4 March 2005

How Things Are Made

On this site from Stanford University, you can click "How everyday Things Are Made". Expect an entertaining surprise, fitted with snazzy Flash.

The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Standford University has designed an online video show about how products are made and processes occur. I chose Jelly Beans for a start and moved straight into motorcycles. I closed it out with waterjet/laser cutting.

Companies could use this innovative piece of media tech for desktop training, and educators could distribute courses, narrated and documented.

We could put our course on Blogging & Wiki-ing for Idiots into this and sell it like petrol for mass mobilization in the new economy.

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