Originally Posted by Thomas_S_Hunterson
There's a full series of lectures freely available from a course in MIT on GEB. Notes, videos, audio are all provided.
O/t but I'm very impressed by how much material is available online for free. Big universities making entire modules available for free is certainly a positive development for academia.
Second that, I recently came across the OCW stuff from MIT when trying to brush up on my Algebra and Calculus knowledge after I found myself stuck on a problem at work that I knew I should know from leaving cert maths.
It is amazing what they have up, from full lectures to full text books and revision notes to exam papers. Watching a lecture on introduction to calculus, having the course book right there and then having study notes, it was more than enough to get me back into learning and I've move far beyond the specific area I wanted to brush up on. I could literally spend months going through the lectures and text books.
Fair play MIT, next pay day you are getting a donation from me to help support his amazing resource.