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Huge Bike Jump into a Pond 35 feet in the air



Rating: 4

I’m on facebook and twitter now! :) www.facebook.com twitter.com Download this song for FREE at www.cantstopwontstopmusic.com. Subscribe to CSWS! – www.youtube.com Check ‘em out on iTunes – itunes.apple.com Film made by Devin Graham (Directed, DP, Edited) You can contact me through a youtube message, and I will always get back to you. dpdevin@gmail.com is also my email i use daily. Follow me on twitter at twitter.com Also, make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my channel for other rad videos that will be coming out on a regular basis, at least every two weeks a new video will be released. You can subscribe here :) www.youtube.com Also on camera I had Jace Leroy, Kristen Hillier, and Josh Contor who had full freedom to pick their own shots. We also had several other people help who jumped on camera for a little bit while we were filming. Shout out to the Ensoul team, a team of extremely talented bikers , break dancers, poppers, and free runners. We had several of there team members doing the stunts for the video. You can check out there facebook page here… www.facebook.com We had one person get hurt filming the video, he was the second crash that appears. He ended up with 6 stitches in his knee cap. The week before we filmed someone had broken their neck on the jump. On a technical note, it was filmed on a Canon 5D Mark II, 2 Canon 2Ti’s, and one EX1. I used a glidecam 4000 HD for all the smooth shots. You can check out the exact model on their official website here where you can

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  • Crafting your Facebook profile for maximum impact
  • Getting into the Facebook community: crucial dos and don’ts
  • Joining the right Facebook Groups—or starting your own
  • Creating a Facebook blog that attracts paying customers
  • Promoting products and services with free Facebook Marketplace classifieds
  • Hosting your own Facebook events: from company picnics to concerts
  • Successfully advertising on Facebook, without overspending
  • Promoting your business within today’s most popular Facebook applications
  • Tracking the results of your advertising
  • Using brand-new viral video marketing techniques
  • Driving even more Web traffic to your Facebook pages
  • Building your own Facebook applications

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1 Targeting Your Profile 5

    Welcome to Facebook Marketing 5

    Welcome to Facebook 7

    Getting Started with Facebook 8

    The Profile Tab 12

        Across the Top 13

        The Search Bar 15

        Name, Photo, Networks, and Status 18

        The Mini-Feed Section 19

        The Friends and Friends in Other Networks Sections 19

        The Photos Section 21

        The Groups Section 23

        The Information Section 24

        The Education and Work Section 24

        The Gifts Section 25

        The Wall Section 25

        Editing Your Profile 25

        Setting Profile Privacy 27

    The Friends Tab 31

        Searching for Friends 31

        Managing Your Friends 33

        Creating Friend Lists 35

    The Inbox Tab 37

        Reading Messages 38

        Avoiding Spam 39

        Reading Notifications 39

        Composing Messages 40

    Getting Help 41

 

2 Facebook Groups 45

    Welcome to Facebook Groups 45

        Messaging Your Members 46

        A Word About Spam 46

    Joining Facebook Groups 47

        What Groups Are Available? 47

        Taking a Look at a Group 51

        How Do I Join a Group? 54

        Which Groups Can I Join? 54

    Creating Your Own Facebook Groups 55

        Creating Your Group 57

        Customizing Your Group 58

        Inviting Friends to Join Your Group 61

        Seeing Your New Group 65

    Managing Your New Group 67

        Deleting a Group 70

 

3 Creating Your Own Pages 71

    Welcome to Facebook Pages 71

    Pages from a Marketing Perspective 72

        Viral Marketing with Pages 73

        Page Authenticity 74

    Finding Pages 75

        Searching for Pages 76

        Browsing Pages by Type 78

        Browsing All Pages 79

    Becoming a Fan of a Page 80

    Examining a Page 83

    Sharing a Page 85

    Creating Your Own Page 88

    Examining Your New Page 92

    Editing Your Page 94

    Updating Your Fans 98

    Promoting Your Page 99

 

4 Hosting Your Own Facebook Events 101

    Welcome to Facebook Events 101

    All About Facebook Events 102

    Checking Out Your Friends’ Events 103

    Taking a Look at an Event 104

        The Information Section 106

        The Description Section 107

        The Other Information Section 109

        The Photos,Video, and Posted Items Section 109

        The Confirmed Guests Section 109

        The Other Invites Section 109

        The Wall 110

        The Event Type and Admins Section 110

    Adding an Event to Your Event List 110

    Browsing for Events 113

    Searching for Events 113

    Creating an Event 115

    Customizing an Event 117

        Uploading the Image for the Event 118

        Setting Event Options 118

        Setting Event Access 119

        Inviting People to Your Event 119

    Seeing Your Event 122

    Managing and Publicizing Your Event 124

        Message All Guests 1…


LEARN AFRO KINKY TWIST



Rating: 4

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Japanese Pattern Practice for Quick Speaking. (Level 03) – Interrogative Adverb – TKP 0262 (JPP 03) -

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Motocross Physics with Ryan Sipes – Smarter Every Day 30



Rating: 4

This is most often described in terms of angular momentum. I decided to use the rotational energy approach. I’m shooting with a high speed camera made by Vision Research. www.visionresearch.com – Click here to contact them with inquiries and tell them I sent you! That will be fun. Check us out on Facebook: on.fb.me A big thanks to Ryan Sipes – Motocross Superstar The custom music was created by “A Shell In The Pit”. Support the artist by going and downloading this and many more of his songs. The name of the song is “Sike” ashellinthepit.com Download some of his music to jam to here: ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com Jumpers: Ryan Sipes, Pooh Sipes, Ben Linderman, and others

Sizing Up the Universe: The Cosmos in Perspective

Sizing Up the Universe: The Cosmos in Perspective



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Sizing Up the Universe reveals an ingenious new way to envision the outsize proportions of space, based on the work of Princeton University professors Richard Gott and Robert Vanderbei. Using scaled maps, object comparisons, and beautiful space photographs, it demonstrates the actual size of objects in the cosmos —from Buz Aldrin’s historic footprint to the visible universe and beyond. The authors offer visual comparisons with astonishing precision and maximum reader-friendliness, conveying clear and understandable explanations of unimaginable vastness. Plus, as an unprecedented bonus, their 1.5-million-selling Map of the Universe is published here for the first time ever in a book—presented on an oversize foldout page that maximizes its eye-popping presentation of satellites, planets, stars, and galaxies. Based on the popularity of the map and of Richard Gott’s Time Travel in Einstein’s Universe, and offering innovative ways to appreciate the majesty of the universe, this new title should soar.

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In this close-up view, the Carina Nebula features a pair of Bok globules (left and right), which are thought to be concentrations of dust condensing into yet-to-be-born stars. (NASA, ESA, p. 6-7) The Western Veil Nebula, known as the Witch’s Broom, is part of a huge supernova remnant that spans more than six moon widths (diameters) across in the night sky. (Robert J. Vanderbei, p. 8-9) The band of light known as the Milky Way is at its widest when one looks at it in the direction of the galactic center. (Jim Richardson, p. 25) The Pan-STARRS 1 telscope complex in Maui, Hawaii maps the sky. (Stephen L. Alvarez,. 44-45)

With 14,000,000-power magnification provided by a hypothetical supertelescope, we would be able to see dramatic views of nearby stars as well as the footprint Buzz Aldrin left behind on the moon. (Stars: Robert J. Vanderbei, p. 43) The moon is roughly a quarter the size of Earth. When astronauts on the moon looked back at Earth, it was four times the angular diameter of the moon as seen from Earth. (NASA, p. 144) The Butterfly Nebula, a dying star shedding gas. The ring of dust at the narrow waist, thrown off by the star earlier, now forces newly ejected gas out the top and bottom, creating a nebula that is more than two lightyears in diameter. (NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team STScI/AURA, p. 187) Buzz Aldrin on the moon, photographed by Neil Armstrong. Armstrong is reflected in the visor. (NASA, p. 191)



What we learned from 5 million books (TED)



Rating: 5

Original website : TED.com www.ted.com About this talk : Have you played with Google Labs’ NGram Viewer? It’s an addicting tool that lets you search for words and ideas in a database of 5 million books from across centuries. Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel show us how it works, and a few of the surprising things we can learn from 500 billion words. About the speaker : Jean-Baptiste Michel: Data researcher Jean-Baptiste Michel looks at how we can use large volumes of data to better understand our world. Erez Lieberman Aiden: Researcher Erez Lieberman Aiden pursues a broad range of research interests, spanning genomics, linguistics, mathematics … Full biography : www.ted.com www.ted.com External links : Erez Lieberman Aiden’s Home: www.erez.com Jean-Baptiste Michel’s Home: ngrams.googlelabs.com Video source file : video.ted.com Under Creative Commons License : Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported creativecommons.org

Internet Safety – Newsround Caught In The Web (9 Feb 2010)



Rating: 4

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Welch-Allyn Thermoscan PRO 4000 Thermometer – Thermoscan PRO 4000 – Model 04000-200

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[WATCH]: Include details about your education on your LinkedIn profile



Rating: 5

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