Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Web: Fora.tv: The world is thinking

fora.tv screen shotWow, another great television replacement, courtesy of the Internet. One of the first videos I watched was Ross King, author of Brunelleschi's Dome, one of my favorite books, from a reading he did at Cody's Books. While I prefer to consume my audio and video in podcast form, so I don't have to be sitting at my computer to watch it, this is good second choice and offers up yet another great source for excellent and entertaining material.

Add a series of RSS feeds so I could download videos with specific authors, keywords or venues and it would be almost perfect.

The world is thinking

Fora Tv is a good place to watch videos of lectures and discussions on topics ranging from politics and science to religion and the arts. Whether you'd like to see Jim Lehrer talk about politics and prose, or watch Brian Eno and Will Wright discuss the joys and techniques of generative creation, you might find something here to like

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Other Books by Ross King

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