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Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Faya'd speaks one-on-one with The Media Line's Felice Friedson
25 Feb 2009
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Arianna is one of the US Filmmakers, leaving from NY. Watch her piece and understand her reasons for participating in this project! ******* Distributed by Tubemogul.
14 Aug 2009
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James L. Wolfensohn, the Mideast Quartet's first envoy, joins The Media Line's Felice Friedson in a look at the Israeli-Palestinian peace process -- assessing what was and what needs to be.
27 Oct 2009
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Exposing the Truth through the process of CRITICAL THINKING - INDEPENDENT THOUGHT. THE BAND - "SLOKA" 4 guys - muscians/songwriters - we play and write all kinds of music. Go to the webiste and listen. SLOKA providing material that includes various commercially viable music styles and presenting it for marketing and distribution. This is accomplished through; radio, commercials, TV feature films, internet, consumer products, merchandise and live presentations.
18 Feb 2007
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December 2006 (Medialink) -- Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCV's) are slated to be all the rage for the future and may revolutionize on-road transportation in the next few years. This new emerging technology has the potential to significantly reduce energy use and harmful emissions, as well as our dependence on foreign oil. The first Fuel Cell Vehicle with a radius of 250 miles at the largest distance to date at is debuting at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show for the first time, supporting that FCV's are sustainable as a viable technology. Fueled with pure hydrogen gas onboard in high-pressure tanks, they can also be fueled with hydrogen-rich fuels; such as methanol, natural gas, or even gasoline. Previously, FCV's only worked efficiently in warm weather, but this latest technology starts easily even at temperatures as low as minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit, making it accessible for everyone anywhere. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for DaimlerChrysler
4 Jan 2007
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Evidence for the democratic incorporation of Puerto Rico into the Union of these United States, a full citizenship, complete protection under the constitution and representation i.e..(FOUR REPS. IN CONGRESS and TWO SENATORS) Plus full voting rights for all its citizens. American / Puerto Rican Agriculture and it's Viable Resources. Puerto Rico, US Colonial Territory Since 1898 Or The 51st State
1 Apr 2007
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Evidence for the immediate democratic incorporation of Puerto Rico into the Union of these United States, a full citizenship, complete protection under the constitution and representation i.e..(FOUR REPS. IN CONGRESS and TWO SENATORS) Plus full voting rights for all its citizens. American / Puerto Rican Agriculture and it's Viable Resources. Puerto Rico, US Colonial Territory Since 1898 Or The 51st State
1 Apr 2007
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This is the 2nd draft, and I plan on doing one more final draft. Please leave comments on what could be changed or improved, or what needs to be excluded or included. Subscribe if you want to be notified when the revision is released. UPDATE: I just added this video to Mojiti where you can actually write your comments into the video itself. It is an exciting experiment in "Video 2.0". Go check it out at *******mojiti****/kan/2024/... and add your voice! A couple of people have noted that the statement, "XML was created to do just that" (separate form from content) is misleading because CSS enables the same effect with HTML. I tried to integrate CSS into the video, but it ruined the flow. Perhaps in the next draft. My statement on XML is based on the following from xml****: "In order to appreciate XML, it is important to understand why it was created. XML was created so that richly structured documents could be used over the web. The only viable alternatives, HTML and SGML, are not practical for this purpose. HTML, as we've already discussed, comes bound with a set of semantics and does not provide arbitrary structure." Thank you all for the comments. With your help the next draft will be cleaned up and hopefully free of factual errors. A higher quality version is available for download here: *******www.mediafire****/?6... Please note that this is the second draft and the final version will not be available until late February after I review all comments and revise the video. Please return for a new download link at that time. The song is "There's Nothing Impossible" by Deus, available for free at *******www.jamendo****/en/a... Deus offers music under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 2.0 license, yet one more example of the interlinking of people sharing and collaborating this video is attempting to illustrate. CC: *******creativecommons****/...
12 Feb 2007
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AGREEMENT AIMED AT DEVELOPING HIGHER YIELDING CROPS THAT ARE MORE TOLERANT TO ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS BASF and Monsanto Company have announced a long term joint research and development R&D and commercialization collaboration in plant biotechnology that will focus on the development of high yielding crops and crops that are more tolerant to adverse environmental conditions such as drought. The companies will dedicate a joint budget of potentially $1.5 billion to fund a dedicated pipeline of yield and stress tolerance traits for corn, soybeans, cotton and canola. Under this collaboration: Each company will maintain independent trait discovery programs. Each company will nominate specific candidate genes and the most promising candidates will be advanced for accelerated joint development and for commercialization in the Monsanto pipeline. The two companies expect to generate a greater number of viable research projects than they could have done on their own, accelerate the development of new products, and bring a greater number of traits to the market at a faster speed. The nominated projects will be jointly funded at a 50-50 cost sharing through each phase of development as the candidate gene works its way toward commercial status. Products that emerge from the joint development will be commercialized by Monsanto. The companies have agreed to share profits associated with commercialized products, with Monsanto receiving 60 percent of net profits and BASF receiving 40 percent of net profits. For more information, please visit: www.basf**** or www.monsanto****
25 Mar 2007
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New Technique May Protect The Female Egg During The Freezing Process A growing number of women are now having their first babies well into their thirties and even in their forties. There are several reasons for waiting to start a family. Women who wait usually have more financial security, more emotional maturity and more time to commit to their marriages and their careers before focusing their energy on children. Unfortunately, it's a biological reality that the female egg becomes less viable over time – unlike male sperm. The egg cell is also much harder to freeze because it contains a lot of water that can crystallize during the freezing process. Now, a company called ViaCell is testing a new technique that is designed to protect the egg during freezing. The multiple site clinical trial is expected to enroll approximately three hundred healthy women, age twenty-one to thirty-five, who are currently seeking fertility treatment to demonstrate births from previously frozen eggs. Currently, there is not an FDA approved product for egg freezing. The study is expected to be completed in 2009, and if the results are positive, it may give women more options when planning their families. Produced for ViaCell, Inc
25 Mar 2007
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Baby Einstein Creator Julie Aigner-Clark Serves as Contest Judge and Spokesperson To celebrate Moms' ingenuity, Whirlpool brand announced its third annual Mother of Invention Grant Program, a competition that recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit of moms by awarding them the tools they need to turn an idea into a viable business. Moms are invited to submit their ideas for an invention, business or service no matter where they are in the creation process. The grant program's judging criteria is based on Whirlpool brand's own product/innovation guidelines. Submissions will be weighted with scores in the following categories: creating a solution to an unmet need; uniqueness in the current marketplace; offering a practical business solution; and the story behind the creation. And for the third year, Julie Aigner-Clark, creator of Baby Einstein, will be a guest judge and program collaborator.
15 Jun 2007
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Non-invasive metro rail needing no land acquisition nor dislocation of habitat in a city which is financially viable and safe from derailments and capsizing is the Skybus- not requiring state funds!
8 Jul 2007
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wasted in minute............... A remote control vehicle is defined as any mobile device that is controlled by a means that does not restrict its motion with an origin external to the device. This is often a radio control device, cable between control and vehicle, or an infrared controller. A remote control vehicle or RCV differs from a robot in that the RCV is always controlled by a human and takes no positive action autonomously.Recently, Sony Ericsson released a remote control car that could be controlled by any Bluetooth cell phone. Radio is the most popular because it does not require the vehicle to be limited by the length of the cable or in a direct line of sight with the controller (as with the infrared set-up). Bluetooth is still too expensive and short range to be commercially viable.
23 Aug 2007
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Investigative reporters uncover a viable debt consolidation alternative and highlight how Credit Solutions has already saved many from debt with www.creditsolutions****.
4 Sep 2007
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Ed Ring CEO of ECOWorld opens the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference with some mind blowing insight into the viable fuel solutions of today and tomorrow. Ed is a GreenTech veteran, and his web directory ecoworld**** is THE thumbnail for nature and clean technology. Watch the conference in it's entirety at: www.alwayson.goingon**** --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
13 Sep 2007
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A distinguished panel of industry experts discuss who is using nanotechnology and MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) to create viable solar energy, cheaper and cleaner water treatment, better batteries, and what other green innovations are being furthered by nanotech and MEMS? Including moderator David Scott Lewis, SVP, Zytech Solar, Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc, Deepak Srivastava, CTO, Nanoexa, Inc and Vince Caprio, VP and Event Director, Nano Business Alliance. Watch the conference in it's entirety at: www.alwayson.goingon**** --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
15 Sep 2007
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