Sunday, June 14, 2020
Finally got my hands on "Baby Yoda" (aka The Child)!! So stoked!! ❤️☺️✌🏻
Submitted June 14, 2020 at 06:11PM by eastsidehotwife
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#geek - #I haven’t used Pinterest in a while but I’m still getting personal attack emails. Just call me a nerd and go.
I haven't used Pinterest in a while but I'm still getting personal attack emails. Just call me a nerd and go.
Submitted June 14, 2020 at 05:58PM by LadyYaga
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Sneakers (1992) and other movies you should watch
Seeing "Sneakers" on sale on Apple TV reminded me that there are some movies younger geeks might not know they should watch.
So, here is a helpful list of 90's "hacker" movies to watch or not ordered by how much I like them.
Sneakers (1992) - Pen testing, social engineering, cryptography and lasers. What more could a teenage geek want? I could watch this 100 times and not get board. Also, Cooties Rat Semen.
Office Space (1999) - Before Silicon Valley there was Office Space. Painfully true to life for anyone who has had a 'corporate' IT job.
The Matrix (1999) - Mind blowing for a young systems engineer. Everyone wanted the cool Nokia slide phone.
War Games (1983) - Its a little bit pre-90s, but its really good. You may be surprised to learn it was written but the same screenwriter as Sneakers.
Disclosure (1994) - Its mostly gender politics set in a tech startup, but its pretty good. As with most movies based on Michael Crichton books, the book is better (see also: Jurassic Park)
Hackers (1995) - From what I remember its a lot of style over substance. Hacking into "The Gibson" etc. Give it a miss unless you are desperate.
The Net (1995) - Terrible movie but Sandra Bullock is hot. Fight me.
Antitrust (2001) Ryan Phillippe as a hacker. Not great.
Swordfish (2001) - Hugh Jackman was a hacker before he was Wolverine. Famous for that particular scene with Halle Berry.
* The Manhattan Project (1986) - kid builds a nuclear bomb
* Short Circuit (1986) - Sentient robot before Chappie
* Code Rush (2000) - Documentary about Netscape open sourcing as Mozilla
I'm sure there are others but these are the ones that stick out.
Submitted June 14, 2020 at 03:32AM by ecornflak
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