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Visit *******dailysource****/palin - the most comprehensive page of information on vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on the Internet. More details on this video are there. The page has in-depth research, videos, audio clips, and links to hundreds of articles. Because this wealth of knowledge exists that many don't know about, please email it to as many people as possible and let people in discussion groups know about it: *******dailysource****/palin The sites editors and volunteers include an Emmy-award winning CNN reporter, the former operating editor of the Christian Science Monitors web site, the former head of NPRs News Blog and the Executive Director of the Online News Association - *******dailysource****/about/team The Daily Source has the highest quality news from hundreds of sites around the Internet all in one place along with cool videos, amazing photography, lighthearted news and live chats - *******dailysource****/ Click here for ways you can help - *******dailysource****/about/waysyoucanhelp To make a donation to support this work, visit - *******dailysource****/donation Thanks
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Visit *******dailysource****/palin - the most comprehensive page of information on vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on the Internet. More details on this video are there. The page has in-depth research, videos, audio clips, and links to hundreds of articles. Because this wealth of knowledge exists that many don't know about, please email it to as many people as possible and let people in discussion groups know about it: *******dailysource****/palin The sites editors and volunteers include an Emmy-award winning CNN reporter, the former operating editor of the Christian Science Monitors web site, the former head of NPRs News Blog and the Executive Director of the Online News Association - *******dailysource****/about/team The Daily Source has the highest quality news from hundreds of sites around the Internet all in one place along with cool videos, amazing photography, lighthearted news and live chats - *******dailysource****/ Click here for ways you can help - *******dailysource****/about/waysyoucanhelp To make a donation to support this work, visit - *******dailysource****/donation Thanks
19 Sep 2008
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Want to Subscribe? Sign in to YouTube now! Sign in with your Google Account! *******www.MORVacationsAmer... True perpetual leve... *******www.MORVacationsAmerica**** True perpetual leverage is explained by MOR Vacations and Team Cutting Edge team leader Dean Marino. He provides his {MOR Vacations} members with leadership and support and says the true perpetual leverage payplan MOR Vacations offers is the best. Marino is the MOR Vacations travel expert, but he realizes that members want to earn money with {perpetual leverage}. Before he became a founding member with MOR Vacations, Marino coordinated training for the largest and most successful group in a major travel program that did not offer the perpetual leverage payplan. He hosts live MOR Vacations web presentations and live MOR Vacations group training Marino sees many reasons why team members with {MOR Vacations} Members Only Resort Vacations are having such great success. He says its a great vacation club membership and a great compensation plan with perpetual leverage. The perpetual leverage payplan allows members to earn matching commissions to unlimited depth. MOR Vacations pays 75% commissions with perpetual leverage. Marino coordinated marketing training for the largest and most successful group in a major home based travel business from 2005 until earlier this year. His students learned and succeeded in internet marketing as well as personal branding as well as various off line marketing methods. Marino says his years of experience taught him that there is a perfect marketing plan for everyone out there. He explained that some marketers like to talk with lots of prospects on the phone and others hate it. Several have had success with face to face marketing, while for others marketing is a one on one relationship with the computer. Marino loves the MOR Vacations membership, but in this video, he is concerned with explaining perpetual leverage. Marino is recognized as a true home based travel business expert and he likes the superior travel membership offered by MOR Vacations. The network marketing business involves much more than just the great true perpetual leverage payplan. Travel club memberships with {MOR Vacations} provide one week condo and pool home vacations that start at just $149. That alone could be responsible for the success of MOR Vacations, but there's more. MOR Vacations offers over 5400 resort locations and members can select from hundreds of thousands of weeks that are available. Take a great vacation club and add perpetual leverage and you have MOR Vacations. While many realize the right marketing plan is their key to success, Marino makes sure they start out knowing they have a great product to market. The superior product of MOR Vacations is only part of the success story. Has perpetual leverage and zero percent financing ever been offered before? Marino says financing the MOR Vacations memberships at zero percent financing is another key to member success. MOR Vacations members with Dean Marino are provided with a free marketing system that includes an auto responder. In addition to the great MOR Vacations travel product and free marketing system, Marino sees another reason for the success his MOR Vacations team members are having. His Cutting Edge Team members with MOR Vacations are getting more support than they have ever seen marketing anything in the home based business arena and that equals success. Marino is well known for the member support he provides, but perpetual leverage is one more reason. Marino's MOR Vacations members plug their prospects into multimedia web presentations hosted by Marino as well as several conference calls each week. Marino explains the advantages of perpetual leverage in his webinars. Multiple web platforms are also used for his MOR Vacations group training. His MOR Vacations group members can access recorded training day and night and Marino is available for consultations and one-on-one market plan training and help 7 days a week.
20 Sep 2008
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Keyword Niche Market Research & SEO Competitor Analysis ~ Discover where the traffic is in your online market, uncover niche markets for your products PLUS an in depth analysis of the SEO competitors in your market.
22 Sep 2008
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Over the course of human history there have been many men who have stood out amongst the rest. Whether writers of fiction, great physicians or even politicians, these men may in fact share a common purpose, regardless of the age they lived in. What Wise Men Do analyses various great men such as: Paracelsus Grand Master Pinto of the Knights of Malta Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Jules Verne H. G. Wells Bram Stoker King Canute Bob Kane (creator of Batman) In this series of investigations a thread of truth is discovered, revealing an inner yearning linked to our own evolutionary path and shared by each and every one of the individuals in question. What Wise Men Do, investigates concepts of magic as seen in each age and questions the truth of the statements against modern science and even theoretical science. In each case some new and startling discovery is made, making this compelling book a revelation from chapter to chapter. Collated from a series of films and recent researches this book goes in-depth into the heart of the mind itself. To register for a copy or for speeches and interviews email michaelreal2can**** and we'll let you know on launch.
24 Sep 2008
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Sean Salisbury gives us some in-depth analysis of the third week of NFL action. In this first segment, he shakes down the early games. Watch Part 2 Go to: *******www.opensports****/ for more great videos.
24 Sep 2008
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Sean Salisbury gives us some in-depth analysis of the third week of NFL action. In the second segment, he picks apart the late games. Watch Part 1 Go to: *******www.opensports****/ for more great videos.
25 Sep 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/09/power-bloggers.html GigaOM, VentureBeat and ReadWriteWeb will be part of expanded technology coverage at the NYTimes****, the paper announced today. The announcement is part of a redesign of business pages along with a major increase in coverage in a number of sectors including "green" tech and economic issues. The redesigned page goes live today. Yesterday I interviewed Vindu Goel, deputy technology editor at The Times about the expanded coverage including the arrangement with the power bloggers and the hiring of new staff reporters. He said that the content from the blogs will start to surface on the paper's pages in October. He said that the blogs will send a feed of selected posts, five of which will be posted at a time. The posts will reside on The Times and will have button back to the blog's home page. This development is similar to the Washington Post's syndication deal with paidContent and TechCrunch. Both blogs have a prominent location on the paper's tech page. Last night I reached Matt Marshall, the editor and CEO of VentureBeat. He sent me this statement. "The deal with the Times is just great for VentureBeat. It’s an endorsement of something we’ve been working hard to achieve, which is to publish content that is credible, edited, engaging and informative. It brings us potentially millions of more readers, and brings the companies we write about tons of more exposure." Here's what Richard MacManus of RWW told us. "This is great news for us, because it brings our brand of web technology news, reviews and analysis to a much wider audience. It also means that the innovative and often little known startups we write about daily get a chance to be seen in a mainstream publication. The New York Times has a reputation for quality and in-depth journalism, attributes that we strive for on ReadWriteWeb - so we're excited about this partnership. This is also further vindication that blogs are increasingly being accepted as mainstream news and analysis providers." Here's Om's post. Here's Vindu's. Andy Plesser, Executive Producer Disclosure: Beet Media has done video production services for The New York Times Company.
25 Sep 2008
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Here I go a little more in depth to show how I fixed my Xbox 360 when It started reading games like they were DVD Videos. There are ways of getting the 360 open without the tool I use but it is hard without having six arms and the luck of the Irish... You can go to for step by step case removal instructions and to get the tools you will want.
6 Oct 2008
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Michel Mañanes plays Rachmaninoff Moment Musical Moment op.16 No. 4.All this pieces are played in an "Antique Bösendorfer". Has won first prize in several young piano competitions. He is Piano Teacher in Madrid and continue to give concerts.Rachmaninov Moment Musical.Classical concert pianist. *******www.geocities****/pianistmananes/index.html Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff[a] (Russian: Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов, Sergej Vasil'evič Rakhmaninov, 1 April 1873 [O.S. 20 March]--28 March 1943) was a Russian composer, pianist, and conductor. He was one of the finest pianists of his day and, as a composer, the last great representative of Russian late Romanticism in classical music. Early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and other Russian composers gave way to a thoroughly personal idiom which included a pronounced lyricism, expressive breadth, structural ingenuity and a tonal palette of rich, distinctive orchestral colors.[1] Understandably, the piano figures prominently in Rachmaninoff's compositional output, either as a solo instrument or as part of an ensemble. He made it a point, however, to use his own skills as a performer to explore fully the expressive possibilities of the instrument. Even in his earliest works, he revealed a sure grasp of idiomatic piano writing and a striking gift for melody. In some of his early orchestral pieces he showed the first signs of a talent for tone painting, which he would perfect in The Isle of the Dead,[2] and he began to show a similar penchant for vocal writing in two early sets of songs, Opp. 4 and 8.[3] Rachmaninoff's masterpiece, however, is his choral symphony The Bells, in which all of his talents are fused and unified.[4] Rachmaninoff sometimes felt threatened by the success of modernists such as Scriabin and Prokofiev and wondered whether to cease composing even before he left Russia.[5] His musical philosophy was rooted in the Russian spiritual tradition, where the role of the artist was to create beauty and to speak the truth from the depths of his heart.[6] In his last major interview, in 1941, he admitted his music, like Russian music, was a product of his temperament.[7] He said, on another occasion, "The new kind of music seems to create not from the heart but from the head. Its composers think rather than feel. They have not the capacity to make their works exalt—they meditate, protest, analyze, reason, calculate and brood, but they do not exalt."[8] Presto is in ternary form with a coda. The piece begins with a fortissimo introduction with a thick texture in the left hand consisting of chromatic sextuplets. The melody is a "rising quasi-military" idea, interspersed between replications of the left hand figure,[6] the mostly two-note melody being a strong unifying element.[1] The middle section is a brief period of pianississimo falling figures in the right hand and rising scales in the left. The third section is marked Più vivo (more life) and is played even faster than the intro, 112 quarter notes per minute.[14] At this point the piece develops a very thick texture, with the original left hand figure played in both hands in varying registers. The technique of rapidly change the octave in which a melody is played, sometimes called "registral displacement", is used to present the figure in a more dramatic form that increases the intensity of the ending.The ending, a coda in Prestissimo (very quick), 116 quarter notes per minute, is a final, sweeping reiteration of the theme that closes in a heavy E minor chord,[14] which revisits Rachmaninoff's preoccupation with bell sounds, prominent in his Piano Concerto No. 2 and Prelude in C-sharp minor (Op. 3, No. 2). The piece is a major exercise in endurance and accuracy: the introduction opens in a left hand figure requiring span of a tenth interval. Additionally, octave intervals invariably appear before fast sextuplet runs, making quick wrists and arm action necessary. The double melodies Rachmaninoff uses in this work exists purposely to "keep both hands occupied," obscuring the melody and making it difficult for the right hand to project.
28 Sep 2008
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*******www.thereibrain****/irealty - Watch this in-depth video review of iRealtymanager**** as a web based property management software for rental property owners. Also, bonuses and discounts inside...
27 Sep 2008
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17cm long vernier caliper is ideal for precise measurement. Vernier calipers can measure internal dimensions, external dimensions, depth measurements by the use of a probe that is attached to the movable head and slides along the centre of the body...
27 Sep 2008
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Watch the Gasoline News Network’s in-depth coverage of the Americans for a Gunk-Free Nation rally. Reporter Tank Fuller dives into Gunk and doesn’t come up for air until he gets the whole dirty story.
30 Sep 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/09/dvd-ripper-goes.html RealDVD, a legal program that allows consumers to burn an unlimited number of DVDs on up to five PCs, will go on sale today at www.realdvd**** for $29.95. I interviewed RealNetworks VP of Video Product and Development Jeff Chasen in the Beet offices earlier this month, where he gave me a demonstration of the program. The uploaded files are encrypted to prevent illegal sharing, but the five-PC rule makes it possible for users to grow their video library by uploading the DVDs of friends, or even DVDs of service like Netflix. Chasen assured me the service was lawful, citing the unsuccessful suit of Kaleidescape for its movie jukebox as a legal precedent. Andy Greenberg at Forbes explored the possible legal pitfalls of the service in more depth, and concluded that although RealDVD has a compelling fair use argument, they're still treading relatively untested grounds. Legal questions aside, we're impressed with this product's sleek interface and easy-to-use sorting function. Saving the large movie files pretty much requires the purchase of an external hard drive, but it seems worth it for what you get in return. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer UPDATE: The Hollywood movie studios wasted no time in making threats against the product, and RealNetworks Home Entertainment announced this morning that it is filing suit against Hollywood studios to protect consumers' fair-use rights with RealDVD. The declaratory judgment will be filed against DVD Copy Control Association, Inc., Disney Enterprises, Inc., Paramount Pictures Corp., Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, NBC Universal, Inc., Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. and Viacom, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. For now, the product is still available for purchase. The press release about DVD Copy Control Association's unsuccessful suit against Kaleidescape, a similar product, can be read here. "Having lost the case once, the major studios are now trying to get a different result by going to a different court," RealNetworks said in an official statement. This time, the studios would have more to lose; RealDVD is available at a consumer-friendly price and could have wide appeal, whereas Kaleidescape cost over $14,000. If RealNetworks prevails in their suit, it will have huge implications for the DVD industry and the future of fair-use rights.
1 Oct 2008
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A in depth look and review of EyeTV, a device that lets you watch TV on your Apple Mac computer by your greatest teen podcast, TeenCast. By the way, we know that the video has some cuts in it. We had to make some edits since the actual video was 25 minutes long. All the other things on our agenda will be discussed in different videos. This review is part of a 4 part video series. Email us at techworldme**** if you have any questions.
1 Oct 2008
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Holding a lens the wrong way round on top of your attached lens on your Digital SLR camera can get you some amazing eye photos. See the depth of your soul!!!
1 Oct 2008
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