With the success of videos on physics such as those on YouTube, I was wondering whether we ought to try and create short video tutorials on select topics. a) We can draw on the vast pool of talent in PF b) We can organize among ourselves better than those on YouTube; many of the topics are repeated (basic set theory; basic topology; classical mechanics) whereas some of the harder topics are left out altogether. (Quantum optics, information theory; Cosmology..) These videos needn't be too long - maybe 10 min videos will be nice. Seeing that we already have a PF library for such a purpose, I thought it might be interesting to expand along this direction. It needn't necessarily be course related either. It could be a set of talks on a given topic which are interesting and outside the scope of the classroom which you can tackle once you know the basics. We could organize these into playlists. Let me know what you guys think.