1. Birkeland CBC Radio One

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    from Cara Birkeland Added 168 0 0

    Interview with Cara Birkeland and Customers, by Jennifer Chen and Stephen Quinn. Aired on CBC Radio One, On The Coast, February 27, 2012. -- With sounds of the Birkeland Carding Machine from the 1880s and the original Birkeland Phone from 1939.

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    • The Human Hieroglyph

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      from Cory Livengood Added 14 0 0

      We shed some light on one of the oldest art forms known to man.

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      • WEDDING IN DUBROVNIK

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        from DUBROVNIK - VSP VIDEO Added 112 0 0

        vspvideo.hr - a beautifull lovestory created of two parts - the first one is like an old movie with some shaky shots, but the other part is very slow and emotional

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        • 2b The Origins of ADB

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          from ADB: Reflections and Beyond Added 15 0 0

          The origins of ADB stretch to the Bandung Conference of 1955 but concrete developments began in 1963. The organization’s charter was modeled after that of the World Bank but with major differences.

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          • Fae :: My Zion

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            from Sam Picklesimer Added 124 6 2

            Meet Fae Anderson Picklesimer, a 96-year-old adventurer whose love of exploring and nature was influenced by growing up in the shadows of Zion National Park in Southern Utah. Born the same year Zion was established in 1919, Fae has traveled and explored the world, served her country and her community, raised three children and numerous grand/great-grandchildren...and instilled in me the same love of this beautiful world through my childhood summers rising at 4AM to hike with her in Zion. This is the prologue to a series of short documentary films about her life that I will soon be sharing.

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            • +18 adults only! baris dilaver_ CV

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              Monument (Röyksopp) Make a space For my body. Dig a hole. Push the sides apart. This is what I'm controlling. It's a moat The inside that I carve. This will my monument This will be a beacon when I'm gone Gone, gone When I'm gone Gone, gone When I'm gone So that when the moment comes, I can say I did it all with love Love, love All with love Love, love All with love Make a cast Of my body. Pull back out, So that I can see. Let go of How you knew me. Let go of What I used to be. I will let this monument Represent a moment of my life Life, life Of my life Life, life Of my life I will let this monument Represent a moment of my life Life, life Of my life Life, life Of my life Make a cast Of my body. Pull back out, So that I can see. Let go of How you knew me. Let go of What I used to be.

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              • Historian Georges Michel's Reflections on Post Earthquake Haiti

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                from Ashley Ellis Added 134 0 0

                This commentary from Dr. Georges Michel is a portion of the interview I conducted with him in Port Au Prince, a little more than 100 days after the earthquake that devastated the Haitian capital in 2010.

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                • Franek

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                  from Bartek Tryzna Added 462 15 5

                  Narrator: Ryszard Doliński, Franek: Mateusz Suproń, Kolega: Przemek Dorożko, Ojciec: Jerzy Stpiczyński, Matka: Małgorzata Tryzna, Babcia: Irena Chrzanowska, Pan Gołosa: Jacek Tryzna, Wujkowie: Bartek i Krzysztof Tryzna Ekipa Realizacja: Bartek Tryzna, Niezastąpiona pomoc: Monika Stpiczyńska, Dźwięk: Szymon Kubas, Korekcja koloru: Krzysztof Kiziewicz i Sylwester Łukaszuk

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                  • City of Virtues: Nanjing in an Age of Utopian Visions (Chuck Wooldridge)

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                    Throughout Nanjing’s history, writers have claimed that its spectacular landscape of mountains and rivers imbued the city with “royal qi,” making it a place of great political significance. City of Virtues examines the ways a series of visionaries, drawing on past glories of the city, projected their ideologies onto Nanjing as they constructed buildings, performed rituals, and reworked the literary heritage of the city. More than an urban history of Nanjing from the late 18th century until 1911―encompassing the Opium War, the Taiping occupation of the city, the rebuilding of the city by Zeng Guofan, and attempts to establish it as the capital of the Republic of China―this study shows how utopian visions of the cosmos shaped Nanjing’s path through the turbulent 19th century. ―University of Washington Press

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