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  • Iced Earth Founder Jon Schaffer {In-Studio} on Alex Jones Tv 2/4:Sons of Liberty Alex will be joined in-studio by Jon Schaffer, founder of the heavy metal band Iced Earth. Schaffer has announced a new project/solo album that he's been working on the last several months called Sons of Liberty, which he will be unveiling for the first time on the Alex Jones show. www.sons-of- prisonplanet.tv
  • This Week in Startups - Seth Sternberg, CEO & Founder of Meebo This week we have Seth Sternberg, CEO & Founder of Meebo. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • This Week in Startups - Jason Nazar, CEO & Co-Founder of Docstoc This week we have Jason Nazar, CEO & Co-Founder of Docstoc. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos delivers graduation speech at Princeton University Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos gave the Baccalaureate address to Princeton University's Class of 2010. Bezos graduated from Princeton in 1986 with a degree in computer science and electrical engineering. He was introduced by Princeton University President Shirley M. Tilghman. Bezos spoke to the Class of 2010 about the difference between choices and gifts. Cleverness, Bezos pointed out, is a gift, while being kind to others is a choice. One's character, he suggested, is reflected not in the gifts one is endowed with at birth but rather by the choices one makes over the course of a lifetime. Full transcript here: www.princeton.edu
  • Wikileaks co-founder speaks to Alyona They promised to unveil damning video of US forces killing innocent people in Iraq. Today, Wikileaks made good on that promise at the National Press Club in Washington DC The video includes footage of an American military helicopter engaging and killing a number of people in an Iraqi Square, including two Reuters journalists. Julian Assange, co-founder of Wikileaks joins Alyona in this exclusive interview.
  • This Week in Startups - Brandon Kessler, CEO & Founder of ChallengePost This week we have Brandon Kessler, CEO & Founder of ChallengePost. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • Iced Earth Founder Jon Schaffer {In-Studio} on Alex Jones Tv 1/4:Sons of Liberty Alex will be joined in-studio by Jon Schaffer, founder of the heavy metal band Iced Earth. Schaffer has announced a new project/solo album that he's been working on the last several months called Sons of Liberty, which he will be unveiling for the first time on the Alex Jones show. www.sons-of- prisonplanet.tv
  • Morihei Ueshiba - The Founder of Aikido (complete) 2 of 5
  • Aikido Founder Morihei Ueshiba 1935 The Rare 1935 Asahi News Film. Aikido was created by Morihei Ueshiba (植芝盛平Ueshiba Morihei, 14 December 1883--26 April 1969), referred to by some aikido practitioners as Ōsensei ("Great Teacher"). Ueshiba envisioned aikido not only as the synthesis of his martial training, but also an expression of his personal philosophy of universal peace and reconciliation. For more information : Aikido Journal If you like my videos please Rate, Comment and / or Subscribe to my channel.
  • This Week in Startups - Matt Mickiewicz, Co-Founder of Sitepoint This week we have Matt Mickiewicz, Co-Founder of Sitepoint. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • Iced Earth Founder Jon Schaffer {In-Studio} on Alex Jones Tv 4/4:Sons of Liberty Alex will be joined in-studio by Jon Schaffer, founder of the heavy metal band Iced Earth. Schaffer has announced a new project/solo album that he's been working on the last several months called Sons of Liberty, which he will be unveiling for the first time on the Alex Jones show. www.sons-of- prisonplanet.tv
  • WikiLeaks founder Assange granted conditional bail WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, arrested in London under Swedish charges of ***ual assault, has been granted bail with "strict" conditions by a British court until his next hearing on January 11.
  • Pirate Bay Founders Lose Appeal - Sentenced To Jail Jon discusses 's appeal to a Swedish Court Ruling from April, 2009 - that was rejected this week. Also, Jon asks you for help in deciding which direction to take WATJ going forward. News Article -- engt.co POLL: Quantity or Quality? -- - "The World According To Jon" YouTube 'visionary', and creator of the hit web series, "Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?", Jon Paula shares his opinionated and enlightened view of the world with you, by way of an unfiltered and sometimes harsh stream-of-consciousness. New videos usually uploaded daily! Unless an episode of "Jon's Adventure Vlog" is posted instead! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly Adventure Vlog -- bit.ly Main Channel -- bit.ly FAQ Video - bit.ly T-Shirts ----- bit.ly +++++++++++++++++++++++ Created by ------ Jonathan Paula Camera ---------- Panasonic HMC-150 Software --------- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Computer ------- bit.ly An ideo Production - © 2010. ~
  • Daniel Ellsberg fears a US hit on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
  • Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange SNL parody in 1080p HD This was hilarious.Bill Hader was great as usual.He played Julian Assange.Fred Armisen was as convincing as Obama as he was Quadaffi.
  • This Week in Startups - Lockhart Steele, Founder of Curbed This week we have Lockhart Steele, Founder of Curbed. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • This Week in iPad - Akshay Kothari Co-founder, Alphonso Labs (Makers of Pulse news reader) This week we have Akshay Kothari, Co-founder, Alphonso Labs (Makers of Pulse news reader). For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to . Sponsor #1 -- Gazelle (3:00) Gazelle is a service which will purchase your old or gadgets, video games, cell phones, laptops, digital cameras, PDAs, gaming consoles and cell phones. News (8:15) iPad Today -- Leo Laporte's TWIT.TV network will be launching a new iPad-centric show today which will be streamed live at 1:30 PM PT with co-host Sarah Lane. The show will be available later for download on TWIT.TV Corporations Love the iPad -- Wells Fargo, SAP and Mercedes Benz are increasingly adopting the iPad as a business device. iPad Cam Case -- A designer has developed a concept case for the iPad which would feature a rotating camera. Mac Sales -- NPD data showed that Mac sales remained strong, despite concerns that the iPad would cannibalize sales of Mac computers. Geeks Hate the iPad -- Andrew McAfee wrote an article on Forbes saying that geeks hate the iPad because Apple doesn't, as he believes, allow for open innovation on the device. Sponsor #2 -- Print Magic (31:00) "Print Magic" Wellala is also a sponsor of This Week in iPad. The application allows users to print to any Wi-Fi connected printer directly from an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Users can copy and paste text into the application for printing and users can also print images from the iOS photo library directly. Print Magic and Print ...
  • This Week in Startups - Brad Hunstable and Johnny Ham, Founders of UStream This week we have Brad Hunstable and Johnny Ham, Founders of UStream. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • UK: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London UK: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested by British police on a European warrant issued by Sweden for rape charges, London's Metropolitan Police said Tuesday.
  • FRANCE 24 The Interview - Interview with Richard Branson Virgin Group founder THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW: World's most famous businessman and as well adventurer Richard Branson interviewed by Rapha�l Kahane.
  • The John Birch Society in 1958, Forerunner of the Tea Party Movement? Robert Welch, Founder of The John Birch Society, predicted today's problems with uncanny accuracy back in 1958 and prescribed solutions in 1974 that are similar to Tea Party positions today. Visit and http
  • This Week in Startups - Brian Alvey, CEO & Co-Founder of Crowd Fusion This week we have Brian Alvey, CEO & Co-Founder of Crowd Fusion. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • Morihei Ueshiba - The Founder of Aikido (complete) 1 of 5
  • A Mother's Plea: WikiLeaks Founder No Criminal The mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says her son has been betrayed by Australia, his native country, under pressure after he leaked scores of secret US government documents. (Dec. 10)
  • Iced Earth Founder Jon Schaffer {In-Studio} on Alex Jones Tv 3/4:Sons of Liberty Alex will be joined in-studio by Jon Schaffer, founder of the heavy metal band Iced Earth. Schaffer has announced a new project/solo album that he's been working on the last several months called Sons of Liberty, which he will be unveiling for the first time on the Alex Jones show. www.sons-of- prisonplanet.tv
  • Opera Co-founder: "You don't need Flash (for most normal browsing)" Earlier today we attended an Opera Software press briefing here in Taipei to discuss Operas future plans for HTML5, web standards and how they affect consumer electronics and OEMs in Taiwan. The get together was designed to be an early look of what the Norwegian software company intends to show at Computex Taipei 2010 early next month. Håkon Wium Lie, Opera CTO and the father of CSS was there to discuss these topics and for us it was most interesting to hear what Opera thought about Adobe Flash and where it fits in now and in the future. Jon S. von Tetzchner, Opera Co-founder and he had some interesting thoughts on Flash as well. During the presentation, we were shown the new video tag (created by Opera) which is part of CSS3, a W3C style sheet language web standard that will soon be supported by many web browsers. This new video tag allows you to write a very simple line of code to add a video to your website. It will come down to the individual browser makers to add support for CSS3 powered video playback, but clearly Opera is behind it in a big way. It remains to be seen how much other browser makers will embrace it, but Opera is eagerly optimistic that it will be embraced heavily as they are fully behind open web standards and this one in particular in a big way - at least that was the impression that we got today. Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • This Week in Startups - Chris Tolles, CEO & Co-Founder of Topix This week we have Chris Tolles, CEO & Co-Founder of Topix. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • Tom Anderson -- Founder of Myspace The founder of Myspace talks about his success.
  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in custody The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been remanded in custody after appearing at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court. . Follow us on twitter at .
  • Founder Treatment Saves Crippled Pony At Butler Professional Farrier School, Dr. Butler works with students to save a foundered pony using techniques described in Laminitis & Founder: Prevention and Treatment for the Greatest Chance of Success by Dr. Doug Butler, PhD, CJF, FWCF and Dr. Frank Gravlee, DVM, MS, CNS.
  • Jonas Bevacqua - Founder of LRG Jonas Bevacqua, founder of LRG, goes one on one with Clinton Sparks. For more videos go to
  • WikiLeaks founder arrested in London Julian Assange was arrested at 9:30 am (0930 GMT) on Tuesday, and was due to appear at Westminster Magistrate's Court later in the day.
  • Founder's Day Symposium: R. L'Heureux Lewis Founder's Day Symposium - Black Men in the 21st Century: Myths, Data and Reality PART 5 of 6 This ongoing summit extends the mission of the Morehouse Research Institute and builds upon a critical mass of research at the College that looks at the affirmative development of black men and boys. Additionally, this symposium served as an exciting review of current thinking from national experts in light of America's first African American President. R. LHeureux Lewis, 2000, is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and the Black Studies Program at the City College of New York CUNY. As a scholar, his research concentrates on educational inequality in American public schools. His most recent research concentrates on the experiences of low income and racial minorities attempts at accessing school‐related resources. Utilizing original qualitative data drawn from more than 40 families, his research articulates hidden paths where inequality is bred in the post‐Civil Rights era. His wider research agenda addresses the areas of racial identity, youth culture and mental health. In racial identity, his work has explored the negotiation of identity in the post‐Civil Rights era. His work on youth culture has concentrated on the expansion of hip‐hop culture and its relation to the lives of African‐Americans. His work on mental health has explored the relationship between race, discrimination and mental well‐being. His commentary has been featured in media outlets such as US ...
  • This Week in Startups - Garry Tan, Co-Founder of Posterous This week we have Garry Tan, Co-Founder of Posterous. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
  • This Week in Venture Capital - Scott Painter, Founder & CEO of Zag This week we have Scott Painter, Founder & CEO of Zag. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to . Mark Suster hosts This Week in Venture Capital. You can read a more detailed account of the shownotes on his blog Please check out our Sponsors: @picclick http @legalzoom VENTURE FINANCINGS Foursquare -A location based service which incorporates social and gaming elements Current round $20.0mm Series-B led by Andreesen Horowitz, with USV and O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures Total Raised: $21.4mm tcrn.ch Kontagent -A social ***ytics platform for Facebook app developers and publishers that provides detailed demographic and engagement data Total raised $6.0mm tcrn.ch Geodelic -Geodelic develops free mobile applications to easily browse your surroundings (restaurants, banks, businesses, etc) Total raised $10.5mm tcrn.ch Vopium -Danish VOIP technology company founded in 2006 by Pakistani entrepreneur Tanveer Sharif Total raised $22mm bit.ly Palantir -Palantir's products are used for integrating, visualizing, and ***yzing multiple large datasets Total raised $125mm tcrn.ch Triggit -A demand side advertising platform which allows advertisers to bid on individual ad impressions in real time, based on the site and who would see it Total raised $6.0mm tcrn.ch GetJar -Fast-growing application store with more than 1billion ...
  • TVD: Season 1 Finale REVIEW (1x22 Founder's Day) SPOILERS WARNING: SPOILER ALERT. PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO HAVE ME AS AN EXTRA ON THE VAMPIRE DIARIES! Oh My Salvatore T-shirts: OMFG OMFG OMFG! IAN SOMERHALDER (Damon), NINA DOBREV (Elena), MICHAEL TREVINO (Tyler), MATT DAVIS (Alaric), KEVIN WILLIAMSON (Writer/Producer), AND JULIE PLEC (writer) OF THE VAMPIRE DIARIES TWEETED MY VIDEO! IAN CALLED ME A GENIUS! I'M FREAKING OUT. OMFG. OMFG. NINA SAID, "brilliant.amazing.enthusiastic. You, lovely lady are pretty cool." OMFG! Seriously, I would've dresses up if I would have known so many people would see this! ;) OMS OMS. (OH MY SALVATORE) THREE PEOPLE DEAD, TYLER'S WEREWOLF EYES, CARCRASH, FIRES, AND KATHERINE!? HOLY CRAP. BEST FINALE EVER. Leave your thoughts below! So excited for Season 2! Please visit: Follow me on Twitter My other Youtube channel where I upload LOTS of fanvids: Song Used: Bury Me Alive by We Are The Fallen #6 - Most Discussed (Today)) - Canada #1 - Most Discussed (Today)) - People & Blogs - Canada #16 - Most Discussed (Today)) - People & Blogs #86 - Most Viewed (Today)) - People & Blogs - Russia #8 - Top Favorited (Today)) - Canada #1 - Top Favorited (Today)) - People & Blogs - Canada #11 - Top Favorited (Today)) - People & Blogs #12 - Top Rated (Today)) - Canada #3 - Top Rated (Today)) - People & Blogs - Canada #22 - Top Rated (Today)) - People & Blogs #56 - Top Rated (This Week)) - Canada #5 - Top Rated (This Week ...
  • Pirate Bay Surrenders to Hollywood, interview with co-founder Peter Sunde (BB Video) (This episode sponsored by ) Founders of The Pirate Bay have made a deal to sell off "the world's largest BitTorrent tracker" to a Swedish gaming company for about $7.8 million. More than 20 million visitors use the site each month. This April, TPB's three founders and a representative of their ISP were sentenced to a year in prison and damages of about $4 million over allegations of copyright violation. A week before the news was announced, I interviewed Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde at the Open Video Conference in New York City, about that lawsuit, and about their plans for the future. He mentioned that "huge, huge news" was coming up, but refused to disclose the news at that time. Here is our conversation. - Xeni Jardin
  • Wikileaks Founder Walks newsnownews | October 22, 2010 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange walks out of interview..from cnn Category: News & Politics Tags: * wikileaks * iraq * new * released * documents * torture * founder * walks * interview * war * americans
  • Teach for America Founder & CEO Wendy Kopp interview Inspiring interview with Wendy Kopp, CEO and Founder of Teach for America. This unique organization recruits recent college graduates in a wide variety of fields for two years to have them teach in some of America's neediest schools and areas. The results have been powerful: incredible improvements in the education, inspiration and academic performance of the students in these schools while at the same time providing an incomparable opportunity for training and shaping the leaders of tomorrow.
  • WikiLeaks Founders Prosecution: A Brazen Effort to Kill Alternative Media & The Internet Kurt Nimmo www.prisonplanet.tv Wednesday, December 8, 2010 Now that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is in custody, we can expect the US government to request his extradition and prosecute the Australian for espionage. "Any such proceedings would set up a test of whether the First Amendment's protection for a free press extends to a website with a worldwide audience," notes McClatchy today. The Supreme Court rejected a Nixon administration effort to stop the New York Times and the Washington Post from publishing the Pentagon Papers. In 1917 the United States enacted the Espionage Act, a law that has made it a crime to "willfully communicate" secret government information that could expose national secrets held by officialdom. Since the law was passed, however, the government has avoided prosecuting journalists for publishing classified information. "The First Amendment's freedom of speech and the press has protected journalists in the past, though it is not clear whether the courts would consider Assange a journalist," writes McClatchy. Assange's "actions are not those of a responsible journalist that would enjoy the protection of the Constitution," opines Jeffrey H. Smith, a former general counsel at the CIA. Government, of course, will decided what is responsible and irresponsible journalism and the high court will enshrine this in law. The establishment -- including its highest court -- may eventually restrict the First Amendment and have its ...