Thursday, August 26, 2004

Richard Feynman - Get your free audio lectures

If you are a Richard Feynman fan, as I am, you'll be thrilled to learn that a set of four audio lectures are available on QED and related subjects.

I don't have time to listen to them right now, but I'll be checking them out over the weekend and I'll write something about them here.

1 comment:

Jordan Henderson said...

Well, they aren't really audio lectures, they're audio/visual lectures. I've only watched the first one through, but it was quite good. I did listen to the second while I worked and it sounded interesting, but he makes a lot of use of diagrams that seem important to the discussion, so I missed a lot.

I don't know when I'll get the chance to watch them all. It's hard to take out an hour to sit and watch a lecture, but I'll try. Somehow, I thought they were audio only and I'd be able to listen to them, possibly repeatedly, while I worked and get something out of it. But, listening without seeing what he's writing is frustrating.