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Documentary revealing the secret story of how two men hacked into Hitler's personal super-code machine. Thair`brdak turned the Battle of Kursk and powerud the L-tay landingS.

Engineering,Computers,Mathematics,War,Machinery,History

Code Breakers Bletchley Parks lost Heroes

Documentary revealing the secret story of how two men hacked into Hitler's personal super-code machine. Thair`brdak turned the Battle of Kursk and powerud the L-tay landingS.
January 4, 2014 - [ 1 part ]
DEF CON is the world's largest hacking conference, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2012 it was held for the 20th time. The conference has strict no-filming policies, but for DEF CON 20, a documentary crew was allowed full access to the event. The film follows the four days of the conference, the events and people (attendees and staff), and covers history and philosophy behind DEF CON's success and unique experience. Written by Jason Scott

Interviews,People,Places,Computers

DEF CON: The Documentary

DEF CON is the world's largest hacking conference, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2012 it was held for the 20th time. The conference has strict no-filming policies, but for DEF CON 20, a documentary crew was allowed full access to the event. The film follows the four days of the conference, the events and people (attendees and staff), and covers history and philosophy behind DEF CON's success and unique experience. Written by Jason Scott
August 19, 2013 - [ 1 part ]
Code Rush is a documentary following the lives of a group of Netscape engineers in Silicon Valley. It covers Netscape's last year as an independent company, from their announcement of the Mozilla open source project until their acquisition by AOL. It particularly focuses on the last minute rush to make the Mozilla source code ready for release by the deadline of March 31 1998, and the impact on the engineers' lives and families as they attempt to save the company from ruin.

History,Computers

Project Code Rush - The Beginnings of Netscape / Mozilla Documentary

Code Rush is a documentary following the lives of a group of Netscape engineers in Silicon Valley. It covers Netscape's last year as an independent company, from their announcement of the Mozilla open source project until their acquisition by AOL. It particularly focuses on the last minute rush to make the Mozilla source code ready for release by the deadline of March 31 1998, and the impact on the engineers' lives and families as they attempt to save the company from ruin.
December 10, 2012 - [ 1 part ]
Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary film that traces the twenty-year history of GNU, Linux, open source, and the free software movement.

Computers

Revolution OS Linux

Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary film that traces the twenty-year history of GNU, Linux, open source, and the free software movement.
June 20, 2012 - [ 1 part ]
Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer... 

Computers,People,History

BBS - The Documentary

Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer...
March 12, 2012 - [ 7 parts ]
A short informative piece on the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, and what YOU can do to shut it down.   To make a difference, please visit: http://www.americancensorship.org/

Politics,The Future,Computers

Stop SOPA: The Documentary

A short informative piece on the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, and what YOU can do to shut it down. To make a difference, please visit: http://www.americancensorship.org/
January 10, 2012 - [ 1 part ]
Released on 11.29.11, http://INTERNETRISING.net is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity. It provokes many questions about ancient and modern paradoxes of life, its pleasures and pains... and the gray area contrasts in between - but most of all it is meant to be an inspiring conversation starter.  INTERNET RISING is a labor of love comprising a rapid fire mashup stream of live webcam interviews all conducted within the web sphere. The film's participants include many profound personalities and key internet influencers ranging from professors, corporate academics, futurists, researchers, writers, bloggers, media creators, activists, gamers, educators, scientists, artists, innovators - real humans, all of whom provide amazing insights into how our state of the world is changing and transforming via various forces of economic, social, geographic, political, philosophical development... all centered around technology's transformative and generative power.

Life,Computers

INTERNET RISING: digi-documentary film

Released on 11.29.11, http://INTERNETRISING.net is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity. It provokes many questions about ancient and modern paradoxes of life, its pleasures and pains... and the gray area contrasts in between - but most of all it is meant to be an inspiring conversation starter. INTERNET RISING is a labor of love comprising a rapid fire mashup stream of live webcam interviews all conducted within the web sphere. The film's participants include many profound personalities and key internet influencers ranging from professors, corporate academics, futurists, researchers, writers, bloggers, media creators, activists, gamers, educators, scientists, artists, innovators - real humans, all of whom provide amazing insights into how our state of the world is changing and transforming via various forces of economic, social, geographic, political, philosophical development... all centered around technology's transformative and generative power.
January 10, 2012 - [ 1 part ]


The Future,Computers

Steve Jobs - One Last Thing

November 28, 2011 - [ 4 parts ]


The Future,Computers,People

Steve Jobs

October 5, 2011 - [ 5 parts ]
July 2009 Twitter and Youtube are the main weapons used by Iranian dissenters in their protest against the regime. Digital dissent vs. bullets and batons - will the new technologies bring change in Iran? Young Neda Soltan lying in a pool of blood last month became the tragic icon of the uprising. Posted on Youtube, the footage shot from a mobile phone was seen by millions around the world. They locked up journalists but they didnt count on people with mobile phones and video cameras being able to get that information out, comments an Iranian expat. Networking sites like Twitter are used to keep the public informed on a minute-by-minute basis. In todays world, cyber-dissent has become a powerful weapon: Its given the government a kind of political auto-immune disease in which they have to attack their own infrastructure to shut the dissent down, says this Internet expert, No economy could sustain this long-term. However, technology can backfire. The regime is now using deep-packet inspection software that filters Internet data, to trace IP addresses and hunt down dissidents. Phone calls are also monitored. People who have spoken to any foreign media are contacted moments later confirms a BBC reporter. Will this build up to a new Tiananmen? At least now, the world sees that the Iranian people want change and they want freedom! Produced by ABC Australia, distributed by Journeyman Pictures  

The Future,Life,Computers,Politics

Twitter Effects in Iran

July 2009 Twitter and Youtube are the main weapons used by Iranian dissenters in their protest against the regime. Digital dissent vs. bullets and batons - will the new technologies bring change in Iran? Young Neda Soltan lying in a pool of blood last month became the tragic icon of the uprising. Posted on Youtube, the footage shot from a mobile phone was seen by millions around the world. They locked up journalists but they didnt count on people with mobile phones and video cameras being able to get that information out, comments an Iranian expat. Networking sites like Twitter are used to keep the public informed on a minute-by-minute basis. In todays world, cyber-dissent has become a powerful weapon: Its given the government a kind of political auto-immune disease in which they have to attack their own infrastructure to shut the dissent down, says this Internet expert, No economy could sustain this long-term. However, technology can backfire. The regime is now using deep-packet inspection software that filters Internet data, to trace IP addresses and hunt down dissidents. Phone calls are also monitored. People who have spoken to any foreign media are contacted moments later confirms a BBC reporter. Will this build up to a new Tiananmen? At least now, the world sees that the Iranian people want change and they want freedom! Produced by ABC Australia, distributed by Journeyman Pictures
July 7, 2011 - [ 1 part ]