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Registration of the Open Mind sessions 2010 with Mo Stoebe, Arnold Veeman and Julian Vincent.
Google Tech Talk February 1, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Allen Cypher, IBM Research Almaden. The popularity of the Web has changed the world of End User Programming. Our research systems can now be built in a web browser that people use in their daily life, semantic information is broadly available, and our users are more experienced and they share their work with others. After twenty-five years of trying to infer the user's intent, Allen will compare early and contemporary end user programming systems to see what progress we have made, and what opportunities we now have for widespread success. Allen Cypher began building systems to automate repetitive activities in 1984. His Eager system was one of the first intelligent agents. In 1993, he edited "Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration", which collected the work of earlier pioneers and of the active researchers at the time. In the 90's, he co-developed a visual language called Stagecast Creator that enabled children to create their own games and simulations and publish them on the Web. His current work with CoScripter is aimed at bringing end user programming to the Web.
Lecture 2: Operators and operands; statements; branching, conditionals, and iteration Instructors: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag View the complete course at: ocw.mit.edu License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at ocw.mit.edu More courses at ocw.mit.edu
Lecture 1: Goals of the course; what is computation; introduction to data types, operators, and variables Instructors: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag View the complete course at: ocw.mit.edu License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at ocw.mit.edu More courses at ocw.mit.edu
Dr Andrew Walsh, an astrochemist of James Cook University, has made it his mission to bring science "down to earth". And as any man worth his salt knows, beer fixes everything. After much "research" the Dr has identified 12 mandatory components in the most basic of beer recipes and has already found 7 of them in space!
THE GREEN MONSTER Untold Horror in association with Screamkings.com and THR Productions LTD is pleased to announce completion of principal photography for the feature film THE GREEN MONSTER scheduled for release early 2009. THE GREEN MONSTER features the return pairing of Edward X. Young (SEA OF DUST) and Colleen Cohan (SEA OF DUST) as husband and wife psychos. THE GREEN MONSTER also features solid performances by Bethany Taylor (FRAT HOUSE MASSACRE), Nathaniel Sylva, Beatrice Strobl, Kachina Dechert, Megan Sacco, Bryan Lombardo, Andrew Cordio, Phoebe French, and a special appearance by Marv Blauvelt (SCULPTURE). THE GREEN MONSTER was directed by Bryan Roberts and Nolan Ball from a screenplay by Trevor Wright. Produced by Alex Pucci, Pete Jacelone and Trevor Wright. Special Make-up and Effects by David S. Szehi Edward X Young Nikki Coleman Associate Producer: Megan Sacco THE GREEN MONSTER was shot in 16:9 24p THE GREEN MONSTER is a return to 80s style slashers in the vein of MOTEL HELL and BLOOD DINER. It tells the story of Gerald (Edward X. Young) and Molly (Colleen Cohan), husband and wife owners of a downtrodden convenience store who employ equal parts dark magic and down home cooking to attract the reckless teenagers who like to use their business as a haven for illegal activities. When some local teens go missing, all signs point to the couples uniquely Southern recipes and the dumpster out back overflowing with dead bodies! A campy horror flick that goes to show if ...
"Recipe" by George Brecht, August 1963 cloth paper match string knife glass egg Level cloth. Place paper on cloth. Light match. Extinguish. Mark paper with burnt match. Tie at least one knot in string. Cut string with knife, arranging pieces on cloth. Place glass, open upward, on cloth. Place egg in glass. --Part of FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21: two evening performances of event scores written by Fluxus pioneer George Brecht. More info at www.fluxconcert.org February 20 & 21, 2009 | 8:00PM Triskelion Arts 118 North 11th St., 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21 was a two-evening performance of historic Fluxus event scores written by Fluxus pioneer George Brecht. The show presented more than 30 historic performance scripts over the course of two nights written by George Brecht between 1959 and 1966 - many rarely seen in the United States. Brecht introduced the concept of the event score: a performance script that is usually only a few lines long consisting of descriptions of actions to be performed rather than dialogue. In tribute to Brechts recent passing, the evenings show breathed new life into these historic scripts ranging from early seminal pieces (Drip Music, Word Event) from his artist book Water Yam to later collaborative endeavors with Robert Filliou from their publication Games at the Cedilla. FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21 was performed by Anthony P. Clune, Andrew Dickerson, Ryan Anthony Donaldson, Perry Garvin, Joseph Gross, Rick Herron, Ben Kerrick, Joshua ...
Day two of our Eastern Canada bus tour started with an early morning wake-up call on August 9, 2008. For our 8 pm bus departure we did have enough time to go for a quick breakfast just steps from the Hotel Le Concorde where we had been staying. A quick stroll south on Rue Grande Allee Ouest, location of many restaurants and nightclubs, took us to a restaurant by the name of St. Hubert which featured an extensive breakfast buffet. Punctually at 8 am our bus drove us five minutes into the centre of Vieux Québec where we had about an hour and half to explore the old part of the city. I walked down into the old port area where historic limestone buildings house dozens of restaurants, boutiques and specialty shops. On Place de Paris I came across a TV shoot for the local weather station that featured the host of the show all dressed up in historic French attire, surrounded by a quartet of singers and several other extras, also sporting 17th century dresses. A walk on the waterfront allowed me to take in views across the St. Lawrence River as well as a glimpse back up to the majestic Chateau Frontenac. For $1.75 I took a ride in the funicular, which whisked me back up the hill to the Place d'Armes within mere seconds. Shortly before 10 am it was time to leave for our next destination: Montreal. After a quick lunch in St. Hyacinthe, we reached our first destination, the Olympic Stadium, at around 2 pm. We took the cable car up the tallest inclined tower in the world from where ...
In the summer heat the last thing you want to do is turn your stove on and make your kitchen hot. Chef Roy Yamaguchi shows Bianca Solorzano some great flame-free recipes for those dog days.
Chef Seamus Mullen of New York's Boqueria stops by "The Saturday Early Show" and cooks up a delicious and cheap summer Spanish-influenced feast on a "Chef On A Shoestring" budget.
Morton's Steakhouse is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. They may be best known for beef, but they grill fabulous seafood, too. Chef Klaus Fritsch shows Harry Smith how it's done.
Katie Lee Joel has ideas to get your kids to eat right when back on their busy school schedules. She shows Harry Smith just how easy these recipes can be prepared during your busy schedule.
Chef Bobby Flay has returned from vacationing in Northern Umbria and he shares some of his favorite Italian recipes with Maggie Rodriguez.
Ingrid Hoffmann, host of "Simply Delicioso," shares what she calls bikini friendly recipes for summer salads and grilling.
Test Drive a 1936 Ford Flathead V8 Truck at the Colfax Washington Airport. This is what we do when we're not flying or farming on the Palouse.
Search Engines: Technology, Society, and Business. The World Wide Web brings much of the world's knowledge into the reach of nearly everyone with a computer and an internet connection. The availability of huge quantities of information at our fingertips is transforming government, business, and many other aspects of society. Topics include search advertising and auctions, search and privacy, search ranking, internationalization, anti-spam efforts, local search, peer-to-peer search, and search of blogs and online communities. The Instructor, Dr. Marti Hearst, is an associate professor in the School of Information at UC Berkeley, with an affiliate appointment in the Computer Science Division. The UC...
www.YouIncMarketing.com Happy Independence Day, (Rhode Island Air Show)(Ri Air show 2007. (Galway air show) Thus may the 4th of July, that glorious fourt of julyand ever memorable day, be celebrated through America, by the sons of freedom, from age to age till time shall be no more. Amen and Amen." Virginia Gazette on July 18th, 1777 Schoolchildren in America learn the basic history of the events surrounding the Fourth of July, but the details of this monumental occasion in American history somehow fall through the cracks. Although July 4th is celebrated as America's official split from Britain's rule and the beginning of the American Revolution, the actual series of events show that the process took far longer than a single day. Taxation without representation! That was the battle cry of the 13 colonies in America who were forced to pay taxes to England's King George III with no representation in Parliament. As dissatisfaction grew, British troops were sent in to quell any signs of rebellion, and repeated attempts by the colonists to resolve the crisis without war proved fruitless. The original resolution was introduced by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia on June 7, 1776, and called for the Continental Congress to declare the United States free from British rule. On June 11, 1776, the colonies' Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, formed a committee with the express purpose of drafting a document that would formally sever their ties with Great Britain. The ...
UPDATE: Yay! - the Cake Decorating: Fun with Fondant DVD (#1 Basics & Birthdays) has just been sent to the printer! For those interested, it looks like it will be available mid-August. In it Robin talks about basic tools needed, how to make fondant from scratch, making flowers, and prepping a cake for fondant decorating. In addition she shows you, in detail, how to make a square cake, a 2 tier cake, and gives tips and creative ideas all along the way. I'll be sharing a short trailer soon. Thanks again for your patience! Fondant adds a special zest to cakes, pastries, and candies. See for yourself as a cake decorator creates fun with fondant. Recipe from the episode: Chocolate Expresso Pot de Créme To see more stories, get recipes, and links to additional resources, go to: cookingupastory.com