Sunday, February 28, 2010

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Friday, February 26, 2010

Job hunting tips - Marketing yourself in the recession

With such a competitive job market, how do students and graduates get themselves noticed by employers? Get tips and advice on marketing yourself, applications and interviews from Tammy Goldfeld, Assistant Director at The University of Manchester Careers Service.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Jean Baylor (formerly Of Zhane') "Morning Time B Side Live"

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Saturday, February 13, 2010

Jean-Claude Lamarre CNN Clip

CNN Interview with Jean Claude Lamarre ( ) announcing Dan Charlier

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Pastor Jamal Bryant Talks to Living Wisely

Lady A sits down with Pastor Jamal Bryant of Empowerment Temple to discuss AIDS, Africa and Education. Pastor Bryant tells Alegra about the growth of Empowerment Temple and his hope to see God manifested in the heart of Baltimore.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Eric Schmidt at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference

Eric Schmidt talks about YouTube, cloud computing, targeted advertising, search, and other topics at Morgan Stanley's Technology Conference in San Francisco on March 5, 2007.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

"All Marketers are Liars" - Seth Godin speaks at Google

Seth Godin is the author of six bestsellers, including Permission Marketing, an Amazon Top 100 bestseller for a year and a Fortune Best Business Book. His newest book, All Marketers are Liars , has already made the Amazon Top 100 and has inspired its own blog. Seth is also a renowned speaker, and was recently chosen as one of "21 Speakers for the Next Century" by Successful Meetings Magazine and is consistently rated among the best speakers by the audiences he addresses. Seth was founder and CEO of Yoyodyne, an interactive direct marketing company, which Yahoo! acquired in late 1998. He holds an MBA from Stanford, is a contributing editor to Fast Company magazine, and was called "the Ultimate Entrepreneur for the Information Age" by Business Week. This video is part of the Authors@Google series.

Away with Applications: The Death of the Desktop

Google Tech Talks May 4, 2007 ABSTRACT The computer desktop metaphor is ubiquitous, but how much work do we get done there? None! Time is entirely wasted navigating or shuffling content to the application in which we can finally work. What lessons can we learn from designing interfaces without the desktop and without applications? Is it even possible? And how does this apply to the Web? Currently, Web applications are often more usable than their desktop-based counterparts because each one does one thing and does it well. Desktop applications used to be the same way, but over time -- as applications grew to support the the users in the long tail -- each became a complex portmanteau of all possible features. If we are not careful, our Web apps will suffer the same conglomerated fate. Mashups and services help to solve the problem on the development end by freeing functionality from any particular application. But, there is currently no way to offer that wealth of possible functionality to users in a scalable way. Would it be nice to embed a dynamic map into your Gmail message? Sure. A Flickr slideshow? Sure. But for Google to offer those in addition to the hundreds of other possible options, would clutter the interface beyond usability. What's needed is a universal method of accessing functionality: a way of harnessing the power of services without the need for application developers to explicitly support them. I'll be demonstrating such a method. The talk demonstrates that a ZUI plus a universal method of accessing functionality spells the death of the application-centric computing model and the desktop-design paradigms