Lately I've been using my mp3 player to listen to lectures given by college professors. Each course is divided into 12 to 48 lectures each one 30 to 60 minutes long. Which is about how long I sat in most of my college classes. I just wish I could have gone through college as fast as I'm going through these lectures. In the past couple of weeks I've finished 13 courses: Joy of Thinking - The Beauty and Power of Classical Mathematical Ideas Modern Physics for Non-Scientists Particle Physics For Non Physicists - 24 Lectures TTC - Understanding the Universe TTC - Search for Intelligent Life in Space TTC - Einstein's Relativity and the Quantum Revolution TTC Science in the Twentieth Century A Social-Intellectual Survey TMS - A History of Ancient Rome TMS - Chandak Sengoopta - Darwin, Darwinism, and the Modern World TMS - Classical Mythology The Romans TMS - Timothy B. Shutt - Monsters, Gods and Heroes TTC History of Science from 1700 to 1900 TTC Tools of Thinking In the next couple of weeks I'll be taking: Neolithic Europe TTC - 256.7 - Life and Work of Mark Twain Great Ideas of Psychology - 48 Lectures TTC Comedy Through the Ages TTC The Symphony TTC - 730 - Symphonies of Beethoven TTC - Chamber Music of Mozart TTC - Classical Mythology TTC - King Arthur and Chivalry TTC - Great Masters - Tchaikovsky - His Life & Music TTC Abraham Lincoln- In His Own Words TTC - Shakespeare - Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies TTC.Calculus Made Clear 20th Century American Fiction TTC History of Science from Antiquity to 1700 TMS - 23 - Astronomy.- Earth, Sky and Planets TTC - Introduction to Archeology TTC - What's New in Astronomy - Video TTC - Human Prehistory and the First Civilizations TMS - Astronomy, Stars, Galaxies & the Universe TTC - The Vikings Know any colleges giving "I swear I listented to it" credits? And what's my major? ps I had to add the course on Vikings so I can talk to Evo next christmas.