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  1. Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner

    Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner looks pretty darned cool.

    It's a free collection of over 1600 videos and podcasts on entrepreneurship, from a pretty well edjumicated group of presenters.

    Check it out!
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  2. Good stuff, Will. They are divided into small video segments of a few minutes each which is quite convenient.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by DomainMagnate View Post
    Good stuff, Will. They are divided into small video segments of a few minutes each which is quite convenient.
    That made me laugh -- it's education for the YouTube generation.

    For us old folks, there are the Audio/Video Courses at MIT OpenCourseware.
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    It surprises me that this needs to be taught in America in a University. Are there no Henry Fords or Bill Gates like characters working away in their basements/bedrooms/garages anymore?

    I believe that you need many years of childhood influence to make you entrepreneurial, I am skeptical that you can take a previously non-entrepreneurial college student and turn them around via some lectures. But inspire them for sure.

    Hmm dunno.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    I am skeptical that you can take a previously non-entrepreneurial college student and turn them around via some lectures.
    Maybe if you didn't feed them.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    That made me laugh -- it's education for the YouTube generation.

    For us old folks, there are the Audio/Video Courses at MIT OpenCourseware.
    There was a tiny bit of sarcasm hidden in my comment, but I didn't expect anyone to pick it up

    That link reminded me of my old college days when I used to listen to the lectures online and ran them at 1.5-2x speed for the really boring courses

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