1. How to Get Over a Million HIts on YouTube (Episode 11) MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE BRAIN; The Life and Science of Dr. Marian Diamond


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    Episode 11. YouTube + Anatomy + Diamond = 1.7 Million Hits. For decades, Dr. Marian Diamonds perenially popular lecture class, Integrative Biology 131 "Human Anatomy", filled to capacity the 750 seats in Wheeler Auditorium, the largest classroom at the University of California, Berkeley. So in 2005, when a new-fangled thing called YouTube launched, her class was the natural first choice to video tape and put on line - the entire 40 lecture series. 5 years later, thanks to the internet, Dr. Diamond's "Anatomy" class was the second most popular college class in the world, approximately 1.7 million hits on YouTube. See why for yourself. You'll never look at your own body the same way again. You might even learn something - about Anatomy, about excellence in teaching, about how to succeed on YouTube. And if you are motivated to attend the class yourself after watching, lecture 1 "The Organization of the Body" is here, waiting for you. Enjoy! video file: YouTube edit v2 EXPORT-Vim HD 720

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    • LoL-Dojo S1L1: Warding (Part 1/4 - Toplane warding)


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      This is the first lecture of the 1st season of LoL-Dojo. I hope you enjoy!

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      • New Nordic


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        Images from the NEW NORDIC event occurred on April 9th 2015. The event showcased modern Scandinavian design collections from respected design makers including Design House Stockholm, Muuto, Norman Copenhagen, Iittala, Menu and Marimekko. Anders Färdig, the founder and president of Design House Stockholm, gave a great presentation on Nordic Design, "now and then." Related topic conversation between Anders Färdig and Zinc Details's owner Vas Kiniris is available here: https://soundcloud.com/zinc-details/new-nordic-anders-fardig-in-conversation-with-vas-kiniris .

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        • The Onomatophore of the Anthropocene


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          Written and performed by Bronislaw Szerszynski Images by Adam York Gregory

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          • 2015-04-15_Philippa Howden-Chapman


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            The Team Philippa Howden Chapman Michael Baker Julian Crane Nevil Pierse Michael Keall Lucy Telfar Barnard Ramona Tiatia Helen Viggers Elinor Chisholm Nicholas Preval Jianhua Zhang Caroline L Shorter Xiaohua Xu( Jasmine Xu) Julie Bennett Sarah Bierre Kate Amore Kim O'Sullivan Phillipa Barnes G M Fougere Kristin Wickens Sara Fraser Clare Aspinall Chris Cunningham Robyn Phipps Mikael Boulic Cheryl Davies Malcolm Cunningham Ralph Chapman Shirlee-Marie Wilton Janice Kang Research Interests and Activities Giving this lecture, Philippa Howden-Chapman is a professor of public health at the University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand, where she teaches public policy. She is director of He Kainga Oranga/ Housing and Health Research Programme and the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities. She has conducted a number of randomised community housing trials in partnership with local communities, which have had a major influence on housing, health and energy policy. She has a strong interest in reducing inequalities in the determinants of health and has published widely in this area, receiving a number of awards for her work. She is currently the chair of the WHO Housing and Health Guideline Development Group and was a member of the Children’s Commissioner’s Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty. Publications Keall, M. D., Pierse, N., Howden-Chapman, P., Cunningham, C., Cunningham, M., Guria, J., & Baker, M. G. (2015). Home modifications to reduce injuries from falls in the Home Injury Prevention Intervention (HIPI) study: A cluster-randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 385(9964), 231-238. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61006-0 Telfar Barnard, L. F., Baker, M. G., Hales, S., & Howden-Chapman, P. (2015). Novel use of three administrative datasets to establish a cohort for environmental health research. BMC Public Health, 15, 246. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-1580-1 Howden-Chapman, P., & Preval, N. (2014). Cobenefits of insulating houses: Research evidence and policy implications. In R. Cooper, E. Burton & C. L. Cooper (Eds.), Wellbeing: A complete reference guide (Vol. II): Wellbeing and the Environment. (pp. 607-625). Wiley-Blackwell. doi: 10.1002/9781118539415 Giesinger, I., Goldblatt, P., Howden-Chapman, P., Marmot, M., Kuh, D., & Brunner, E. (2014). Association of socioeconomic position with smoking and mortality: The contribution of early life circumstances in the 1946 birth cohort. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 68(3), 275-279. doi: 10.1136/jech-2013-203159 O'Sullivan, K. C., Viggers, H. E., & Howden-Chapman, P. L. (2014). The influence of electricity prepayment meter use on household energy behaviour. Sustainable Cities & Society, 13, 182-191. doi: 10.1016/j.scs.2013.10.004

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            • En direct du Ku'damm !


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              Les entretiens du directeur Fabrice Gabriel reviennent à l'Institut Français de Berlin ! Découvrez ici le Berlin amoureux du duo Modiano-Van Poehl. Une lecture musicale nous a été proposée.

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              • Laziness


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                Cut in lecture is due to the microphone shutting off. To contact Rabbi Mizrachi directly please visit http://www.divineinformation.com/cont... Rabbi Mizrachi is a world renowned speaker proving that the Torah given to us by Moshe is divine without any doubt. Visit http://www.divineinformation.com/ for other lectures, events, DVD's, and more!

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                • Increasing walking and cycling in NZ cities: The Model Communities Programme


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                  Seminar: Increasing walking and cycling in NZ cities Presented by: Ralph Chapman, Michael Keall & Sarah Free You are warmly invited to hear about our new study showing that the Model Communities Programme, which provided government funding for walking and cycling in two NZ cities, has been successful in stopping the general decline in healthy, active travel. We will also discuss Wellington’s progress on cycling infrastructure. Speakers: Michael Keall, Ralph Chapman, Sarah Free. Time: Thursday 16th April 2015, noon – 1 pm, Place: Adam Auditorium, City Gallery, ground floor, Civic Square, 101 Wakefield St, Wellington. The Model Communities Programme provided government funding for walking and cycling infrastructure and promotion in New Plymouth and Hastings. This was an opportunity for researchers to run an innovative series of surveys to estimate changes in walking and cycling in these two cities, compared to two other New Zealand cities that were not receiving the same programme. Michael and Ralph will discuss results that showed a large and statistically significant increase in the proportion of trips that were made on foot and bike, indicating that the Model Communities Programme has been successful in stopping a general declining trend for healthy, active travel. In 2014 Wellington City Council committed to a greatly increased annual expenditure of $4.3 million on cycling infrastructure. Since then NZTA and the government have become involved with promises of extra funding for high quality commuter cycleways. Sarah Free will talk about progress to date: the successes, the pitfalls and the challenge to gain more widespread support for cycling infrastructure. --- Dr Michael Keall Injury epidemiologist in the Department of Public Health, University of Otago, Wellington Michael’s current research interests include exposure assessment for housing, roads and vehicles, and travel behaviour. He is a lead researcher in the MBIE-funded Resilient Urban Futures programme, in particular the ACTIVE study, an evaluation of cycling and walking infrastructure and encouragement in two local authorities. Dr Ralph Chapman Associate professor and director of the Graduate Programme in Environmental Studies, Victoria University of Wellington Ralph is a member of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities and a researcher on the ACTIVE study. His interests centre on policies that address the problem of climate change, including housing, energy, transport, and urban policies. His work in New Zealand has mainly been with government agencies, and internationally with the OECD, for example in expert groups reviewing the environmental performance of various countries. He has worked for 25 years on climate change policy, including as a negotiator of the Kyoto Protocol for the New Zealand government. Sarah Free Wellington City Councillor Sarah was elected in 2013 on a platform of improving community resilience, transport choices and supporting local businesses. She has campaigned on many transport-related matters including reduced bus fares, more bus shelters, better cycling infrastructure and measures to improve pedestrian safety. She is proud to have put the new Kilbirnie cycle/walkway on the table.

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                  • Innowiz In A Box 2015


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                    Innowiz In A Box is a yearly event that offers a platform to creative facilitators and design thinkers who have developed their own tangible creativity tool. It aims to match suppliers and spotters of creativity tools in a series of hands-on, dynamic, case based WORKSHOPS. http://innowiz.be/innowiz-in-a-box.aspx

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                    • Parashat Shemini


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                      Rabbi Mizrachi is a world renowned speaker proving that the Torah given to us by Moshe is divine without any doubt. Visit divineinformation.com/ for other lectures, events, DVD's, and more! Hebrew www.facebook.com/RabbiMizrachi English www.facebook.com/RabbiYosefMizrachi Divine Information 2.0 App for IOS ttps://itunes.apple.com/app/id925823143 Divine Information App for Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mizrachi.divineinformation

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