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How everyday things are made

One of the things I liked about watching PBS when I was a kid was that they occassionally showed shows on how stuff was made. The machines in these factories, and how fast they did things, was always so fascinating to me. Leave it up to Stanford to put a pile of videos online that range from how jelly beans are made to how airplanes are made. I could spend my entire day here! Link from BBspot.

Posted by Jake on 08/13/03 @ 05:48 PM
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