Top Gear: On The Track At Donington

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May hit Donington in three stripped-out track cars - the KTM X-Bow, the Morgan Three Wheeler and the Caterham R500. Great clip from Top Gear series 18, episode 6.

What's The Most Dangerous Place on Earth?

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Martin Luther King Saves Star Trek from Losing Lt Uhura

Nichelle Nichols discusses how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was a fan of Star Trek and convinced her to remain on the series.

Nichols planned to leave Star Trek in 1967 after its first season, but a conversation with Martin Luther King, Jr. persuaded her to stay, stating that she was a role model for the black community.

MLK: Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam

Martin Luther King Jr gave this sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967
Note: As part of the process of creating imagery for this video, the speech was edited for length. The whole speech is reprinted at link found below. Sections in bold were omitted in the video. Once you've watched the video, we urge you to read the speech in its entirety.

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Bill Maher: New Rules 1/18/13

Meh in Black, The Wages of Schwinn, Spiffy Pube, Cold Front, The Mansion Family, Rover Exposure, and finally Shrivel Liberties.

James May's Man Lab with Alexander Armstrong

James shows how to disarm a WWII bomb, builds a concrete kitchen worktop, teaches the art of seduction in the style of Thomas Campion, learns how to polish a boot, builds a large scale model railway, makes a fish finger sandwich and builds a radio control powered picnic table.

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Aaron Swartz: The Network Transformation

San Francisco, April 2007 // Categories: networks, search

Here Swartz describes the nature of the shift from centralized one-to-many systems, such as broadcast television, to the decentralized many-to-many topography of network communication. The end of scarcity in transmission capacity poses the question of how to finance information production and how people can find their way through the abundance; search engines and collaborative filtering mechanisms have become both essential tools and points of control. These systems paradoxically exercise a renewed centralizing influence due to the social entrenchment of the 'hit' phenomenon. Can technical design help to counteract this tendency?

Whites Only Laundry

Tom opens a laundromat that specializes in washing white clothes and then cluelessly gives it a series of unfortunate names.

An optimistic laundry shop owner makes increasingly poor decisions on the business name in this hilarious spoof ad created by the NYC sketch comedy group TheBilderbergers.

Jimmy Kimmel: This Week in Unnecessary Censorship

Jimmy Kimmel Live - This Week in Unnecessary Censorship

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