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Being a follower to the internet dawn i couldn't be more excited about this documentary. Rob Cring take us to the history of the internet and visits all places and folks that did make it happens. The most amazing thing is to discover that all people involved (ok, except for some freaks) were really like you and me... real people. It's a truly human look over the bits and bytes that gave us the greatest invention to man kind since the television.
Followers and Connections to that movie-show includes: - The Triumph of The Nerds (by Bob Cringley) - Pirates of the Sillycon Valley - NERD TV (on PBS)
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