Time For Some Book Learnin!


I had an incredible list of free online learning resources shared with me earlier today and had to pass it along.

Learn thee well!

General Sites:


Schools and Universities:

Other General Sites:


Specialized Sites:


Computer Related:

Music:

Language:

Cooking/Food:

eBooks/Online Books/Academic Journals:

Other Subjects:


The more you know, the more you realize you don’t know.

I will continue and add/edit/refine this list as my time permits. Please send me a message if you spot a broken link, have general grievance with some sort of error, or have a good link we can add.

Thank you Everyone!

Edit: It looks like this thread has been archived, so if anyone has any more suggestions please PM me. I plan to work on this list and add annotations for each link and maybe do some better organizing. When that is done I will post it again to try to get all the new links that have sprung up over the last year and to allow comments to be made again.

Source: http://www.reddit.com/r/reddit.com/comments/cktxy/reddit_lets_compile_a_list_of_the_best_online/

Robert Reich Lays It Down (Video)


Berkeley prof and former labor secretary, Robert Reich, says the U.S. is letting itself go.  He cuts to the chase in this short video.

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Is College a Gamble?


I read a Fast Co. article by Gregory Ferenstein last week, “What College Degrees Are Really Worth,” (Thanks go out to @lucymarcus for sharing the link!) which shared information on median earnings by major group. (Displayed in the image below.)  As someone who is working on a second masters, in a down and highly uncertain economy, the article got the wheels turning and eventually led to this post.

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Clinton Global Initiative 2010 – Day 1 is in the Books


Clinton Global Initiative | 2010 Annual Meeting Webcast | live.clintonglobalinitiative.org

Photo by: Creativity+ Timothy K Hamilton

The Clinton Global Initiative 2010 Annual Meetings are in full swing! Bill Clinton started this organization in 2005, “to help our world move beyond the current state of globalization to a more integrated global community of shared benefits, responsibilities, and values.”

The Clinton Global Initiative focuses on the following four areas: