1. Scene In Action

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    Inspired by the abstract expressionist art found in the Anderson Collection, and the Cantor’s special exhibition Robert Frank in America, “Scene in Action” is the culmination of a summer Stanford Arts Intensive choreographic workshop and performance seminar by the same name. The performance is choreographed by Stanford Dance faculty member Aleta Hayes.

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    • Meyer Demolition

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      A few snippets of the demolition of Meyer Library at Stanford University, filmed on February 20, 2015.

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      • Worldview Stanford

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        Worldview Stanford creates interdisciplinary learning experiences about the future to help prepare leaders for the challenges ahead. Our programs start online with eight hours of multi-media content. Participants then come to Stanford for an immersive three-day experience, interacting with faculty and local innovators, collaborating on case studies, and visiting labs to see cutting-edge research. Our diverse participants represent governments, Fortune 500 companies and start-ups, and major philanthropies and nonprofits from around the world. http://worldview.stanford.edu

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        • State of the Schools 2015- Felipe Guillen excerpts

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          • Cyber Summit: Michael McFaul on why the White House chose Stanford

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            Michael McFaul, former United States Ambassador to Russia and Director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, explains why the White House chose Stanford University for a summit on cybersecurity.

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            • Improving the Odds of Preservation

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              David S. H. Rosenthal Chief Scientist, LOCKSS Program Stanford University Attempts have been made, for various types of digital content, to measure the probability of preservation. The consensus is about 50%. Thus the rate of loss to future readers from “never preserved” vastly exceeds that from all other causes, such as bit rot and format obsolescence. Will persisting with current preservation technologies improve the odds of preservation? If not, what changes are needed to improve them? http://www.lockss.org/ http://blog.dshr.org/2014/12/talk-at-fall-cni.html Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2014 Membership Meeting December 8-9, 2014 Washington, DC cni.org/mm/fall-2014/

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              • Work on a breath-through on-line course about Martin Luther King Jr. announced at Stanford University

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                The 24-part course is being created by Stanford History Professor Clayborne Carson, who is also director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Research Institute. Carson, who has been editing King's documents for 30 years says the course will reveal new insights in who was and what he accomplished. Many of the documents that will be released in the course have never been seen or published except for a small circle of scholars. The course will allow any one with an internet connection to see to see them.

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                • LEGO - Discovery Video - ME314 - Stanford University

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                  The goals of this assignment are: 1) make a discovery regarding the user’s behavior with or attitude towards the product(s), 2) capture the users’ experience and feelings (body language, facial expressions, and comments), 3) organize, interpret, and convey your team’s insights through the editing of your video.

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                  • Understanding Domestic and International Law in a Cybersecurity World

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                    Experts at Stanford talked about the Law, domestic and international in the world of the internet - what works and what doesn't. It was part of a high-level three day meeting of senior congressional aides, Silicon Valley executives and academics. The Congressional Cyber Security Boot Camp August 18-20 2014 sponsored by the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) and the Hoover Institution.

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                    • Amy Zegart and Space Security

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                      CISAC Co-Director Amy Zegart talks about the importance of dialogue between the military and academia regarding space security. She and other FSI scholars visited Vandenberg Air Force Base on Jan. 29, 2014, to meet with senior military officers and space experts to discuss space security and international policies that can protect the outer limits.

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