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Digital broadcasts of university level courses have been around for a while, but they never seem to have really caught on with the general public. If you haven’t explored these resources, do it now!

Anyway, one of the first of such courses I dropped in on was an introduction to physics by prof Walter Lewin (I always wanted to be a physicist but never did anything about it), and it was surprisingly engaging. Now, you can catch the audio version of Lewin’s physics class as well as others right in iTunes.

I had no idea that iTunes offered this service, and being as I’m going through an audio-book obsession, this is perfect:

 

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