The Feynman lectures, available now from Microsoft's Project Tuva, but only if you install Silverlight.
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- Mar 20, 2012
- Thank you,!Mar 20, 2012
- cc and annotate are very much possible on 'Youtube' and there is no reason to use Silverlight whatsoever. There maybe other reasons but I'm certain they were decided by others than those 'in the know'.Mar 20, 2012
- well, the Tuva project was sponsored by Bill Gates.Mar 20, 2012
- I think since Bill Gates made the videos possible, he gets to make them available via Silverlight if he so chooses. The fact that they are also available via other sources makes your irrational conspiracy-tainted viewpoint, well, pointless. Nobody is forcing you to access Project Truva, but evidently you just want something to complain about.Mar 20, 2012
- Ok, I didn't know M$ sponsered Tuva, now I do. Indeed that would be one of the few reasons to use Silverlight.
Sorry for being disturbing :-), just pointed out my amazement that anyone is serious publishing would do this. Now I understand.Mar 20, 2012