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FRED discovers and lays down his first challenge!
FRED ThrowDown !!!
(2.1) Fred's Grandma has come to live with him and Fred discovers the truth about where his Mom has been.
FRED WANTS A FRIEND!! --
Fred Brown demonstrates new Apple iPhone at Makino's Las Vegas.
Jackie and Dunlap on Bush, Lieberman, and Fred.
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http://www.236.com Keith Olbermann pointed out that during his speech on Tuesday night at the RN, Fred Thompson cleared his throat approximately 70 times. Here's a montage. Watch more at http://www.236.com/video
(2.4) Fred's excited his mom's coming home from rehab and knows he's doing a great job at Grease rehearsals since Miss Amy told him he doesn't have to come every day!
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"People are going to be more conservative," says venture capitalist Fred Wilson in a video interview with Tech Confidential about the impact of the crisis in the capital markets on the technology industry.
"Everyone's going to think harder about writing a check for anything," says Wilson, whose Union Square Ventures backs microblogging firm Twitter Inc. and other Web 2.0 startups. "There are times when people want to take risks and times when people don't want to take risks. Clearly, no one's going to want to take risks right now."
For entrepreneurs, that means it will be harder to raise money. But not impossible. "Good ideas are still going to get funded," says Wilson, who squeezed in a quick chat with us at Web 2.0 Expo between giving a presentation and watching one by Maria Thomas, new CEO of his portfolio company Etsy Inc.
One major reason Internet companies are less vulnerable today than a decade ago: They cost less than one tenth to operate than they did then.
"Most companies back then had million-dollar-a-month burn rates," Wilson says. "Today, Union Square's portfolio companies are spending $50,000 to $70,000 a month, or $600,000 to $700,000 for the whole year. In this environment, that's a much healthier place to be."
Check back later for video interviews with conference organizer Tim O'Reilly, the creators of online video show Lonelygirl15 and others.
Healthy living - Episode 319,
The Benefits of Forgiveness with Dr. Fred Luskin - Part 1,
Air date: July 30, 2007 (AW - 20070730)
Healthy Living - Episode 326,
The Benefits of Forgiveness with Dr. Fred Luskin - Part 2,
Air date: August 6, 2007 (AW - 20070806)
Josh has lost hope in life. There is no communication with Fred Savage, Brendan comes over to get some food. Josh get's saved...unexpectedly.
(2.8) Fred enters the race for Kindergarten president so he can make a difference. FRED: He Can!
Fred enters the race for Kindergarten president so he can make a difference. FRED: He Can!
Fred Johnson sings a lovely rendition of "Holy, Holy, Holy" Fred is from Louisville, Kentucky and is member of Temple of Faith Baptist Church. Fred sings and plays bass for his church. Thank you for your votes! God bless.
(2.8.a) "FRED: He Can" -- Fred's Kindergarten campaign video putting his classmates first, trying to win their votes. He's sure to win!!