The David Bowie song, covered by Commander Chris Hadfield aboard the International Space Station. I'm pretty jaded this days but this is one of the most wonderful things I have ever seen.
Nice Win32 front-end for DVDAuthor, amongst others.
Surprisingly fantastic software; unlike with YouTube et al, I can actually imagine abandoning TV for this (or something like it).
Entertaining as always. Since it's just speech, download the .flv and extract the audio for your listening pleasure with:
mplayer -dumpaudio -dumpfile output.mp3 videofile.flv
I don't think the response to the question about "reasonable faith" was adequate. A posteriori belief is not a matter of evidence alone, it's a matter of falsifiability. Years of falling apples don't prove Newton was right or that the force we call gravity will continue to operate in the future, but his observations have been tested and verified (unless and until faced with contrary evidence). It's reasonable to believe in gravity. By contrast, most claims of faith -- e.g., Intelligent Falling -- cannot be tested even in principle, let alone in practice. It's not that there isn't any evidence, but that adequate evidence is impossible.
Irrefutable evidence of the one true faith.