TF:RoTF PS3 SP Breakaway Glitch A short glitch I encountered while trying to complete a request. I ended up halfway onto a wall when Starscream appeared, so I was falling when I got control back. I just sort of stayed falling until I left root mode.... As you can see, I could "turn" and move around while "falling." O_o ===== Another reason I uploaded this was to give another update - I just started my college classes again today (yummy, 3D :9), and only a few days ago I also decided that I was going to Botcon this year. Top that off with I'm in the middle of building another costume (but not the one I want to build and wear to Botcon primarily, which will be done afterwards) and that makes for one totally busy Natsume. That doesn't bother to mention work (normal and extra to help pay off Botcon), and the side projects/collaboratives I do with other artists. ;) As such, requests may be slow or nonexistant for a while. I'll do my best to keep up with you guys. Thankfully I have only one last request in my inbox right now (which I'm having trouble completing on expert mode, as you see). If you'll be at Botcon, let me know if you want to meet up at some point. :) For those of you with internet on your PS3 who knew me while I played online - I have a request of you: Will you PM/tell it to the folks you know I played with that I'll be at botcon? I imagine some of them will be going but have no way to contact them. :(
Greater Boston Employment Collaborative A short video describing Greater Boston Employment Collaborative's services.
R3 Collaboratives Intro
Panel: Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives (Part 2 of 4) A panel discussion entitled "Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives - Best Practices" moderated by Leo Wilton, Ph.D. at the 2011 H3 Conference. Other panelists included Christopher Hucks-Ortiz (The Brother's Project), Greg Millett, MPH, Mary Sylla, JD (Center for Health Justice), Tony Wafford (National Action Network).
Deep Water In This River by Paul Creane Paul Creane performing yet another masterpiece of his at Sony Road Studios 2009
The Roots- Don't Say Nuthin REMIX January 1, 2011 Beat 001- Move It Blended with one of the most influential hip hop collaboratives in my life, The Roots (no copyright infringement intended; I claim rights only to the instrumental. Vocals are property of UMG) Beat by Day Project...new track each day produced by yours truly, k. Wise; Subscribe and stay current! Follow on twitter @WiseKnowItAll Hear a sound you like? Message me for beats...I'm always open to collaborate.
June 28, 2011 - Dr. Kamil A. Jbeily Kamil A. Jbeily, Ph.D. Executive Director Texas Regional Collaboratives The University of Texas at Austin Opening remarks at the 2011 Texas Regional Collaboratives Annual Meeting during the opening luncheon June 28, 2011
Brawl Collaboratives So this is just me and my friends playing around with Super Smash Brothers Brawl. Pretty fun. Players: Sora, Kai, P4 (she didn't feel like making a username thing), Kaito (me) List: 1) Halberd (trying to see who can die the fastest) 2) Wario Ware (Heavy-Weight Brawl) Note: P1: Ike = Me P2: Ganondorf = Sora P3: King Dedede = Kai P4: Bowser = P4 3) Home-run. Kai = Pit; P4 = Meta Knight 4) Home-run. Kai = Pit; P4 = Meta Knight
Panel: Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives (Part 3 of 4) A panel discussion entitled "Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives - Best Practices" moderated by Leo Wilton, Ph.D. at the 2011 H3 Conference. Other panelists included Christopher Hucks-Ortiz (The Brother's Project), Greg Millett, MPH, Mary Sylla, JD (Center for Health Justice), Tony Wafford (National Action Network).
Conference Panel Discussion Questions Floods, Farms, Families, and Faith: Community Collaborations and Changing Federal Resource Streams This panel of experts on community collaboratives explore the opportunities and challenges they present for the pursuit of federal funds. Ms. Vasquez will describe the renowned model for comprehensive community development employed in Chicago communities by the Local Initiative Support Corporations New Communities Program. Ms. Raynalds will share her insights after many years of successful leadership at the helm of one the nations most durable, rural, federal empowerment zones. Mr. Zwilling and Ms. McKillip will discuss their current efforts to help communities in Illinois that have experienced severe flooding use collaborations to tap into federal hazard mitigation and recovery grants. Panelists: Susana Vasquez, Director, New Communities Program, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Donna Raynalds, Executive Director, Southernmost Illinois Delta Empowerment Zone (SIDEZ) Al Zwilling and Carrie McKillip, Extension Coordinator and Technical Assistants, UIE and IRN Facilitator: Nacho Gonzalez, Co-Director, Illinois ResourceNet
Technologies collaboratives a distance Dr. Daniel Gladu
re: Garfield High School LAUSD board meeting Sept 8 2009 Maria Guadalupe Mena of Garfield High School: "Community members stated they were offered monetary compensation [by Green Dot] in exchange for their signature on a petition." "The day of the 'Public School Choice' vote, Parent Revolution and Parent Union representatives informed us they were court mandated to support the rally to work off their community service". "We're unhappy that reform decisions have been dictated to our community by billionaire philanthropists [who]...are funding...Inner City Struggle, Parent Revolution, Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles Learning Collaboratives to push their corporate agenda onto the schools."
A Collaborative Approach to Quality and Safety Overview: Mr. Steve Allen, CEO of Nationwide Children's Hospital, and Dr. Richard Brilli, Chief Medical Officer of Nationwide Children's Hospital, discuss the importance of collaboratives in facing quality and safety issues. Part One: Why use collaboratives The importance of transparency Collaboration vs. randomized control trials Part Two: The benefit of putting data online Its effect on patients' decisions How to work with your competitors Part Three: The physician's role in quality improvement Embracing a team approach How to find the best solutions
Jason Tiernan: Shoot Her Jason's poem which is a companion piece to Paul's song Take a Gun And Shoot Her. The Collaboration of the Collaboratives...
Communities Joined in Action, part one Innovative national program that supported healthcare collaboration on a local basis, and extended access to medical, dental, mental health, medications and testing for the uninsured. Funded initially by Feds in 2001 at end of Clinton Admin, Bush tried to shut it down, but demonstrated effectiveness and cost savings insured that it was blocked by bi-partisan Congressional support. Examples in the video from California, Kentucky, Connecticut, Washington, Michigan, North Carolina. CJA is a national coalition of community collaboratives.
Chiltern Collaboratives Coffee Call Created on June 17, 2011 using FlipShare.
Episode One: About the TAG Education Collaborative Host/TAG Education Collaborative President John Hurlbut and TAG Ed Board Members Nancy Treaster and Paul Terlemezian discuss the value of TAG Ed to the Georgia STEM education community. Helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive... TAGs network of technology organizations and the TAG Education Collaboratives focus on STEM education initiatives can provide the resources and bandwidth to ensure programs thrive, even in a challenging non-profit environment. The TAG Education Collaborative is the only organization of its kind that can offer access to thousands of potential volunteers, many of whom have relevant domain expertise. In fact, the increasing number of participants and their motivation and inspiration around the TAG Education Collaborative initiative is remarkable. For Georgia STEM initiatives to succeed, they need the increased credibility with backing from the high tech business community. Thats what the TAG Education Collaborative can provide! In fact, it can deliver insight into the best practices of, or even the ability to partner with, similar initiatives. The TAG Education Collaborative can also facilitate connections to education and STEM leaders and experts to help raise programs to the next level.
Multicultural Faculty Fellows The Multicultural Faculty Fellows Program is a Woodring College of Education critical literacy collaborative with members from diverse departments and programs. The Dean of Woodring, Stephanie Salzman, and Kristen French, of the Colleges Center for Education, Equity and Diversity, planned the program to create a space for faculty to promote transformative education and to feed the members research and interests in multicultural education. Part of the Innovative Teaching Showcase 2008-09, created by the Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment at Western Washington University: pandora.cii.wwu.edu
STLF High School Pay It Forward Tours - June 2011 in Chicago! Photo memories of 5 days of doing service, building relationships, and taking action for students from a wide variety of schools and collaboratives, including: Nobles County Integrative Collaborative Madelia Area Integrative Collaborative Cottonwood River Integrative Collaborative and several Twin Cities-area schools An unforgettable experience for all involved. Yeah buddy!! Visit us online at
Secret, crazy, historic, renegade art event. A renegade "Best of Boston 40-enniel" exhibition was presented at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts at 7 pm Wednesday, June 15, 2011. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary exhibition "Flush with the Walls," in which six Boston artists—Bob Guillemin, Kristin Johnson, Todd McKie, Martin Mull, David Raymond and Jo Sandman—snuck their art into a men's room at the MFA for a renegade, joke exhibition on June 15, 1971. A report in the newspaper Boston After Dark at the time said "Flush with the Walls" ingeniously and wittily pointed out "that the men's room seems to be the only place in the Museum of Fine Arts that an exhibit by contemporary local artists can be seen." In this spirit, and in honor of the original show a group 21 Boston-area artists and collaboratives will again, without permission, sneak their drawings, prints, photos and sculptures into a pair of bathrooms at the Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts, on June 15. The bathroom "galleries" are on a landing off a stairway down from the new Shapiro Family Courtyard to the new special exhibition gallerie Artists featured in the "Best of Boston 40-enniel" exhibition are Elizabeth Alexander, Antoniadis and Stone, Resa Blatman, Laura Chasman, Caleb Cole, Greg Cook, David Curcio, Bob Guillemin aka Sidewalk Sam, Institute for Infinitely Small Things, Paul Laffoley, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, Maria Molteni, Ernest Morin, Dan Moynihan, Mary O'Malley, Kari Percival, David Raymond, Jo ...
The haudenschildGarage Emergency/Conversation Table by Raul Cardenas For the Political Equator II event on November 16, 2007, the haudenschildGarage commissioned Raul Cardenas of Torolab to construct an Emergency/Conversation Table as the stage for exchange between two collaboratives, Ala Plastica, Silvina Babich + Alejandro Meitin (La Plata, Argentina) and the Urban Think Tank, Alfredo Brillembourg + Hubert Klumpner (Caracas, Venezuela). Political Equator Conferences were launched in June 2006 with an investigation into the theme of Urbanities of Labor and Surveillance. Political Equator ll stages an exploration of the intersection between sociopolitical and natural domains, foregrounding the notion of a collective territory, but also a territory of collaboration that transgresses hemispheric boundaries. At the core of such trans-hemispheric sociopolitical and economic dynamics is the conflict between transcontinental borders and the natural and social ecologies they interrupt and seek to erase. A renewed politics of environmental activism, searching for effective paths to sustainability worldwide, increasingly collides and eventually clashes with the now-ubiquitous climate of heightened security and territorial dominance that is flourishing at the local as well as the global scale. What has been called the disaster capitalism complex is rapidly rising to its own form of dominance as global warming and terrorism challenge aging urban infrastructure and threaten fragile ecosystems and economies. The field of operations represented by the ...
Primary Care Innovation Collaboratives Dr. Mark Ghaly and 4th-year medical student David Margolius explain why med students partnering with clinicians can be so rewarding. Check out to learn more.
Primary Care Progress Backgrounder A brief overview of Primary Care Progress.
National Girls Collaborative Project The National Girls Collaborative Project™ (NGCP) is designed to reach girl-serving STEM organizations across the United States. The organizations selected to host local collaboratives are impressive in their knowledge, experience, and diversity. As a group, the local collaboratives have an extensive network of organizations and individuals engaged in pursuing this common goal and the opportunity to share with and learn from each other. They vary in focus areas and populations served and include higher education institutions, community-based organizations, private non-profits, but all work to increase gender equity in STEM fields. The vision of the NGCP is to bring together organizations throughout the United States that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Jack Hanna and the Leave No Child Inside movement in Ohio Director Emeritus of the Columbus Zoo, Jack Hanna, speaks out on the importance of outdoor play in nature for children. Jack supports The Ohio Leave No Child Inside Collaboratives. Did you child play outside today?
Church & Faith Based Collaboratives One Body Collaboratives, Home Page 2
June 28th: James Barufaldi, Texas Regional Collaboratives
Fundamentals of Accountable Care Thomas Cassels, Executive Director of the Advisory Board Company's Health Care Advisory Board, summarizes the forces driving accountable care, outlines the steps necessary for a hospital or health system to transition toward operating as an accountable care organization (ACO), and provides insight into the question of whether all providers must plan to become ACOs.
Community Collaboratives Presentation by Veronica Melvin at symposium hosted by Education Consortium of San Diego County.
Whose Life Is It, Really? - 100k Voices This short film was created as part of the Raising 100000 Voices community-based media education project. For more information, visit The youth who participated in Raising 100000 Voices are members of TAN and are active in programs at Parsells Community Church, ex-computer lab, *** group and other collaboratives that offer program for youth in our area. The video is about how decisions ***s make -- whether positive or negative -- affect family, community and themselves. Special thanks to our sponsors/funders, TAN members, Parsells Community Church, Webster Rec. Center @ Adonai Church- Hector and Kay.
collabs and a Rant Matt gives a rant while promoting two cool collaboratives Check these out; Five Dudes: Five Awesome Dreamers: Facebook for 5D5D:
NCMR 2011 - Collaboration Trumps Competition in New Journalism It has been argued that the future of journalism is mutual. After years of fighting to be the first to get a story, journalists are starting to rethink how the news is made. In the emerging news ecosystem, collaboration is the new mantra. But collaboration comes in many forms, from nonprofits and commercial newsrooms partnering on investigative stories, to citizen journalism and crowd-sourced projects, to local news collaboratives that network the power and resources of a community. This session , held at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston on April 8, explored how journalists are breaking down traditional barriers and opening up a new kind of journalism that looks to serve local communities and tell new kinds of stories. Panelists: David Cohn, Reynolds Institute of Journalism; Tom Fiedler, Boston University; Susan Mernit, Oakland Local; and Lisa Willams, . Moderator: Jan Schaffer, Institute for Interactive Journalism Thanks to Sean Keene of Cambridge Community Television for the footage. To see more of the conference, go to . For more about media issues, go to
Panel: Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives (Part 1 of 4) A panel discussion entitled "Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives - Best Practices" moderated by Leo Wilton, Ph.D. at the 2011 H3 Conference. Other panelists included Christopher Hucks-Ortiz (The Brother's Project), Greg Millett, MPH, Mary Sylla, JD (Center for Health Justice), Tony Wafford (National Action Network).
Lessons About Collaboratives - NYSHealth Foundation
The Place (live in Chaz)
Panel: Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives (Part 4 of 4) A panel discussion entitled "Community Based Participatory Research Collaboratives - Best Practices" moderated by Leo Wilton, Ph.D. at the 2011 H3 Conference. Other panelists included Christopher Hucks-Ortiz (The Brother's Project), Greg Millett, MPH, Mary Sylla, JD (Center for Health Justice), Tony Wafford (National Action Network).
"In Charge Now!" A multimedia, anti-smoking campaign Were in Charge Now! The video you are about to see is just one part of a multimedia, anti-smoking campaign called Were in Charge Now! This video is produced with the intent to be enhanced with live performances by rap artists, back up vocalists and high-energy dancers. Rich & Debbie Derwalds innovative campaign premiered recently at the 2009 P2 Collaborative of WNY Annual Conference. The project was inspired by the P2 Collaboratives concept that our younger generation has the power to help others to give up smoking. The message behind Were in Charge Now! speaks to todays savvy young adults who have the advantage of growing up in a society in which the dangers of smoking are well-publicized. Highly influential medical professionals and even some media voices concur that smoking is a fatal health risk. Unfortunately, most non-smoking campaigns simply provide youth with dry facts that have little or no impact on their attitudes or behavior. Not so, the Were in Charge Now!campaign which relies on multi-media technology that is proven effective in speaking to young adults. Through an innovative combination of music videos and live performance, Were In Charge Now roles out a revolutionary new concept- putting our next generation in the drivers seat! Our secret weapon is to appeal to their rebellious nature and to challenge todays youth to act as role models for adults. In holding them responsible for giving older generations the power to say no, we give youth the self ...
Nelson Gonzalez-- Stupski Foundation.MP4 The Stupski Foundation's Nelson Gonzalez talks about his session, "Program Design Collaboratives for Social Breakthroughs," which focused on the many facets of program design methods for grantmakers.
A Smoker by Jason Tiernan A short poem by Jason called A Smoker. For more go to our channel. /THE COLLABORATIVES
June 28, 2011 - Dr. Kamil A. Jbeily Kamil A. Jbeily, Ph.D. Executive Director Texas Regional Collaboratives The University of Texas at Austin Closing remarks at the 2011 Texas Regional Collaboratives Annual Meeting during the opening luncheon June 28, 2011
The Kingdom of the Messiah Obama's Machine. PICO National Staff member, Gordon Whitman, sent this statement to "the network" this morning [September 08, 2008] (Quote) As Bishop Roy Dixon, former president of the PICO board of directors said "When people come together in my church hall to improve our community, they're building the Kingdom of God in San Diego." Fr. John Baumann, who founded PICO 35 years ago, said in an Associated Press story that ran in papers across the country that "If people in office were doing their jobs, perhaps we wouldn't need community organizers." (End quote) LINK: Wade Rathke's Organizers Forum seeks to help (Quote) community and labor organizers who are committed to building democratic power exercised by resident and worker constituencies in their communities and workplaces ... Having worked with thousands of organizers over the years, we ... (End quote) Link here: Baba Small is Chief Executive Officer for the Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU) and has worked with Malcolm X and Dr. John Henrik Clarke on promoting African issues. Sangita Nayak was listed on Hurricane-Katrina Clearinghouse under Collaboratives/ Networks. I then googled Sangita Nayak and found this. Sangita Nayak was listed on Hurricane-Katrina Clearinghouse under Collaboratives/ Networks. Chavez Aid to Katrina Victims.
Lullaby #2 Jay Tiernan Paul Creane (The Collaboratives) Ok, pay heed people, this is where it's at. This is the greatest song of all time... If you listen and go away thinking it's any less than that you're wrong and you'll go to bed and wake up wrong and be wrong for the rest of your life. It's a beauuuuuuuuty...