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Harvard Business Review: Videos

Since the Harvard Business Review (HBR) was first published in 1922, the magazine has cycled through many iterations, including editor Theodore Levitt's expansion of the brand in the 1980s to bring it to a wider audience, and the more recent decision to publish in eleven different languages. This section of the HBR's website focuses its considerable intellectual powers on producing and...

The premise of KeepVid could not be simpler. Just copy and paste a link from YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, DailyMotion, and other supported sites and select Download. The program then downloads the video or audio onto the user's computer free of charge. While KeepVid is safe and legal, readers will want to be careful about how they use their downloaded content. For instance, downloading the latest...
PBS 2013 Online Film Festival

Have you ever wanted to attend a film festival from the comfort of your own living room? With this collection of 25 short films under the PBS banner, that dream can become a reality. The films are featured under the headline "Watch Us Surprise You," which is a worthy byline. New visitors should start by watching the introduction to the history of online video and then looking over the About the...
Physics Girl

Physics Girl is the brain child of MIT graduate Dianna Cowern, a self-professed "physics enthusiast and brainstorming wizard" who started shooting videos about hard science topics as a "post-baccalaureate 'not sure what I'm supposed to do with my life' project." It has since taken off - garnering hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and press coverage from US News & World Report, Slate, and...
YouTube: Veritasium

With more three million subscribers, Veritasium is one of the most popular science channels on YouTube. Here readers will find brainy, entertaining videos on such topic as the World's Roundest Object, the Northernmost Town on Earth, and the Science of Hair Removal in Slow Motion. Videos have been divided into categories for easing scouting. For example, under Misconceptions, viewers will find...