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Preview: NerdTV - Ogg Vorbis Podcast | PBS

NerdTV - Ogg Vorbis Podcast | PBS

NerdTV is a new weekly online series from technology columnist Robert X. Cringely. NerdTV is essentially Charlie Rose for geeks - a one-hour interview show with a single guest from the world of technology.

Published: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 12:00:00 GMT

Last Build Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 12:00:00 GMT

Copyright: (c) 2005, Robert Cringely and PBS.

NerdTV - Show 13 - Judy Estrin | PBS

Mon, 10 Apr 2006 12:00:00 GMT

Judy Estrin's career ranges from founder of Bridge Communications to CTO of Cisco to running Packet Design LLC. Quite the girl geek, eh?

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NerdTV - Show 12 - Bob Kahn | PBS

Mon, 30 Jan 2006 12:00:00 GMT

Most nerds know Bob Kahn co-wrote TCP/IP; earlier he worked at Bolt Beranek and Newman where he was the primary architect for the Arpanet.

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NerdTV - Show 11 - Doug Engelbart | PBS

Fri, 9 Dec 2005 12:00:00 GMT

Doug Engelbart invented computer networks, time sharing, graphical user interfaces, and the mouse--all while driving to work one day in 1951. Really.

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NerdTV - Show 10 - Dan Bricklin | PBS

Sat, 26 November 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Dan Bricklin invented the spreadsheet -- personal computing's first killer app -- built and lost the first PC software empire and somehow remains a nice guy filled with ideas.

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NerdTV - Show 9 - Anina | PBS

Tue, 9 November 2005 20:30:00 GMT

While there are a billion Internet users, there are TWO billion digital phone users. Anina represents the new European tradition in mobile Internet development. And you'd never guess her day job.

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NerdTV - Show 8 - Avram Miller | PBS

Fri, 9 Dec 2005 12:00:00 GMT

Avram Miller cloned the Apple II at Franklin Computer and landed at Intel as Andy Grove's secret weapon. Not bad for a former jazz piano player.

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NerdTV - Show 7 - Dan Drake | PBS

Fri, 21 October 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Dan Drake and a roomful of friends put together $59,030 and started Autodesk with a bunch of bad ideas and one that panned-out -- AutoCAD. Sometimes one is enough.

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NerdTV - Show 6 - Dave Winer | PBS

Tues, 11 October 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Dave Winer has been in the software industry since the days he worked with Mitch Kapor BEFORE Lotus 1-2-3.

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NerdTV - Show 5 - Tim O'Reilly | PBS

Tues, 4 October 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Open Source pioneer Tim O'Reilly noticed the free software didn't come with free printed manuals and so a publishing empire was born.

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NerdTV - Show 4 - Brewster Kahle | PBS

Tues, 27 September 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Although Brewster Kahle started and sold companies for big bucks, his true love is capturing the whole Internet at the Internet Archive, which he founded and runs today.

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NerdTV - Show 3 - Bill Joy | PBS

Tues, 20 September 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Bill Joy -- the father of Berkeley UNIX -- explains why he was fired from the International House of Pancakes.

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NerdTV - Show 2 - Max Levchin | PBS

Tues, 13 September 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Max Levchin, best known for co-founding PayPal, explains why he is starting his 5th through 7th companies and the virtues of staying up all night.

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NerdTV - Show 1 - Andy Hertzfeld | PBS

Tues, 6 September 2005 20:30:00 GMT

Andy Hertzfeld, the original Macintosh systems programmer, talks about MacHistory and how he fell in love with Open Source software.

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