This video, "Food Machine," is the first in a Public Broadcasting System series sponsored by Dow, "America Revealed," hosted by Yul Kwon. The series is available for viewing in its entirety, starting at www.pbs.org/america-revealed/episode/1/. "Food Machine" is a superb introduction to all the astonishing connections encountered in traditional basic economics. It introduces these issues by focusing on the delivery of a simple pizza. This video is effectively a contemporary update of a classic introductory essay by Leonard E. Read, "I, Pencil," available at www.econlib.org/library/Essays/rdPncl1.html. A video interpretation of Leonard Read's "I, Pencil" is available on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYO3tOqDISE. I have uploaded this version to YouTube to make available a high definition version of this wonderful video, uninterrupted by advertisements and breaks which cut into the carefully crafted flow of connections. Careful attention to details along the way will reward the viewer with almost all of the intriguing issues encountered in basic economics. This video is being used as one of the introductory elements in the website I am building at allisoneconomics.com/. It is a free site aimed at teaching anyone interested in obtaining a basic economics education. What I see as basic exceeds what introductory economics courses and textbooks currently see as basic. Unlike contemporary economics, it requires little mathematics beyond simple algebra and simple graphs. You are, of course, welcome to sample the site and, using the Contact page, give me your own thoughts along the way. Do not be disappointed if you are encountering the site in the last months of 2013. Construction has barely begun. The site will be under construction until well into 2014, so please be patient and return often to see updates.