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  Reply # 892480 10-Sep-2013 08:21

Adam Curtis' miniseries All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace was superb, dealing with the intersection of 60s counterculture, Objectivism, Silicon Valley, and the modern digital world. Highly recommend.

Indie Game: The Movie was a good watch as well (Had to play all the featured games afterwards).




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The Three Rocketeers - Future of Space Travel - BBC Four Documentary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McdLB7oGJu8



All about the spaceplane under development in the UK that can fly from earth to orbit in a single stage at considerable $$$$ saving over rocket.



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