Mastering Nonverbal Communication in Teaching Relationships Part 3 Diane Pence talks about ways to maximize effective communication within teaching relationships.
NetApp Today with Jared Wray of Tier 3 -- NetApp Corporate -- NetApp Jared Wray, CEO and Founder of Tier 3, discusses how Tier 3's platform easily and securely extend their clients' infrastructure into the cloud. With NetApp, Cisco and VMware, Tier 3 has been able to focus on delivering multi-tenant environments for on-demand services. Learn how NetApp, Cisco and VMware can help you achieve virtually anything with one solution by registering at: To further discuss virtualization, visit the virtualization community at: For more discussion on IT as a service and cloud infrastructure visit:
MacBook and its unibody - from what is made of?? "The Mac is designed to provide the best computer experience you can have. Everything just works. And everything works together. That's because Apple makes both the hardware and the software. So whether you're accessing a Wi-Fi network or organizing your photos by faces or video chatting with friends, it's all amazingly simple. And that's just the beginning."
Wario Land - Super Mario Land 3 Reaccessing Past Level's This is a way you can reaccess these level's Course No.01 (Low Tide), Course No.03 (Low Tide), Course No.10, Course No.31 (With Water).
Mastering Nonverbal Communication in Teaching Relationships Part 2 Diane Pence talks about ways to maximize effective communication within teaching relationships.
Because Mac is cool! "The Mac is designed to provide the best computer experience you can have. Everything just works. And everything works together. That's because Apple makes both the hardware and the software. So whether you're accessing a Wi-Fi network or organizing your photos by faces or video chatting with friends, it's all amazingly simple. And that's just the beginning."
Chrome Event 12/7/10 (3 of 4) - Chrome OS Video footage from the Chrome event on 12/07/10. Sundar Pichai, Product Management Lead for Chrome gives update on Chrome OS and announces the pilot program. Learn more at /chromenotebook.
ATETV Episode 17: Precision in the Lab, on the Farm and Online Today's high-tech careers, whether in biomanufacturing, agriculture, or computer security require precision and attention to detail.
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How to Use JAP This 12pm tutorial will teach you how to download, install, and setup the JAP JonDo anonymity software on your computer.
6 - Atmosphere: Gaining Altitude, part 1 Gaining Altitude part 1 with Marc Benioff, Chairman & CEO,
Using KML to Visualize 4-D Atmospheric Carbon Monitoring Data Tyler Erickson of Michigan Tech Research Institute discusses his tools for to visualizing 4-D atmospheric carbon monitoring data using KML and Google Earth
Using e-books Electronic books are available to students both on and off campus. In this video Subject Librarians explain how you access e-books and the benefits of using them.
GDD-BR 2010 [0C] The Open and Social Web Speakers: Patrick Chanezon Track: Google APIs Time slot: C [12:05 - 12:50] Room: 0 Level: 101 This session will cover the latest and most important trends of the Social Web and dive deep into where this is all going, at both technical and conceptual levels.
Wired for Change: Will Technology's Arc Bend Toward Justice? From the Ford Foundation's Wired for Change conference on February 16, 2011. A conversation with Ben Jealous, CEO and president of the NAACP; Robin Chase, founder of Zipcar; Yvette Alberdingk Thijm, executive director of WITNESS; and Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web. Moderated by Omar Wasow, co-founder and strategic advisor to
How to Do Shiatsu Massage : What Are Shiatsu Massage Pressure Points? Learn about Japanese shiatsu massage pressure points and the parts of the body they relate to with expert massage therapy tips in this free health video clip. Expert: Richard Neil Bio: Richard Neil is a licensed, certified massage therapist. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
HTML5 Storage: Application Cache Google Tech Talk January 5, 2011 Presented by Nikolas Coukouma. ABSTRACT HTML5 includes a specification for application caches. This unique feature allows a page to store needed static resources and start even when offline. This talk will cover both the basics and some more advanced uses. Hopefully it will answer most of your questions about what's possible and provide some hints about how to do it.
Jonathan Rosenberg: The Ubiquity of Information Jonathan Rosenberg, SVP of Product Management at Google, speaks to Claremont McKenna College students and faculty in Claremont, CA on March 11, 2009.
2010 Google Faculty Summit: Defeating the Password Anti-Pattern with Open Standards Google Faculty Summit 2010 July 29, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Dirk Balfanz. Passwords can leak through a variety of channels: users tend to re-use passwords across web sites, get phished, attacked by malware, etc. Most would agree that password-based authentication is not very secure. So why do we still live in an online world dominated by passwords? In my talk I will point out some of the challenges we face when moving away from password-based authentication. I will explain what roles OpenID and OAuth play in this move, security issues we faced in the past with these protocols, and where we're headed in the world of "Internet Identity."
GDD-BR 2010 [0H] OpenID-based single sign-on and OAuth data access Speaker: Ryan Boyd Track: Chrome and HTML5 Time slot: H[17:20 - 18:05] Room: 0 A discussion of all the auth tangles you've encountered so far -- OpenID, SSO, 2-Legged OAuth, 3-Legged OAuth, and Hybrid OAuth. We'll show you when and where to use them, and explain how they all integrate with Google APIs and other developer products.
Human Touch Chair Tech Tip In this week's Tech Tip, Wade teams up with Mark to demonstrate the uses and benefits of a Human Touch chair.
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The Power of Collaborative Innovation - Venkatesh Hariharan Google Tech Talk August 20, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Venkatesh Hariharan, Corporate Affairs Director (Asia-Pacific) for Red Hat recorded at Google, Bangalore 20th August 2010 "The views expressed in the recording are those of the speaker and not necessarily those of Red Hat."
Why Use a Library? College Libraries & the Web Learn about the types of sources you can find on the Web vs. through a college library.
Screwed... *** with Robots: How Humanity Is Screwing Itself...Basically, you've become The Borg. ______________________________________ pespmc1.vub.ac.be ________________________________________ And it's only 2009. Cheer up. It gets a whole lot deeper soon. Everyone will know literally everything about you. And resistance is worse than futile; it will be cleansed. Sometime this century -- likely sooner than later -- the trend lines of human vanity, self-indulgence, quest for personal perfection and general laziness will cross with those of computer processing power, machine dexterity, smart search, molecular manipulation and sensor acuity. The inevitable result: human-robot convergence, the end of us as we knew us. Say konnichiwa to your successor: Hubot Roboman. The good news: you get infinite orgasms out of the deal. Is this how Skynet will spawn the Terminators? Is it Ray Kurzweil's Singularity? Hans Moravec's Mind-Children? The solution to the Fermi-Hart Paradox? Yeah, that's right. And a whole bunch more. This is the quest for the algorithm of soul. Socially connected When President Obama speaks of the Smart Grid, he means that we aspire to create an interactive network of power utilities that is cleverly managed through the flow of information about capacity, supply, demand and environmental impact. It's an essential undertaking, to be sure. But the truly Intelligent Grid is already up and you're using it now. It's the Telepresent Internet, where updated ...
Accessing Facebook securely How to change your Facebook account settings to ensure you're accessing it securely when in public (eg when using a wi-fi hotspot)
The Psyche of Psychedelic Portal 19 Have a look at the usage of drugs. Using drugs to get access to self is a point of separation, the belief, the acceptance and allowance of the belief that in using a drug you get access to self, that's not how it works, you do not get access to you and you will not get access to you through utilizing or using drugs, and this is any and all forms of drugs. Have a look at it, you're making an absolute statement of separation by believing in the acceptance and allowance that in using a drug you get access to you, you experience you. How can that be if who you are is here, with you always, in and as breath, it is a facade that is believed that in using drugs you get access to you or you experience you, it is not real, and it is not so. Have a look at this point because it is a point of separation, having to use a drug to get access to self or to experience self and in that point of separation realize and understand that it is not you that you're experiencing, it is not you that you're getting access to, it is your mind you're getting access to, it is your mind that you're experiencing because the very starting point of using a drug or needing a drug is separation, and in that moment of separation what you're accessing and experiencing is the mind in the mind itself, therefore, this point is specific: you will not get access to you, you do not get access to you, you will not experience you and you do not experience you on drugs, because the very taken thereof is separation, is ...
NYS Forum Webmasters' Guild Mobile Presentation NYS DOT 511 Mobile App Part 1 Part 1 of presentation on the NYS DOT 511 Mobile App given by Tim Crommie of NYS DOT at the NYS Forum Webmasters' Guild meeting, Dec 3, 2010, on "Mobile Web and Mobile Apps in Government"
Crowdsourcing Mobile Device Capabilities Learn about Facebook's crowdsourcing efforts to contribute to the WURFL database project. For more information, check out our blogpost at on.fb.me or visit
Accessing the Media - Large Coverage for Small Companies Joe Connolly, Wall Street Journal Business Correspondent for WCBS News Radio 880 speaking RE: Accessing the Media - sharing his view on what it takes to capture the ear of a reporter so they will share your story with the world for free. Introduced by Liddy Karter, program director of CTC's Innovation Pipeline Accelerator. Video taken at the Connecticut Technology Council's Innovation Pipeline 2008 Companies To Watch Awards on September 16, 2008.
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Computer Hardware Accessories : How to Choose the Right Amount of RAM for Your New Computer When choosing RAM for a new computer, make sure to match the amount of RAM in the computer to the amount of RAM on the video card. Choose the correct amount of computer RAM withtips from a computer technician in this free video on computer hardware. Expert: Chris Bryce Contact: Bio: Chris Bryce is the owner and operator of Super Computers Sales and Service located in Georgetown, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green
An Introduction to SQLite Google TechTalks May 31, 2006 Richard Hipp ABSTRACT SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. SQLite implements a large subset of SQL-92 and stores a complete database in a single disk file. The library footprint is less than 250 KB making is suitable for use in embedded devices and applications where memory space is scarce. This talk provides a quick overview of SQLite, its history, its strengths and weaknesses, and describes situations where it is much more useful than a traditional client/server database. The talk concludes with a discussion of the lessons learned from the development of SQLite and how those lessons...
Facebook & Twitter security FAIL (& how you can stay safe) If you're accessing Facebook or Twitter from a public WiFi network at a cafe or some other public setting, anyone on the same network can easily access your account. In fact, today, Eric Butler released a Firefox extension that makes it child's play. In this video, I show you Eric's extension in action and also show you how you can protect yourself from such attacks by using the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere Firefox extension. You can find Eric's Firesheep Firefox extension at and the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere Firefox extension at
Is Content, Context or Conversation King? - Barry Diller at SXSW 2011 TRANSCRIPT [see below] Poppy Harlow: Introduce yourself, your name, and where you're from. Frank Radice: My name is Frank Radice from Definition6.com and first of all Mr. Diller, Ms. Harlow, thank you very much for bringing this fascinating conversation to South By Southwest. It's really great. Mr. Diller Thank you Frank Radice: Mr. Diller, I'm curious, do you think that content, context, or conversation is king? Poppy Harlow: Content context or conversation. Mr. Diller: You know, Sumner Redstone and his dotage invented this, you know, "content is king thing." Basically he had content and he wanted to be king. (laughter) Mr. Diller: So, I don't think that anything is King, I mean, you know, King. Queen. Dukes... Whatever. All of these things play a role in the world we're now living and the surprise is how many people are doing more than one thing. Which means it's not just- I hate this word "content." It's not just "the stuff" that you're accessing here on a television set that you're watching 24 (the TV series) and you're getting that. Or you're watching a reality show and twittering or doing something like that. Yesterday my wife, fashion designer named Diane von Fürstenberg... Poppy Harlow: You might have heard of her. Mr. Diller: She... I was on the phone with her and I heard these sounds, and I said, "What's that?" She said, "Oh nothing, nothing." I said, "What is that?", and I heard more sounds, I said, "It's Angry Birds isn't it?" (laughter) Poppy Harlow: Who knew ...
Connecting with Physicians Online Webinar More than ever before, physicians are online for health, medical and prescription drug information. The Internet is now an integral part of their clinical practice and the information online impacts health decisions. Are you adapting your online strategies to target physicians? In a recent study, Google explored how physicians use the Internet, and specifically search, as a part of their clinical practice. The insights will help you best utilize the Internet and search in your physician marketing programs.
Microsoft Excel, SQL & Internet Tips : How to Turn Off Sounds, Pictures or Video on Web Pages When using Internet Explorer, sounds, pictures and Web pages can be turned off by going to "Tools" and un-checking the aforementioned options under the "Multimedia" section. Turn off sounds and other multimedia before refreshing a Web page with tips from a software developer in this free video on using the Internet. Expert: Dave Andrews Contact: Bio: Dave Andrews is a software developer that holds a degree in computer science. Currently, he is employed by a government IT department. Filmmaker: Tim Brown
How to Connect Your Laptop to the Internet from a WiFi Hotspot For Dummies Whether you're accessing a Wi-fi connection from a restaurant, hotel, or airport hotspot, the steps are identical. This video tutorial shows you how to quickly connect your laptop to the Internet through a wireless connection.
How to Organize & Display a Book Collection : Arranging Knickknacks on Book Shelves Learn how to arrange knickknacks on the book shelves with your book collection withexpert book storage tips in this free online book related video clip. Expert: Jennifer Kimball Bio: Jennifer Kimball has two degrees in English, one from the University of Pennsylvania and the other from Georgetown University. Filmmaker: randy primm
Health Care Stakeholder Discussion: Rural Communities Director of the White House Office on Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle, HRSA Administrator Dr. Mary Wakefield, and Rep. Mike Ross host a stakeholder discussion on health care in rural communities. May 4, 2009. (Public Domain)