RTCA – A Helping Hand For Your Community

RTCA – A Helping Hand For Your Community

A helping hand for your community. Communities can grow from the seed of an idea. Great ideas can build great communities. Do you want to give your community something that will last a lifetime? Build a trail, create a park, expand outdoor recreation opportunities, protect natural areas. If your vision is related to natural resource […]

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Civilization VI: Rise and Fall – First Look: Georgia

Civilization VI: Rise and Fall – First Look: Georgia

Tamar leads Georgia in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. Remembered today for her diplomatic prowess, support of the arts, piety, and extension of the Georgian kingdom, it is no wonder Tamar is canonized as a saint. Georgia’s unique ability is “Strength in Unity.” When changing eras into a Golden Age, you receive an additional bonus […]

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Directors’ College Video Series – The Community Reinvestment Act

Directors’ College Video Series – The Community Reinvestment Act

– Thank you for joining us for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Information Session for Bank Directors on the Community Reinvestment Act, one of several sessions being developed as part of the FDIC’s community banking initiative. I’m Julie Banfield, Deputy Regional Director with the FDIC’s Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection. This presentation is an […]

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CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: Nubia

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: Nubia

Amanitore leads Nubia in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. She was one of the greatest Queens of Nubia, and her reign was the most prosperous time for the Kushites. The site of her palace, Jebel Barkal in modern day Sudan, is a World Heritage Site. Nubia’s unique ability is Ta-Seti. They get bonus production towards Ranged […]

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Civilization VI: Gathering Storm – First Look: Maori

Civilization VI: Gathering Storm – First Look: Maori

FIRST LOOK: MAORI Kupe leads the Maori in Civilization VI: Gathering Storm. According to Maori legend, the navigator Kupe sailed from Hawaiki to the undiscovered land that would become New Zealand, and remains a figure in many Maori myths still shared today. Kupe’s leader ability is called ‘Kupe’s Voyage.” The initial Maori units begin the […]

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Ymir, the multiplayer civilization builder

Ymir, the multiplayer civilization builder

Ymir is a 4X multiplayer strategy game combined with a city builder where each player develops a civilization starting at the stone age. On one hand you have to govern your state : colonizing new lands, securing resources, dealing with your neighbours, choosing civics, discovering technologies, waging war… And on the other hand you have […]

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Warhol-style, Pop Art Portrait from a Photo!

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Warhol-style, Pop Art Portrait from a Photo!

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. I’m going to show you how to create an Andy Warhol-style, pop art image from a photo! It can be black and white or color. This is an update of a tutorial I did quite awhile ago on an earlier version of Photoshop. The techniques in this […]

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Who we are / National Union of Students

Who we are / National Union of Students

Hi! I’m Zamzam Ibrahim your NUS President and I’m Erica Ramos NUS Vice President Union Development and we’re just two of 13 officers that work every day to represent you and we do that by working with the government, we do that by running campaigns about issues that you care about and trying to make […]

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How to Enroll in Online Banking: Robins Financial Credit Union

How to Enroll in Online Banking: Robins Financial Credit Union

Welcome to Robins Financial Credit Union If you’re watching this video, you’re probably wondering how do I start using all of the great online banking tools I’ve heard about? Getting started is easy There’s just a few things you should know about. Nothing difficult, we promise! Your starting point is our website robinsfcu.org Do you […]

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Protected Voices: Social Media Literacy

Protected Voices: Social Media Literacy

If it’s on the Internet, it must be true. Right? Many of us, and many voters, take truth in advertising for granted. But while the Federal Trade Commission keeps blatant lies out of product descriptions, there is no Internet police doing the same for online information. Especially for information shared through social media channels. Hi, […]

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