Hey, you look like you're in need of some good procrastination material. Fortunately we have plenty of DNA song videos to keep you from any real work you might've gotten done today.
First up: "Regulatin' Genes," in which Derrick Davis and Tom McFadden from Stanford parody a Jay-Z song to offer some tips on gene regulation and cell specialization. Truly worth two and a half minutes of your time.
Next, Andre posts a video at Biocurious -- this one's called "The Nano Song" and, yes, it's a nanotechnology lesson for puppets.
Finally, David Dooling at PolITiGenomics links out to DNA Rainbow, which evidently has converted the human reference sequence into audio. "You can listen to a the entire human genome reference sequence, base by base, if you have 23 years to kill," Dooling writes.