monarchs, Catherine the Great. (2:14) 
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