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Link ECMAScript program Building Codes 101, Part I: Introduction to Building Codes
What are building codes? Why do we have them? Why can't we just build buildings however we want? These are some of the questions that this webinar set will help you to answer. The regulation of the way buildings are built in the United States is unique, compared to other industries and even other countries. It can be a mystery to those who have not yet actively participated in the process. This webinar will try to provide the big picture, even for those who have no experience with building codes.
Link ECMAScript program Building Codes 101, Part II: ICC and Building Codes
This Webinar focuses on the model codes provided by the International Code Council (ICC). It provides more specific information on ICC's family of codes and the methods used to create and modify them. It seeks to provide you with the information you need to make use of ICC's codes and participate in its code development process.
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Math 0309 Midterm Review
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Link D source code The "Daisy ad"
This is the most famous political advertisement ever made for television. President Lyndon Johnson is arguing that his opponent, Senator Barry Goldwater, was a warmonger who had made loose talk about using nuclear weapons in Vietnam. The advertisement was only showed one time on television, but was very effective and is still discussed today.