One of my favourite bloggers at Microsoft was Robert Scoble - but now he is working for PodTech and seems to spend an inordinate amount of time visiting successful companies and interviewing the movers and shakers behind the scenes. This time his chosen 'company' is SLAC, the Stanford Linear Accelerator team - maybe because they put up the US's first website, but the conversations with the team at SLAC are interesting and diverse and cover not only the birth of the web (both at SLAC ande CERN), but also much about particle physics too.
The videos are kind of long (first one is 76minutes!) but ideal for those of you with video iPods and long journeys to work.
Scoble Show: SLAC (7 Feb 2007)
Video tour of SLAC