Posts filed under “Video”

Bloomberg TV: Evaluating a Volatile Market

Evaluating the state of the markets and the potential timetable for a Federal Reserve rate hike.

Panic or Profit: Evaluating a Volatile Market

Source: Bloomberg, September 2, 2015 1:38 PM EDT

Category: Investing, Media, Video

Alan Adler, Inventor of AeroPress and Aerobie

Apparently, he mostly invents things that are round and begin with the words of Aero:

Inventor Portrait: Alan Adler (AeroPress; Aerobie) from David Friedman on Vimeo.
Source: Vimeo

Category: Food and Drink, Science, Technology, Video

Donald Trump Says “China”

Source: Huffington Post

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Category: Humor, Politics, Video

Bruce Springsteen: Acoustic Born to Run

Great version of Born to Run on it 40th anniversary.


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Category: Friday Night Jazz, Video, Weekend

How to Fight Drought: Study Trees

Source: fivethirtyeight

Category: Science, Video

Bloomberg TV Appearance: Oil, Markets & the Fed

I did a quick TV hit earlier today with Matt Miller and Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Markets.

How Badly Did the Global Selloff Damage Stocks?

Source: Bloomberg, August 27, 2016



How the Markets Are Influencing the Fed

Source: Bloomberg, August 27, 2016


The Economic Benefits of Lower Oil Prices

Source: Bloomberg, August 27, 2016


Category: Energy, Media, Video

Piketty: New Thoughts on Capital in the 21st Century

French economist Thomas Piketty caused a sensation in early 2014 with his book on a simple, brutal formula explaining economic inequality: r > g (meaning that return on capital is generally higher than economic growth). Here, he talks through the massive data set that led him to conclude: Economic inequality is not new, but it is getting worse, with radical possible impacts.


Source: TED

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Category: Video, War/Defense

How to Get People to Care About Climate Change

Remember climate change? For the first time since 1984, the issue didn’t even come up in a presidential debate. But bringing climate change back into our national conversation is as much a communications challenge as it is a scientific one. Scientist Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, joins Bill to describe his efforts to do what even Hurricane Sandy couldn’t — galvanize communities over what’s arguably the greatest single threat facing humanity. Leiserowitz, who specializes in the psychology of risk perception, knows better than anyone if people are willing to change their behavior to make a difference

Anthony Leiserowitz on Making People Care About Climate Change from on Vimeo.

via Yale360

Category: Psychology, Science, Video, Weekend

What Happens to Your Checked Luggage at the Airport

Category: Travel, Video

Bad Lip Reading: First Republican Debate


Category: Humor, Politics, Video