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I usually like web pages without Javascript and/or Flash features, which so often just pointlessly cripple things, but I'll make an exception for the Washington Post's special onBeing featuring snippets of video interviews with all sorts of interesting people. Writes Jenn, one of the coordinators:

onBeing is a project based on the simple notion that we should get to know one another a little better. What you’ll find here is a series of videos that takes you into the musings, passions, histories and quirks of all sorts of people. The essence of who they are, who we are.

You might like onBeing if you like things like the Post's Sunday "LIFE IS SHORT | Autobiography as Haiku" pieces or the This I Believe essays.