The Teaching Company has been built on the idea that some professors are worth listening to. Now I don’t know what Purdue’s professors are like when it comes to politics or history, but if they are good, I might pay a couple of books for one of their courses. I imagine Eastman and I can get some traction for our 60 hours of ConLaw, or Erwin for that matter. Now if I can only figure out the technology to conduct a dry run. Watch for the podcast of a ConLaw lecture soon.