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RRM, Radio Resource Management, Part I
 
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This video is the first of a series of five, dedicated to RRM, Radio Resource Management, or how Wireless LAN Controllers dynamically assign Access Point channel and power level. In this first video, we explain RRM principles.
Views: 18431 cciewireless
Corps of Engineers - Exciting Careers in Natural Resources Management - Part 2: Making a Difference
 
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Corps of Engineers - Careers in Natural Resources Management - Making a Difference. Part 2 of a series on careers with the Corps of Engineers in natural resources management.
ReSource Pro Client Video
 
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On November 1st, 2008, several ReSource Pro clients traveled to China to meet their team members and participate in a summit on innovation in the insurance industry. At the conclusion of the Summit during the farewell dinner, we had our cameras rolling to record what they had to say about the experience ... and their impressions about the people of ReSource Pro.
Views: 452 Richard Ticho
Bridge too far...
 
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This is a experiential simulation created by Xperentia (www.xperentia.com), addressing Project management & Leadership, cohesive teamwork and optimum utilization of resources.
Views: 217 Xperentia
Position of Ludendorf bridge at Remagen
 
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http://www.ceepackaging.com http://www.pbn.com.pl http://www.youtube.com/alanheath The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 1418 Alan Heath
The Bridge from Where You Are to Who You Are, Spark Plug video
 
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This 5-minute video shares six actions you can take to get from where you are now to where you want to be - and to be who you want to be. Joe Tye is CEO and Head Coach of Values Coach, which provides consulting, training and coaching on values-based leadership and cultural transformation for hospital, corporate and association clients. http://valuescoachinc.com/values-training Keynote Speaker http://valuescoachinc.com/speaking Looking for a keynote speaker? To face the challenge of today's turbulent and hypercompetitive world, you need more than a pep rally. Joe Tye will give your people values-based skills, tools and strategies -- and the inspiration to put them to work. More resources: http://valuescoachinc.com/resources http://theflorencechallenge.com http://www.allhandsondeckbook.com Connect with Joe Tye: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Joe-Tye/131871633518361
Views: 496 Joe Tye
Resources for Transformation and Change
 
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Managing Transition and Five Dysfunctions of a Team
King Thai , the royal thought or idea supports the work for manages water resource
 
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His Majesty is extremely concerned and interested in the conservation and management of the Kingdoms water resources. This has been demonstrated on multiple occasions as His Majesty has visited the various regions of Thailand. In each region, with their varying terrain, he has observed the land, the water resources and the interactions of the people living there and the fundamental resources. He then advises the authorities concerned of the best methods of managing the areas resources as well as advising the local residents how best to integrate their basic life style into the available environment. As a result of His Majestys concern for the wellbeing of his people there is now a profusion of dams, levees, dykes, the tributaries of life for the Thai people.
Views: 164 puandno2008
Bridge at Remagen - Die Brücke von Remagen
 
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SEE MY HISTORY GROUP ON FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alan-Heaths-History-Page/173472422695696 The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger[2] between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 16188 Alan Heath
Should students be using Bridge Cards?
 
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Bridge Cards help people who are struggling put food on their table. Many college students use them, but should they?
Views: 346 WOOD TV8
Conserving Livestock Genetic Resources for People (summary)
 
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People and domesticated animals have relied on each other for thousands of years. But modern life is wiping out ancient breeds. New approaches are needed to ensure the survival of these vital animal genetic resources. (Summary)
Bridge 2 Peace Co-Parenting
 
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Bridge 2 Peace A Co-Parenting self help social network for parents dealing with parenting plans/time, custody, divorce, & conflice management. Providing links to tools to help successfully navigate co-parenting. We link our members to valuable tools like shared calendar, shared expense log records, journaling, on-line parenting classes, and valuable State & Government Resources http://www.bridge2peace.com/ to help parents get organized and manage their life as a coparent. Are members also enjoy the benefits of in-depth social networking with their co-parent, and others who truly understand what it is to go through divorce, custody, and co-parenting. With video chat, instant messaging, information exchange, forums, support groups, news, video uploads, events, and more members are able to get connected while finding peace for their family. - created at http://animoto.com
Views: 100 Bridge2Peace
Project Management Overtooling
 
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Charles Carpenter AKA Bill The Builder talks about the mistake of over tooling so common to project management. When trying to meet impossible deadlines within tight budgets and downsized resources it seems that sometimes the tools including MS Project just get in the way. Bill Carpenter offers tips that will help you use MS Project and other tools more effectively. Bill Carpenter the builder is the father of the 4C methodology of Project Management. www.charlesspeaks.com/4cmethod.htm and he is available for keynotes, seminars and custom webinars. Call 937-935-6789
Views: 213 cwilliamcarpenter
View north east from Remagen bridge
 
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http://www.ceepackaging.com http://www.pbn.com.pl http://www.youtube.com/alanheath The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 379 Alan Heath
Microsoft Dynamics GP Human Resources / Payroll Demo
 
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Dynamics GP works well with other Microsoft Office applications, like Word and Excel. Learn how proper hiring practices can be followed every time, allowing you to gain control over your hiring process. Track and manage changes in payroll, including employee pay increases. Harness the power of the information within your business by working smarter and building consistency in your business practices. Learn more at http://www.meritsolutions.com/products/microsoft-dynamics-gp/
Views: 7287 Merit Solutions, Inc.
Remagen bridge from bomber
 
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alan-Heaths-History-Page/173472422695696 http://www.ceepackaging.com http://www.youtube.com/alanheath The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 4316 Alan Heath
The Role of Hydrography in The National Map
 
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Visit http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/124 (for captioned version and other formats) Water is vital to our Nation and the U.S. Geological Survey plays an important role in the tracking and mapping our water resources. The National Hydrography Dataset component of The National Map supports this mission and is widely used in the study of hydrology, natural resources, and pollution control. Users of USGS geospatial data discuss the role of the National Hydrography Dataset in water rights management in California, fisheries management in Michigan, and drinking water threat analysis nationwide.
Views: 9150 USGS
Remagen - why the bridge was not blown up
 
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alan-Heaths-History-Page/173472422695696 http://www.ceepackaging.com twitter : @ceepackaging https://www.facebook.com/pages/CEE-Packaging/135108923181666 The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 3590 Alan Heath
Broadcast and Media ERM - Operations
 
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Learn how ScheduALL profitably transforms your operation by increasing financial visibility, improving operational efficiency and adapting to the business process you use. ScheduALL is the leading Enterprise Resource Management solution for Broadcast, Production, Post-Production and Transmission markets.
Views: 650 scheduall89
Front Office Bridge for Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) by Strophe
 
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Front Office Bridge, by Strophe, integrates many of the industry leading retail, hospitality and hotel front office systems with Microsoft Dynamiss GP. This includes General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Bank Reconcilaition, Accounts Receivable and more as enabled by the users front office system.
Views: 5381 StropheAmerica
Hydroelectric Dams
 
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Wyoming has 13 hydroelectric power plants located throughout the state. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html If you have range management questions we can help: http://www.uwyo.edu/uwesupport/ask_an_expert.html
National Science Resources Center- Smithsonian/National Academies www.nsrconline.org
 
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Support this important work: https://thriva.activenetwork.com/Reg4/Form.aspx?IDTD=2357652&RF=2409160&mode=0 The National Science Resources Center (NSRC) was formed by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Academies in 1985 with the mission to improve the learning and teaching of science in school districts in the United States and throughout the world. Through its parent institutions, the NSRC has actively engaged the scientific, engineering, and education communities in all of its programs, improving educational outcomes for over 30% of the U.S. student population. The NSRC is an intermediary organization that bridges research on how children learn with best practices for the systemic educational reform from the classroom to the state leadership. The NSRC provides science education leadership development by: - Building awareness for science education among leaders; - Helping develop science education leadership among groups from school districts and states; - Conducting programs to support the professional growth of teachers; and - Developing and disseminating information about exemplary science instructional materials. Learn more about the: NSRC online at www.nsrconline.org Smithsonian Institution www.si.edu National Academies www.nationalacademies.org
Views: 4391 TheNSRC
Historic South Pass City
 
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With roots in a gold strike, South Pass City has an amazingly rich, albeit short, boom town history and is now a premier historical site. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html If you have range management questions we can help: http://www.uwyo.edu/uwesupport/ask_an_expert.html
History, Geology, and Ecology of Wyoming
 
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The history, geology, and ecology of a landscape are all intertwined. These intertwining influences can be found throughout Wyoming so keep an eye out. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html
Aligning Resources and Strategies
 
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State leaders talk about aligning resources and strategies to support sectors. Produced by Corporation for a Skilled Workforce for sectorstrategies.org in partnership with the National Governors Association and National Network of Sector Partners.
Views: 115 sectorstrategies
Appraisal Management Companies Directory
 
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Views: 1244 Losangeleshardmoney
Nazi bomb launched against Remagen bridge
 
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SEE MY HISTORY GROUP ON FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alan-Heaths-History-Page/173472422695696 The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger[2] between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 2085 Alan Heath
Wealth Management Ministries
 
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Wealth Management Ministries, Inc. (WMM) was founded in April 2002 and is dedicated to cultivating prosperity through financial education in the underdeveloped/underprivileged communities. We endeavor to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor by providing financial education and resources. - created at http://animoto.com
Views: 168 7lbell
Dr. Lucey discusses access to total package resources
 
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Dr. Catherine Lucey, MD, vice dean for education at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, discusses access to total package resources. You can't really overestimate the value of having everything on a single campus. For instance, right now we are working on a project with the College of Engineering to help us develop medically appropriate applications for our iTouches that we use for our medical student education. It's very easy for us to walk over to the College of Engineering and collaborate with them. That isn't possible with many independent academic medical centers and also in many universities across the country, where the College of Medicine is physically distinct from the rest of the colleges within the university.
Speech to Colorado Water Users Association Conference
 
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LAS VEGAS, N.V. The Department of the Interior will undertake an important experimental initiative to improve the management of Glen Canyon Dam and the Colorado River as it flows through Grand Canyon National Park, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced today during the Colorado River Water Users Association conference. We must find a way to protect one of the worlds most treasured landscapes the Grand Canyon while meeting water and clean energy needs in the face of climate change, Salazar said in a video message to the water users meeting at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Secretary Salazar is currently participating in the global climate change conference in Copenhagen. Today, I am directing the development of a protocol for conducting additional High Flow Experiments at the Dam, Salazar said. These experimental high flows [like the one in 2008] send sediment downstream to rebuild sandbars, beaches and backwaters. The rebuilt areas provide key wildlife habitat, enhance the aquatic food base, protect archeological sites, and create additional camping opportunities in the canyon. Weve put in place a comprehensive science program designed to figure out the complex processes at work downstream of Glen Canyon Dam, so that we can get better at managing the river for the benefit of all the various resources at stake, Assistant Secretary Anne Castle explained in a follow up speech to the Las Vegas audience. We can make [high flow releases of short duration] without affecting the overall amounts of water required to be released from Lake Powell by the 2007 interim guidelines and the Law of the River. We will engage all our partners in this effort from federal agencies and tribes to local and state governments and other stakeholders, Salazar said. We also recognize the need for additional experimental and management actions to protect the resources of Grand Canyon National Park, and these efforts will be implemented through the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program. Because Glen Canyon Dam traps approximately 90 percent of the sand once available to maintain Grand Canyon sandbars, high flows are a good tool to rebuild these important resources. The new protocol will allow for high flows to occur when Colorado River tributaries below the dam produce sufficient sediment to meet a threshold, or trigger. Timing of high flows would depend not only on sediment inputs from tributaries, but also other environmental considerations such as impacts to the Lees Ferry trout fishery and riparian vegetation. The new protocol also will protect the interests of those relying on the Colorado River, as the water released during the high flow will not change the annual amount of water to be released to downstream users from Glen Canyon Dam. That water flows downriver to Lake Mead for use by the Lower Colorado River Basin States and the Republic of Mexico. The most recent High Flow Experiment at Glen Canyon Dam was conducted in March 2008. During the experiment, the Bureau of Reclamation released water from both the powerplant and the bypass tubes to a maximum amount of approximately 41,000 cubic feet per second for about 60 hours. Preliminary results of the 2008 experiment show a robust sandbar building response and sandbar development throughout the river corridor. However, considerable erosion occurred following the experiment. Research on the effects of the 2008 event on a range of resources—including native fish, vegetation, the Lees Ferry trout fishery, and more—will be completed by the U.S. Geological Survey in January 2010 and this additional information will be taken into consideration in the development of the new protocol pursuant to todays announcement by Secretary Salazar.
Fort Laramie
 
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Fort Laramie is an important part of Wyoming's early history during European settlement. The fort served many purposes over the years it operated. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html If you have range management questions we can help: http://www.uwyo.edu/uwesupport/ask_an_expert.html
California Windmills of natural resources energy
 
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California windmills of energy. Alternate energy hope. http://myworld.ebay.com/thedealstore2012
Views: 181 eebeelive
Soils, Sustainability, and the Media
 
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More than half of the growing human population now lives in cities, depending on the need for increasing food production from a fixed quantity of arable land, and the use of large quantities of our rapidly dwindling fossil fuel reserves. As a result, more than half the planets resources and land area are under the direct management of humans. While the scientific basis for this looming food and ecological crisis is understood, how can the problem and solutions be cast in a way that a citizen can recognize the issues, and find satisfaction and hope in contributing individually, and collectively, to the solution? A bridge between science and society is the media, and recent achievements in related environmental issues provide a roadmap for progress. Former Vice President Al Gore stepped well outside the policy arena to make a film that connected personally with viewers, and set off a wave of change in Americas perception of climate change. Can a similar change of awareness occur for our solid Earth, and for sustainability and healthy living, or is the change already underway? In this panel discussion, we bring together scientists, film makers, economists, journalists, and visionaries at the forefront of a concern for the soil (the Earths skin), a portion of our planet impacted by how we eat, how we balance the need for both food and renewal energy, and finally by what portion of the planet we decide (or are able) to preserve unused for future generations. ________________________________ Panelist/Discussants: David Zilberman, Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Garrison Sposito, Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management; Nathanael Johnson, Freelance Science Journalist; Alice Waters (invited), Executive Chef and Owner, Chez Panisse, Chez Panisse Restaurant; Eugene Rosow, Film-maker, Common Ground Media, Inc. Moderator: Ron Amundson, Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, & Management ________________________________ Sponsored by the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources http://nature.berkeley.edu/
Views: 1528 UC Berkeley Events
Remagen bridge from the south
 
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http://www.ceepackaging.com http://www.pbn.com.pl http://www.youtube.com/alanheath The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 757 Alan Heath
Hell's Half-Acre
 
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Hell's Half-Acre is a geological mismatch located between Casper and Shoshoni Wyoming. Parts of Starship Troopers was filmed at the site. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html If you have range management questions we can help: http://www.uwyo.edu/uwesupport/ask_an_expert.html
Karnataka CM Yeddyurappa speaks on improvement in water resource management
 
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1.The Cauvery and Arkavati rivers provide about 2100 MLD with the completion of Phase IV just about what's needed for a population of 1.2 crore,mainly the Bangalore city. That is when Monsoons go right. What is the correction for Monsoons not going right? Do you import water then? What is the water supply correction for the projected demographic growth for the next decade? R. Currently, the water supply is adequate for our city. We are planning for the future demand. The Government is taking steps to prevent water shortage looking for new sources of supply. Especially in the possible scenario of drought and ground water loss, we will go radical preventing wastage by the drop and trying for more catchment. 2. Please elaborate what amount of population recycled water caters to and the kind of use for the same[obviously it is better used for industries and construction]. Currently the BWSSB mentions only 70 MLD by recycling. R. Yes, this is happening for non-domestic purpose and recycling will be expanded to other cities like Mysore. Infact we are trying it throughout the state with excessive vigour. We will mainly focus on Bangalore. We have a lot more to do - we will expand the schemes for recycling. 3. Has rainwater harvesting become a strongly enforced requirement for new buildings not just a redundant by-law? How do you propose to extend the measure to old buildings? R. I feel 25% of water shortage for projected demographic growth can be met by rain-water harvesting. We are compulsorily enforcing it for new buildings. 4. Has the Government considered non rain source of water - like Chennai's putting up a nuclear desalination plant at the cost of 400 crore, for 100 MLD, a nominal amount compared to the networth of many politicians? When will Karnataka take this challenge and complete it if there is shortage? R.True, it is on our agenda. Purifying and desalinating sea water and using it for regular supply is on our mind. It is a very costly method though. But in a situation of shortage we will have to think of this method. We are trying to make the whole process cost-effective as well as easy to operate through experimentation and research. 5. Borewells finish ground water. What are the measures for ground water replenishment you executed/hope to execute? We know the single largest measure can be more trees and less permits for borewells. R. I agree on this point, we are in a weird situation having exhausted ground water with too many borewells which has to be stopped. At this point we are not getting ground water going down a 1000 feet at places. We are trying to replenish ground water and help rural areas with other solutions. For instance, storing water from water falls, local sources of water and lakes and in wells . 6. How do you propose to take care of dissolved effluents into rivers and other water bodies? Poorly maintained water storage tanks are another menace. How do you propose to make measures, to prevent this, stricter? R. We are trying to clean up hundreds of water catchments around Bangalore. Just around Bangalore we have more than 250 lakes. With increasing population we have to do this. We have to prevent effluents more strictly and we have allocated more than 1000 crores for this. Until now, the thought of it on piece-meal basis, but water sourcing has to be taken up as an integrated issue throughout the state and we are trying our level best. For the London School of Journalism: Dheemanthini Sharma Interview on: August 25, 2009
Views: 482 dheemanthinisharma
Eco-Tourism Destination:  Las Navas, Northern Samar
 
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The Eco-Tourism Program of the local government unit of Las Navas, Northern Samar takes its momentum during the inauguration of the Pinipisakan Falls Cottage, the groundbreaking ceremony of the boat landing and viewing deck projects, and the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between the Samar Island Natural Park project management and the Municipality of Las Navas represented by Mayor Arlito A. Tan. The Pinipisakan Falls and the Ginagatusan Caves of Barangay San Isidro were the subjects of the MOA relative to its management and maintenance. Dir. Manolito D. Ragub, Project Manager of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Samar Island Natural Park (DENR-SINP) and Dir. Regidor M. de Leon of DENR Regional Office 8, takes the responsibility of overseeing the said tourism destinations. Witness during the ceremonies were Ms. Josette G. Doctor, Provincial Tourism Officer of the Province of Northern Samar, Provincial Director Engr. Meilou Cinco-Macabare of DTI Samar Provincial Office, the Operation's Manager of the Cebu Pacific Airline, the Municipal Council members of Las Navas and the Barangay Council of Barangay San Isidro, Las Navas, Northern Samar.
Views: 7351 MrNdcinco1
Holistic Management: Insects mean Fertile Soils and New Growth
 
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We havent used any insecticides in our livestock since 1986. If you pour on insecticides you wont have these insects doing the job of recycling and decomposing, completing the cycle. We need the insects, the decomposers, breaking down fiber that wasnt broken down by the cows. Insects continue the decomposition, in order to complete the cycle — so that you have fertile soil and new growth happening.
OC ReMix #1836: Chrono Trigger 'Corrupter of Time' [Corridor of Time] by Joren de Bruin & Tweek
 
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ReMixers: Joren de Bruin, Tweek http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01836/ FREE at http://ocremix.org • SHIRTS & HOODIES! http://ocremix.org/store/ • DONATE! http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal Facebook! http://facebook.com/ocremix • Twitter! http://twitter.com/ocremix • Game: Chrono Trigger (Square, 1995, SNES) • ReMixer(s): Joren de Bruin, Tweek • Composer(s): Nobuo Uematsu, Noriko Matsueda, Yasunori Mitsuda • Song(s): 'Corridor of Time' • Posted: 2009-04-30, evaluated by the judges Founded in 1999, OverClocked ReMix is an organization dedicated to the appreciation, preservation, and interpretation of video game music. Its primary focus is http://ocremix.org - a website featuring thousands of free fan arrangements, information on game music and composers, resources for aspiring artists, and a thriving community of video game music fans. For media inquiries (interviews, articles, conventions) or soundtrack development with OverClocked ReMix, please contact us! http://ocremix.org/info/About_Us Video by José the Bronx Rican (José E. Felix) http://www.bronxrican.com Additional direction by Liontamer (Larry Oji) OverClocked ReMix is a not-for-profit site that provides a ton of free music, which requires a ton of bandwidth and a pretty hefty web server. We need your help to keep the site running! • http://ocremix.org/store/ • http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal JOIN US: • http://ocremix.org/forums/ • http://facebook.com/ocremix • http://twitter.com/ocremix • http://last.fm/group/OverClocked+ReMix • http://youtube.com/group/ocremix • http://facebook.com/group.php?gid=2210239078 • http://groups.myspace.com/ocremix • http://orkut.com/Community.aspx?cmm=5991 • http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=48303
Red Canyon
 
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Red Canyon is a recognizable piece of the landscape as you travel between Lander and South Pass. The ranch is under the management of a Coordinated Resource Management Program integrating cattle ranching, wildlife interests, etc. Exploring the Nature of Wyoming is produced by: University of Wyoming Extension Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources http://www.uwyo.edu/uwe/programs/ag-and-natural-resources.html If you have range management questions we can help: http://www.uwyo.edu/uwesupport/ask_an_expert.html
Remagen bridge in photographs
 
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http://www.ceepackaging.com http://www.pbn.com.pl http://www.youtube.com/alanheath The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was a railway bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the villages of Remagen and Erpel between two ridge lines of hills flanking the river. Remagen is situated about 20km south of Bonn. The bridge was built by Grün & Bilfinger between 1916 and 1919 to connect the Right Rhine Railway, the Left Rhine Railway and the Ahrtalbahn (German) to facilitate transport to the Western Front. It was a key element of a planned strategic railway that was to start in Neuss, cross the Rhine at Remagen and connect with the Ahr Valley railway that connected with the Eiffel railway that has lines into Luxembourg and France. The advantage of such a line was that troops and supplies could be transported to the Western Front from the Ruhr industrial area without having to go through the busy rail centres of Cologne or Düsseldorf. However, by the time World War I ended, the line between Neuss and Remagen had not been completed and never was. This is also the reason why the bridge at Remagen was not rebuilt after World War II. Designed by Karl Wiener, it was 325 meters long, with two rail lines and a walkway. It was one of three bridges built to improve rail links between Germany and France during World War I, the other two being the Hindenburg Bridge at Bingen and Urmitz Bridge near Koblenz. This was one of the four bridges guarded during the Third United States Army occupation at the end of World War I. The bridge was captured at around 16:30 on 7 March 1945 by the US army and became the first bridgehead across the Rhine. Both sides then engaged in a race to reinforce the area which ultimately was won by the American who had much greater resources. The Anericans captured the railway tunnel in the early hours of the following morning by passing over the hill and taking it from the rear. Following the capture of the bridge, the Germans made frantic efforts to destroy it. They were hindered by weak forces in the area and the Erpeler Ley hill which actually protected the bridge from attack from the east. Without the possibility of artillery spotting, attacks were much more difficult. Several attacks were made by the Luftwaffe with one bomb scoring a hit but failing to detonate. Other attacks included the use of V2s and frogmen. In other films I describe parts of the battle, why the bridge was not blown etc.. I would like to recommend the excellent 1968 - 9 film the Bridge at Remagen which is historically very accurate although names have been changed. My channel is one of the most prolific from Poland, although not amongst the most visited. With almost one film per day, one may be forgiven for thinking I do nothing else but I do have a day job as well. I have produced around 1,000 original films, most in English but also in Polish, French, Italian, Spanish and the occasional hint of German and Hebrew. My big interest in life is travel and history but I have also placed films on other subjects Please feel free to ask questions in the public area or to comment on things you disagree with. Sometimes there are mistakes because I speak without preparation. If I see the mistakes myself, I make this clear in the text. Please also leave a star rating! There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focusing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine! Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film! In 1997 I founded Polish Business News http://www.pbn.com.pl .There are a number of business related films here and I intend to do many more on CRM (customer relations management). My blog can be found via http://www.ceepackaging.com and http://www.pbn.com.pl and contains background information and more details of many of my films. This information is in English.
Views: 407 Alan Heath
New Directions McGill University Irrigation Tour 2009
 
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Credit: CBC News at Six Windsor. Broadcast on 30th July 2009. Content: McGill University's field project in Leamington, Ontario on improved irrigation and nutrient management for growing processing tomatoes using wireless soil moisture sensor technologies. The project (2008-11) is being implemented by the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management in collaboration with OMAFRA, Palichuk Farms, Hortau Inc, Plant Products and AAFC-PFRA. Details on www.mcgill.ca/activities/irrigation_triggers
Views: 659 aquanome
OC ReMix #1137: Extreme-G 'G-Storm' by bLiNd
 
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DOWNLOAD IT FREE at OC ReMix! http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01137/ ReMixer: bLiNd ▶▶▶ Subscribe to bLiNd! http://bit.ly/blindsub FREE at http://ocremix.org • SHIRTS & HOODIES! http://ocremix.org/store/ • DONATE! http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal Facebook! http://facebook.com/ocremix • Twitter! http://twitter.com/ocremix • Game: Extreme-G (Acclaim, 1997, N64) • ReMixer(s): bLiNd • Composer(s): Simon Robertson • Song(s): • Posted: 2004-03-11, evaluated by the judges Founded in 1999, OverClocked ReMix is an organization dedicated to the appreciation, preservation, and interpretation of video game music. Its primary focus is http://ocremix.org - a website featuring thousands of free fan arrangements, information on game music and composers, resources for aspiring artists, and a thriving community of video game music fans. For media inquiries (interviews, articles, conventions) or soundtrack development with OverClocked ReMix, please contact us! http://ocremix.org/info/About_Us Video by José the Bronx Rican (José E. Felix) http://www.bronxrican.com OverClocked ReMix is a not-for-profit site that provides a ton of free music, which requires a ton of bandwidth and a pretty hefty web server. We need your help to keep the site running! • http://ocremix.org/store/ • http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal JOIN US: • http://ocremix.org/forums/ • http://facebook.com/ocremix • http://twitter.com/ocremix • http://last.fm/group/OverClocked+ReMix • http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=48303
Technology Management Program UCSB: Energy
 
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S. James Nelson, Jr. MBA, CPA; a serial entrepreneur discusses oil and gas energy infrastructure and sub-sea oil production challenges. Series: Technology Management Program [5/2009] [Business] [Show ID: 15975]
Old Lowry Ave Bridge, Minneapolis History Landmark. Gone in the morning!
 
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Minneapolis HIstory. I went and said goodbye. I don't know if I'll be there for the blast, but I'll try to make it! Lowry Avenue Bridge removal implosion on June 21 The Lowry Avenue Bridge, a Minneapolis landmark since 1905, will be removed by implosion at 9 a.m. Sunday, June 21. The current structure, which has been closed since April 2008, must be removed before construction can begin on the replacement bridge this fall. Due to lack of structural integrity, imploding the current structure is the safest option available to workers, and results in minimal disruption to the environment and river navigation. The implosion will sever what remains of the steel trusses, dropping them into the river; residents should expect to hear a loud, deep, boom-like sound. Preliminary dismantling already has taken place. The county plans to salvage, recycle or reuse more than 90 tons of steel and other related items. Implosion contractor Advanced Explosives Demolition Inc. has designated a 1,000 ft. horizontal (land) and 1,000 ft. vertical (air) safety zone because of expected air pressure vibrations. This area will need to be vacated the morning of the implosion. The Lowry Avenue N. road closure will expand to include from N. 2nd Street to Grand Street NE, and Marshall Street NE will close from 23rd Avenue NE to 26th Avenue NE with a signed detour, the morning of June 21. The industrial zoning of the neighborhood and heavy tree line along the Mississippi River shore means there is limited-to-zero visibility for the public of the implosion site. Bridge removal contractor Carl Bolander & Sons Co. of St. Paul will clear the main navigation channel within 24 hours following the implosion. All of the steel is scheduled for removal from the river bed within one week. If mechanical removal of the piers fails, a second implosion may be needed in mid-July. A 32-inch diameter, 175-foot-long test piling will be installed at the end of June, after the river bed is cleared. The piling will jut approximately 10 feet out of the water, and be marked according to United States Coast Guard standards. This pile will be tested the end of July in order to confirm foundational requirements for new bridge designer T.Y. Lin International. The county is coordinating with the following agencies throughout the demolition process: the Department of Natural Resources, the Hennepin County Sheriffs Office, the Minneapolis Fire Department, the Minneapolis Police Department, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Hennepin County engineers, in consultation with Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, determined it was necessary to close the bridge last April due to continued structural issues with one of the bridge piers. In 2004, bridge engineers discovered Pier 3 had rotated 11 inches out of vertical alignment. Further rotation of the pier introduced an unacceptable risk to the traveling public. The Lowry Avenue Bridge carries Hennepin County State Aid Highway 153 over the Mississippi River between north and northeast Minneapolis. The bridge, built in 1905, was substantially renovated in 1958. The County Board approved the Lowry Avenue Bridge replacement project as its No. 1 state bonding request in summer 2006. Funding sources for the project include Hennepin County bonds; state bridge bonds; a $475,000 federal appropriation granted in March; and $10 million in federal stimulus funding. McKinley Community
Views: 4346 Ray OfMinneapolis
Experience Mississippi Mills Commerce
 
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Welcome to Mississippi Mills! Located 35 minutes from downtown Ottawa and 20 minutes from Kanata, Mississippi Mills offers a progressive environment for enterprise and exceptional resources for small and home-based businesses, from innovative retail and healthcare services, to software, trades, consulting and specialty manufacturing. Short film sponsored by Mississippi Mills Chamber of Commerce By award winning director/videographer Will Richardson Written and produced by June Veenstra Music by Ben Mullin
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Team building, leadership and management development in the midlands
 
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http://www.spiritconsulting.co.uk/html/teambuilding.html - We are a team building, training and development company based in the Midlands, covering Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester areas. Train Your People, Improve Your Business, Enjoy Learning. We are in the business of developing your people to improve your organisation. We achieve this development through a range of solutions including; team building events; conferencing events; graduate development; assessment and development centres; coaching and facilitation; leadership and management development; using psychometric tools; 360 degree feedback; performance management systems and competency frameworks. With every solution we provide, our aim is to return to you the best possible value to your business from your investment in using us. Many of our solutions are experiential in nature, simply because this is proven to be the best way to learn and remember the learning. Our focus is on tangible change and real outcomes and our approach is pragmatic and actionable. We operate both residential sites nationally where we have facilities permanently based and we can also deliver much of what we do at your choice of venue. Stag, Hen and Family Parties We can also provide our activities as part of a Stag, Hen or Family weekend. Using a crystal maze style approach we have activities to appeal to a wide range of needs. We can create competitions with prizes or let you choose which activities you want to do at your own pace. If you want everything done for you we can also arrange catering and refreshments along with a great host.
James Otieno, encore fellow, Silicon Valley Education Foundation
 
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Otieno, originally from Kenya, has 23 years experience working in Silicon Valley. He is spearheading improved human resources systems and management, as well as helping with other strategic planning, at the Silicon Valley Education Foundation, which partners with the private sector and education community to improve public education. His fellowship is part time over one year.
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Difference Between Forecasting & Backcasting
 
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Greenwala CGO Justine Burt interviews management consultant Irene Hughes about the difference between forecasting and backcasting in sustainability management planning.
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Accounts Receivable for Dynamics GP
 
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Enliven allows you to tackle receivables challenges and improve collection performance, reduce days sales outstanding, and optimize your cash management. All this while reducing costs, gaining efficiency, and improving customer relations. Call us at (866) 439-5884 Email us at [email protected] Check us out on the web at www.enlivensoftware.com Sign up for a custom Webinar at: http://enlivensoftware.com/Resources/HowItWorks/SignupforaWebinar/tabid/109/Default.aspx
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