Thursday, March 8, 2007

Lectures At Cal; Stuffy Auditorium Not Required

By Kara Platoni
Thu, Mar 8, 2007 at 3:28 PM

Ever get discouraged when you can't make it to a public lecture at UC Berkeley because it sold out way in advance, the way Stephen Hawking's upcoming talk on the origins of the universe did? Check out this neat little webpage from which you can download webcasts and podcasts of recent Cal events, like Fernando Botero speaking about his "Abu Ghraib" paintings, or Dan Rather weighing in on whether or not the media is failing America. Load these babies onto your iPod, and you have some brain food for your morning commute.

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