Chomsky and Dershowitz Debate at Kennedy School Forum 11/29/05
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Chomsky and Dershowitz to Debate Future of Israel
and Palestine at Kennedy School Forum
CAMBRIDGE, MA The contentious issues surrounding the future of Israel and Palestine will be debated Nov. 29 at Harvards Kennedy School of Government. "Israel and Palestine After Disengagement: Where Do We Go From Here? will begin at 7 p.m. at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge.
The debate will feature:
* NOAM CHOMSKY, institute professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* ALAN DERSHOWITZ, Felix Frankfurter professor of law, Harvard Law School
This event is cosponsored by the Harvard Speech and Parliamentary Debate Society (HSPDS).
ADMIN EDIT: This Torrent uses DHT for tracking. Use a client that supports DHT like Azureus or Bitcomet.
I apologize for the quality. There are a few minutes missing between the files (laptop crashed), and the stream has a few garbled bits. It's only a temporary solution until they put it up in the archives in a couple weeks:
Nov 29 2005, 22:11 UTC
great! i was worried whether we'd get to see this...but the system works! many thanks!
Nov 30 2005, 00:11 UTC
These files dont run for me, not with media player classic or video lan client
Nov 30 2005, 06:11 UTC
It's real video/audio, you'd probably have better luck with MPlayer + those codecs:
Nov 30 2005, 11:11 UTC
The three files don't run for me either, using RealPlayer10 v.10.0.6.776 (gold) for Linux, which ordinarily plays all rm, ram, rmvb etc. files (checked several just now, they all played). RealPlayer starts up, buffering begins, goes to 22%, a couple of snippets of sound are heard (male voice), then buffering immediately jumps to 100% and then hangs. XMMS, MPlayer and VLC don't play the files either (I've got more than 100 codecs for them). Something seems to be awry.
Nov 30 2005, 12:11 UTC
The codec file is "drv4.so.6.0" -> http://www.flagrancy.net/tmp/drv4.so.6.0
Nov 30 2005, 18:11 UTC
MPlayer runs through a couple codecs before it finds one it likes:
Selected video codec: [rv40] vfm:realvid (Linux RealPlayer 9 RV40 decoder)
Checking audio filter chain for 44100Hz/2ch/s16le -> 44100Hz/2ch/s16le...
AO: [oss] 44100Hz 2ch s16le (2 bps)
Building audio filter chain for 44100Hz/2ch/s16le -> 44100Hz/2ch/s16le...
And that's what was used to dump the stream to file in the first place. Hope that helps.
Nov 30 2005, 18:11 UTC
FWIW, RealPlayer9 and the drv4.so.6.0 codec with which this video stream was encoded are obsolete, I believe. The current versions are RealPlayer10 and drvc.so for the RV40 decoder. I tried both RealPlayer10 and the current version of MPlayer with drvc.so as well as with drv4.so.6.0; they weren't able to play these files on my main Linux installation.
However, I was able to play them on another Linux distro (a slackware-derived live CD) using Mplayer and the drvc.so codec.
The version of this debate video that was posted two days ago (torrent #632, called ..... [PROPER][FIXED]) I was able to play without a hitch with RealPlayer10 but not with Mplayer on my main Linux installation.
In any case, thanks to the original contributor for providing this torrent so speedily. Even though I had some problems with this download, I was still able to watch the video within less than 24 hrs. after the event.
Dec 02 2005, 19:12 UTC