Offtopic: Working on a new Blogger hack soon. ;)
Free university courses onlineFancy taking a course at MIT, Berkeley or Johns Hopkins but don't want to fork out any cash? Now you can browse through any of their open courseware offerings available online for free! With a wide range of courses available and a huge list of participating universities, it's your chance to get a tertiary education without actually attending classes. Although universities won't officially recognize your Physics knowledge gained through their online courses, keep in mind that Einstein started out as a patent clerk (with a Physics degree).
[via How to take a course at MIT free -- at home @ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
(If you remember seeing something like this, Berkeley's lectures were featured here a few months back.)
CNET UK Internet TVThe UK version of CNET TV just launched and is getting pretty good feedback so far. Other than its slick and smooth interface, videos are of better quality and resolution than most Flash videos you see. Besides quality, there's also quantity. Despite its recent launch, it has already been populated with a decent selection of videos to watch, ranging from technology to music. And if you happen to have a widescreen monitor, you're in luck as all the videos are in widescreen format (I think :) ).
Just a tip: I've updated tk Video Search to include CNET's new site. :)