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The Google Boys

| December 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Google Boys

This film is a biographical documentary about the founders of Google, and Google itself. The need for Google was clear, as search results of the old days turned up lots of worthless trash results. Google fulfilled a need, which we would agree, has made the internet friendly, navigable, and highly useful. The last time we […]

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Google Me

| December 25, 2012 | 1 Comment
Google Me

Some guy with way too much time on his hands had some sort of epiphany when he did a Google Search on his name. He thought of meeting the other “Jim Killeens” he found during his search on Google and wondered if they would allow him to interview them. It appears that he feels that […]

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Bill Gates: How a Geek Changed The World

| December 3, 2012 | 2 Comments
Bill Gates: How a Geek Changed The World

Bill Gates is revealed in this exclusive, all access, biography documentary hosted by The Money Programme’s Fiona Bruce of the BBC. The setting is right before Bill Gates made preparations to leave Microsoft as a full time contributor of company he was involved with founding and bringing to life. Microsoft is a dominate corporation and […]

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Hacker

| November 22, 2012 | 0 Comments
Hacker

Hacker This documentary was produced by National Geographic and looks in the culture of hacking, the differing intent of hackers, and the criminals. Lots of hackers like the thrill of breaking into a network. Other hackers do it because the owners of the networks are “stupid enough to have a network that weak”. The dedicated […]

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