I'm enjoying iTunesU and some of the great lectures available for download. The first one I watched was Thomas Friedman's "The World is Flat" talk at MIT. In my queue I have, among others, "The Brain Basis of Human Vision" by Nancy Kanswisher and "Object recognition with deformable models" by Pedro Felzenschwalb.

As a professor, I'm amazed (and delighted) by the fact that there are so many high-quality lectures and materials available on the Web these days. In addition to iTunesU, and TED Talks (all of which already mentioned in this blog), I also enjoy Google Tech Talks, and I'm sure there is more to be discovered out there... This site keeps a list that is worth checking out...

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