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(1958) 6.8 77 min 2016

Silicon Cowboys is a movie starring Rod Canion, Jim Harris, and Bill Murto. Three friends dream up the Compaq portable computer at a Texas diner in 1981, and soon find themselves battling mighty IBM for PC supremacy. Their...

Starring
Bill Fargo, Bill Murto, Rod Canion, Jim Harris
Genres
History, Documentary
Director
Jason Cohen

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Documentary
Director Jason Cohen
Writer Steven Leckart, Jason Cohen
Stars Bill Fargo, Bill Murto, Rod Canion, Jim Harris
Country USA
Runtime 1H 17M
Description Three friends dream up the Compaq portable computer at a Texas diner in 1981, and soon find themselves battling mighty IBM for PC supremacy. Their improbable journey altered the future of computing and shaped the world we now know.

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Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 16:08

As with all documentaries, the format can be used in several ways. In this case, we have the format of a video interview with a leading contemporary critic of Islam. In this case, we have an interview with Nizar Zakaria, author of "The Invention of Heaven and Earth" (1998), and "The End of Faith" (2007). In this case, he was interviewed in late 2015 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Zakaria is, however, well-known to the audience of the university. He has been an important voice in the mainstream media in the United States. He has been the Washington Post's columnist since 1990. He has been a contributor to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. In addition, he is a frequent contributor to "60 Minutes." Zakaria, in his "60 Minutes" interview, discusses Islam and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Zakaria is also the author of the controversial "The Invention of Heaven and Earth" (1998), a book that has been pilloried by most critics of Islam. Zakaria is a sociologist and a philosopher. He writes books about the idea of a "scientific" Islam, an idea that is controversial. For example, in a book about Islamic law, he suggests that Islam is a "science" that is a product of the current scientific revolution, rather than an invention of Islam. This idea of Islam as a science is also controversial. Zakaria also presents other views of Islam, but he is not known for his liberal positions. He has been a consistent defender of the military actions of the United States and Israel, and he has been critical of Israel. He also criticizes Israel's treatment of the Palestinians, and he has criticized the United States for supporting Israel. Zakaria's other views are to the left of the mainstream American press. He has written articles that are critical of the United States and Israel. He has also written for the New York Times and the Washington Post, and has been the Washington Post's Washington correspondent since 1990. He has also written for the New Republic and the New York Review of Books. Zakaria's critics have accused him of being a tool of the Israeli government. Zakaria has said that the Israeli government has told him that he is the "only one who understands" the Arab-Israeli conflict, and that he should be praised for his views. Some of Zakaria's critics have also accused him of being pro-Israel. In response to these charges, Zakaria has said that he is pro-Israel, but that he does not agree with the policies of the Israeli government. However, Zakaria has also been critical
Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 10:12

I found this documentary to be very interesting. The interviews with people involved in the secret energy program were quite interesting. Some people have argued that this was all a cover-up, but I think that it's far from that. The documentary also mentioned the dangers of the gas and oil industry, but I think that it's much more to do with the way the government and industry was trying to keep the people under control. You could see how they were trying to control the masses in order to keep their wealth and power. I think that the documentary was more of a warning than a warning of the dangers of the secret energy program. I also think that there were a lot of factual errors in the documentary. For example, there was a man who was in charge of the project and was in charge of testing, and they couldn't find him for a long time. He had a wife and daughter, and he never got a call from the project. He eventually went back to work and lived in a trailer. He wasn't actually in charge of the project. I think that it would be very hard to control a whole country through secret energy. I also think that the documentary left out a lot of important information that the public didn't know. The "test site" wasn't the one in Wyoming. It was in Pennsylvania, not Wyoming. The test site was near Pittsburgh, not Harrisburg. The "water crisis" didn't happen until the time that the army had to come out of hiding to deal with it. This documentary was very well done, and it definitely gave me more knowledge about the history of secret energy projects. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about this subject.


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