Last week, we showed you a clip of Bill Gates speaking at the recent Techonomy conference in Lake Tahoe. Our comments concentrated on a shorter segment where Gates talks about the coming transformation of education – about how the internet will start displacing the traditional university within five years. That clip figures into a larger talk, now fully available online, called "Reinventing Capitalism: How to Jumpstart What the Marketplace Can't" (48 minutes). And it puts Gates' views on education (not to mention his overall philanthropic work) into a larger context. What's generally on display here is his limitless faith that science and technology can solve the world's problems. It's an approach that makes perfect sense for ridding the world of malaria. But it's potentially a double-edge sword for education. You can watch the full talk above, or view it here. (His full comments on education & technology come around the 21 minute mark, and again later on.) You can also learn more about what Gates is reading, watching and listening to on his website.