1. Living as Jesus for a Day

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    Justin Telthorst shares what it was like play the part of Jesus for "The Stations of the Cross," a Catholic tradition celebrated on Good Friday. At the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, believers gather on the Quad to retrace and to commemorate the last footsteps of Jesus.

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    • Piyesta Pinoy Bench Dance For Neighbhorhoods of the World at Navy Pier's Crystal Gardens

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      Neighborhoods of the World at Navy Pier Showcased The Philippines Celebration Featuring the Piyesta Pinoy Bench Dance Presented by Loyola/Kapwa, University of Illinois at Chicago Filipinos in Alliance, University of Illinois at Urbana Philippine Student Association Barkada at the Crystal Gardens by Lake Michigan, in Chicago.

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      • PicturePhone: How Bell Telephone lost a half billion, but nearly created the internet

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        How Bell Telephone’s PicturePhone, introduced in 1964, flopped yet nearly catalyzed the internet. Technically, it was an amazing achievement: Bell used the existing twisted-pair copper wire of the telephone network -- not broadband lines like today -- to produce black and white video on a screen about five inches square. And, amazingly for the time, it used a CCD-based-camera. It was meant to be the most revolutionary communication medium of the century, driving subscribers to purchase broadband lines, but failed miserably as a consumer product costing Bell a half billion dollars. This is one of three videos in a series on marketplace failures of technological objects. http://www.engineerguy.com/failure.

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        • Stories of Technological Failure: PicturePhone, Dvorak keyboard & Betamax

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          Introduction to a short series of three videos that takes a “snackable” look at the failure of three famous engineered objects: The Bell System’s PicturePhone, which lost the company a half billion dollars, but nearly created the internet; the Dvorak keyboard, which is faster than our current QWERTY arrangement, but failed to gain traction in the marketplace; and the technically superb Betamax video cassette recorder, which lost to an inferior VHS-format machine. Transcripts at http://www.engineerguy.com/failure

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          • Why the Dvorak keyboard didn’t take over the world

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            Perhaps no technological failure is better known than that of the Dvorak keyboard. Since the early 1870s nearly every typewriter used a keyboard with a QWERTY layout, yet most studies show the Dvorak arrangement of keys to be faster. This videos probes the underlying reasons that this arrangement failed to make headway in the marketplace. This video tells the story of why the Dvorak keyboard failed. This is one of three videos in a series on marketplace failures of technological objects. http://www.engineerguy.com/failure.

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            • How Sony’s Betamax lost to JVC’s VHS Cassette Recorder

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              In 1976 Sony introduced the Betamax video cassette recorder. It catalyzed the “on demand” of today by allowing users to record television shows, and the machine ignited the first “new media” intellectual property battles. In only a decade this revolutionary machine disappeared, beaten by JVS’s version of the cassette recorder. This video tells the story of why Betamax failed. This is one of three videos in a series on marketplace failures of technological objects. http://www.engineerguy.com/failure.

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              • UIUC Student Debt Awareness

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                College, because everyone's doing it.

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                • Preparing for Girls' Day Hinamatsuri at Japan House!

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                  Watch our interns setting up the Hina doll display at Japan House at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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                  • B LOYAL Challenge 2013 - Young Alumni

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                    The College of Business at ILLINOIS challenges all young alumni from classes 2001-2012 to participate in giving back to their alma mater. Through the B LOYAL Challenge, if we reach 802 young alumni donors to the College of Business through June 30, 2013, all gifts will be matched by our B LOYAL Challengers, Aaron and Kim Arth, DOUBLING the impact you can make on the College! All gifts, no matter the size, will make an incredible difference if everyone participates! Make your gift today at business.illinois.edu/b-loyal.

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                    • A Midsummer Nights Dream - Act V

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                      From the What You Will Shakespeare Company at UIUC, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Act 5 of 5, Epilog and Cast Bows). 18:56

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