Franklin Delano Roosevelt: First Inaugural Address

On March 4th, 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his first inaugural address, which is considered one of the most important speech of the 20th century (rank 3 in the Top 100 in the list compiled by Professors Stephen E. Lucas and Martin J. Medhurst).

You can find a better quality audio version as well as a transcript at AmericanRhetoric.com.

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Shelly Roche: Secret Copyright Treaty Threatens Internet Freedom

Shelly Roche from ByteStyle.tv warns about the consequences of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, the secret copyright treaty that recently leaked, which according to the Free Software Foundation would "create a culture of surveillance and suspicion".

You can find more information and links in the article at ByteStyle.tv.

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John F. Kennedy: We choose to go to the moon…

This is the famous speech John F. Kennedy gave in 1962 about the commitment to go to the moon.

Historyplace provides a transcript.

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Partha Dasgupta & Amory Lovins: Will It Cost the Earth to Save the Planet?

Partha Dasgupta and Amory Lovins answer the question whether it is costly to stop climate change.

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Evgeny Morozov: How the Net aids dictatorships

Evgeny Morozov argues at TED that connections via technology don’t necessarily aid democracy and in some cases even plays into the hands of dictatorships.

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