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  1. The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz


    from FilmBuff Liked 4,702 112 0

    If you're outside North America or Canada, click here to watch the film: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/internetsownboymovie Aaron Swartz's online presence and influence was groundbreaking.…

  2. The Green Prince


    from Music Box Films Liked 1,020 3 0

    Set against the chaotic backdrop of recent events in the Middle East, Nadav Schirman’s THE GREEN PRINCE retraces the details of a highly unprecedented partnership that developed between sworn…

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    • Coherence


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      On the night of an astronomical anomaly, eight friends at a dinner party experience a troubling chain of reality bending events. Part cerebral sci-fi and part relationship drama, COHERENCE is a tightly…

    • Ned Rifle


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      In the closing chapter of director Hal Hartley’s trilogy about the fractured Grim family, young son Ned (Liam Aiken) embarks on a quest to kill his father for wrecking his mom's life. But…

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      • The Carter Documentary - Sundance Version (2009)


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        Official, straight from the director. "Produced by Quincy Jones III and Directed/Photographed by Adam Bhala Lough, The Carter is a no-holds-barred documentary about Lil' Wayne filmed…

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        • Caml Trading


          from Yaron Minsky Liked 19.6K 67 1

          Talk at CMU describing the experiences that Jane Street has had using OCaml as it's primary development language.

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          • Bret Victor - Inventing on Principle


            from CUSEC Liked 649K 5,951 171

            Bio: Bret Victor invents tools that enable people to understand and create. He has designed experimental UI concepts at Apple, interactive data graphics for Al Gore, and musical instruments at Alesis. For…

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            • Siggraph 2014 Usergroup - Fabric in your DCC


              from Fabric Engine Liked 3,160 35 0

              In this usergroup session Helge provides an overview of Splice in DCCs such as Maya, Softimage and 3DS Max covering the recently added features such as Splice Rendering and Custom Manipulation.

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              • Introduction to Sage: History, Goals, Demo


                from William Stein Liked 97.8K 25 4

                This talk is an introduction to Sage for people who have heard very little about Sage. The main goal is to talk about the history of Sage and many of the goals that motivated the development of this…

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                • Twilio Conference 2011: Jeff Lindsay, Distributed Systems with Gevent and ZeroMQ


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                  Jeff Lindsay is a systems thinking hacker-philosopher. He builds, he explores, and is apparently “wired differently.” Obsessed with esoteric knowledge, he applies modern technology driven…

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                  • Critical Transitions (the movie), artist: Tone Bjordam, 2012. Music by: Marten Scheffer, percussion by Arthur Bont.


                    from Tone Bjordam Liked 3,942 36 1

                    Inspired by discussions with scientist Marten Scheffer who studies the nature of change. Climate, forests, coral reefs, financial markets and even our minds occasionally reach a tipping point where…

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                    • Rob Pike - 'Concurrency Is Not Parallelism'


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                      Rob (@rob_pike) is a software pioneer. His influence is everywhere: Unix, Plan 9 OS, The Unix Programming Environment book, UTF-8, and most recently the Go programming language.

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