I don’t have time to go over videos on the Web, but sometimes really nice things pop up, & usually from Google. I really enjoyed their Factory tour video, but now they seem to release their inner education lectures, which are quite amazing. So nice of them to share them.
- Today I came across a lecture by Doug Lenat, forwarded (beautifully) by Peter Norvig. What more can you ask for???
- Great lecture on Human Computation by the inventor of Captcha
- Another lecture is titled: Building Large Systems at Google (!)
- & another one, on how big is the universe: When is a Googol not enough
- Check this one out: Aspect Oriented Programming: Radical Research in Modularity, by the inventor of AspectJ
- Check out a lecture on the great Facebook: Our lives, our Facebooks
- & on the great Wikipedia: Wikipedia & MediaWiki
- & this one, by a Test Strategist: Achievable Futures
- on sociology & economics: The Paradox of choice, Why less is more
- And one on: Practical Common Lisp
& many many more. How cool!
BTW, look for many other amazing lectures in Google Video, such as: Lecture by Jeff Hawkins (On Intelligence, Palm) from Numenta!!!!!!!!!!!