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08/02/2011

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Jim Melfi

For those who haven't viewed Michael Sandel's Justice series, please take the time to do so. He has the wonderful skill of getting his students excited and engaged. He was one of the first online lectures I viewed. After that came TED, Fora.tv, Edge.org, and a host of others. I am indebted to Sandel for launching my interest in talks and lectures. Jim Melfi, founder, VideoTalks.org.

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