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Walking Through Walls is Philip Smith's astonishing memoir of growing up in a household where seances, talking spirits, and exorcisms were daily occurrences, and inexplicable psychic healings resulted in visitors suddenly discarding their crutches and wheelchairs or being cured of fatal diseases.
19 Aug 2008
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"Into Tomorrow" broadcasts from IFA 2008 in Berlin, Germany. Dave Graveline interviews Des Power from Philips.
31 Aug 2008
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Quaker pastor and author Philip Gulley reads from one of his latest stories, "My Father's Religion." Visit Philip's website at www.philipgulley****
18 Sep 2008
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Philip Hilm, WSOP 2007 hero, made his first poker TV appearance when he came third at the EPT Copenhagen in 2006. Also featuring Markus Gonsalves. TV commentary from Colin Murray and John Duthie.
2 Jan 2009
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Philips brand new DECT baby monitors with no signal interference. A cute tv commercial with baby singing.
11 Oct 2008
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Philips brand new DECT baby monitors with no signal interference. Singing DJ Baby funny commercial
7 Nov 2008
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Philips Aurea 2 AmbiLight LCD TV, the new generation of television. High performance, best quality
9 Jan 2009
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Over the past 15 years, many U.S. and Canadian college campuses have asked famed pioneer of the Supercomputer and Internet, Philip Emeagwali, to speak on Africa Night, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and during Black History Month. Last year, he delivered a dozen high-profile keynote addresses at colleges and high-tech conferences around the United States. His speeches can be found on YouTube and are known to provoke an avalanche of commentary and debates on blogs, in newspapers and magazine articles, and in letters to editors around the world. Please review the info below and contact me for additional information. Regards, Donita Brown Booking Secretary 202-203-8724 801-640-9971 (fax) donitaemeagwali**** LONG BIOGRAPHY "An Unsung Hero" by TIME magazine SHORT BIOGRAPHY Philip Emeagwali — war survivor, supercomputer pioneer, and according to readers of London-based New African magazine, history's 35th greatest person of African descent — has been described by President Bill Clinton as "one of the great minds of the Information Age," as well as "the Bill Gates of Africa." He has been called "a father of the Internet" by CNN and TIME. Emeagwali won the 1989 Gordon Bell Prize, the Nobel Prize of supercomputing. SPEAKING STYLE Philip Emeagwali's high-content presentations will be customized to fit with your event theme. Regardless of the type of event, you can count on Emeagwali to use his unique skills of creativity, metaphor and innovation, and the hard-won lessons learned from them, to align his presentation closely with your goals. He will also assist listeners as they learn how to create innovative strategies for success in life. Emeagwali brings abstract ideas to life with his energy, emotion and passion. His lectures on incisive contemporary, technological and futuristic issues that affect the African Diaspora receive standing ovations and have a sense of longevity that finds expression in newspaper headlines and rave reviews on thousands of Web sites long after they are delivered. ONE SHEET INTRODUCTION (video) TOPICS creativity, innovation, diversity, globalization, futurism, internet and technology [We have one-sheets for each topic.] Most requested topics: brain drain, intellectual capital, poverty alleviation, Internet, youth motivation, assemblies, black history, Martin Luther King, Independence and Africa Days Lectures. BACKGROUND INDUSTRY A famed pioneer of the Supercomputer and Internet that was recognized by CNN and Time magazine as "a father of the Internet" and by then president Bill Clinton "one of the great minds of the Information Age," as well as "the Bill Gates of Africa." TESTIMONIALS "One of the great minds of the Information Age" — Bill Clinton, The White House "A Father of the Internet" — CNN "Unsung hero ... The Web owes much of its existence to Philip Emeagwali" — Time magazine "History's 35th greatest African" — New African magazine poll "I have never come across such a speech concentrated on solving the problem of Africa." — Aster Sagai (born in Eritrea), London, England "Sir, I must say that your speech on that faithful day have enabled me to rediscover myself, and also reminds me that Africa has great potentials that can make Africa rise to its glory." — Sunday Isoni "Your article [speech transcript] is the most inspirational document I have ever come across my whole life." --- Born in Ghana, living in Minnesota, USA. "I read with tears in my eyes the brain drain article [speech transcript]. Oh good lord!" — Gboyega VIDEO TESTIMONIALS "The Bill Gates of Africa" — Bill Clinton We Booked Emeagwali" — Meeting Planner We Booked Emeagwali" — Meeting Planner
23 Nov 2008
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*******www.lcdtv-plasmatv**** Presentation of the Philips LCD Flat Panel TV, Sony Wega 3LCD TV and Panasonic Plasma TV. Win!
6 Jan 2009
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For 18 months award-winning director Scott Hicks followed the legendary composer Philip Glass across three continents, creating a remarkable portrait of one of the greatest artists of all time. *******www.kochlorberfilms****/product.asp?ID=KLF-3164
22 Jan 2009
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How to make your one ( philips) living colors lamp for just $ 10!!!
10 Mar 2009
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Philips cd recorder system
5 Mar 2009
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