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Why Apple Removed Reviews From Their Website

On November 17th Apple quietly removed all ratings and reviews from their online store, with no official justification as to why. And this left many people wondering what Apple’s motivation was. After all, about 90% of consumers read reviews before buying a product online, and considering the Apple store offers exclusive items, it can be […]

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Lecture 0 – Introduction to Computer Science I

>>[MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC – ROSSINI, “RANZ DES VACHES” FROM WILLIAM TELL] >>[MUSIC – THE ENGLISH BEAT, “MARCH OF THE SWIVEL HEADS”] >>[APPLAUSE AND CHEERING]>>DAVID MALAN: So this is CS50. My name is David Malan. And 73% of you have no prior experience with computer science, contrary to what you might think. So today we thought […]

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How to Follow an Electrical Panel Wiring Diagram

This video is unlike any of the videos we’ve done before. We’re going to delve into the world of panel drawings! This is an exceptionally useful weapon to have in our armory, as it not only helps us to build panels and understand the inner workings of them, but they help to troubleshoot problems if […]

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What is CURRENT– electric current explained, electricity basics

Hey there, guys, Paul here from TheEngineeringMindset.com. In this video, we’re going to be discussing electrical current. We’ll be looking at what is current, the different types of current, how to check the ratings of your electrical devices. As well as how we use safety features to save you from being electrocuted. Current is the […]

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カタカナで発音せんといてや/Beware of Katakana English

Have you ever been in this pickle? こんな困ったことがある? Hello. Welcome to Fry’s Electronics. いらっしゃいませ、Fry’s Electronicsへようこそ。 How can I help you? 何かお手伝いしましょうか。 My phone is old. 私の電話が古いのですが。 Do you have a new バージョン(version)? 新しいバージョンがありますか。 Um, what did you say? ??何ておっしゃいました? Hello everyone! Celina here. まいど、皆さん、セリーナやで。 Welcome to the KitakuEigo channel. Kitaku-Eigoチャンネルへようこそ。 Japanese has borrowed 日本語というのは多様な言葉 multiple […]

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Electric Vocabulary

I’m going to try to shine a historical light on our language, and tell you a story about the electric vocabulary. It all begins over 2,600 years ago. An ancient Greek, called Thales of Miletus, is thought to be the first person to observe what we would today call electrical phenomena. He discovered that a […]

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