Sunday, May 6, 2007

Some stuff you can watch online for free...

Reading is hard. Typing is not fun. I have nothing to say, but I *do* like to eat donuts and watch stuff:

The Collapse of Intelligent Design by: Kenneth Miller A seemingly emotionless almost robot-like journalist interviews scientists, philosophers, and theologians about stuff I pretend to be interested in.

Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics Blackboard Lunches: About 10 years of talks on a potpourri of topics with varying degrees of formality and technical details.

Beyond Belief 2006: A program put together by The Science Network on science, religion, reason, and survival.

Moving Image Archive at the Internet Archive: Of note are (1) The A/V Geeks Film Archive: bunch of old educational and industrial training videos from a simpler time, (2) Squeak the Squirrel, and (3) The Power of Nightmares by Adam Curtis.

Wholphin: A DVD magazine of "unseen films" from those McSweeney's people. There is some free "web-only" content. By the way, it's real.

EepyBird: Diet Coke and Mentos...what will they think of next?

1 comment:

Alan Rosenwinkel said...

You can also watch a bunch of MIT lectures online here

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