Category Archives: YouTube

Founded in February
2005, YouTube is the leader in online video, and the premier
destination to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web
experience. YouTube allows people to easily upload and share video
clips on and across the Internet through websites, mobile devices, blogs, and email.

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Examining Social Media Campaign Culture on Pinterest

As part of an ongoing series on how candidates and surrogates are using social media this election season, Margaret Warner and journalists Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz of the Daily Download discuss how Ann Romney and President Obama have used the virtual bulletin board Pinterest to reach out to voters, especially female ones.

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Max Payne 3 – Design and Technology Series: Targeting and Weapons

The second installment in our Max Payne 3 Design and Technology Video Series showcases how we’ve set out to reimagine the gunplay mechanics of the third person action shooter. With a precision targeting system that’s reflective of a first person game and lifelike weapon animation design, Max Payne 3 creates an unparalleled level of immersion and cinematic realism.

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Five Cancer Diagnostics Innovators Win Funding from GE’s 00 Million Healthymagination Challenge

Five Cancer Diagnostics Innovators Win Funding from GE’s 00 Million Healthymagination Challenge Let the disruption begin! In September, at an event launching GE’s billion dollar global campaign against cancer, a panel of health care innovators, venture capitalists and Silicon Valley luminaries discussed how to disrupt the way cancer diagnosis currently works and improve patient outcomes. It wasn’t just talk. GE backed up the conversation with the new 00 million healthymagination challenge, an open innovation challenge to find and fund the best new ideas for improving breast cancer detection and diagnosis

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Topical News: Benefits and Pitfalls of Social Media – April 5, 2012 — Navigating social media as a physician can be somewhat intimidating. Many physicians remain skeptical of its value and have concerns over personal privacy, HIPAA violations and time management. In this segment, Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Paul Moniz speaks with Katherine Chretien, MD, an internist, medical educator and founder of Mothers in Medicine blog

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