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Maine Ghost Hunters' mini-documentaries are about places we've been, or local areas of interest in our home state of Maine. Many of our Maine-based mini-documentaries are designed to bring the viewer's attention to locations of local lore, legend, and intrigue. If you know of an area or location of paranormal interest you'd like to see us do a mini-documentary on, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Maine Ghost Hunters
The FlightDeck, a monthly program provided by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l, features aviation industry news for ALPA members, industry stakeholders, and the traveling public. Segments, such as “Ask a Pilot” and “Fit for Flight,” answer commonly asked questions and offer helpful tips for those interested in aviation.
By Air Line Pilots Association
DigitalUpgrade ist der erste plattformuebergreifende Video Podcast fuer Technik Begeisterte. Mit Tipps, Tricks und News zu Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS und Linux, sowie vielen Freeware und Open Source Vorstellungen ist hier fuer jeden was dabei.
By DigitalUpgrade Team
Odd Job Jack is an award winning Canadian animated series broadcast on The Comedy Network. It features actor / writer / director Don McKellar as the voice of Jack. In each episode, Jack Ryder tries out a new job, introducing him to an array of interesting characters, unique experiences, and different perspectives on the working world. Since his last lost job, Jack has become neither older nor wiser. In his 4th season season, however, expect some big changes.
By Odd Job Jack
HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a philanthropy that supports biomedical research and science education. As part of its mission to strengthen science education, the Institute presents the Holiday Lectures on Science, an annual series that brings the latest developments in a rapidly moving field of research into the classroom. These lectures are videotaped and technical, but even the lay person can learn from them. Audio files are available, but you do lose the visual aids. However, they are still useable. Previous subjects have included, dengue, RNA, and the idea of quorum sensing which is how bacteria decide when to attack, or fireflies coordinate their flashing sequence.
By Howard Hughes Medical Institute