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Technology Size Comparison via 3D Animation

How small is a TRANSISTOR exactly? Companies like Intel and AMD talk about transistors being 2 or 3 nanometers large? But what does that really mean? In this video, zoom in on the smallest devices and technologies that drive our modern world. If you’re wondering why some devices are out of order in regards to […]

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Hardware Interesting Science

This Computer Chip is alive 🤯

There is a startup in Australia who are actually growing live human neurons and then integrating it into traditional computer chips. Mind-blowing — definitely. Ethical concerns — most definitely.

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New World’s Fastest Supercomputer Explained

In this video I discuss New Fastest Supercomputer in the World and the first official Exascale supercomputer – Frontier Supercomputer located at Oak Ridge Lab

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Jonathan Haidt and The Case Against Social Media on the Lex Fridman Podcast

Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist at NYU and author of The Coddling of the American Mind, The Righteous Mind, and The Happiness Hypothesis. He and Jonathan have an interesting conversation about social media’s impact on society. OUTLINE: 0:00 – Introduction 1:25 – Social media and mental health 15:14 – Mark Zuckerberg 24:51 – Children’s […]

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An Interviw with Commodore 64 Chip Designer Albert Charpentier

The Commodore 64 (and VIC20) launched a lot of people into technology careers. Dave from Dave’s Garage interviews Albert Charpentier, the primary designer of the VIC and VIC-II chips as used in the Vic 20 and Commodore 64, visits Dave’s Garage and discusses the chips and how they came to be.

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Meet the inventor of the electronic spreadsheet | Dan Bricklin

Dan Bricklin changed the world forever when he codeveloped VisiCalc, the first electronic spreadsheet and grandfather of programs you probably use every day like Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. Join the software engineer and computing legend as he explores the tangled web of first jobs, daydreams and homework problems that led to his transformational invention.

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Interesting Mathematics

How DO Soft Body Simulations Work?

While it’s physically impossible for a rigid body to exist in real life, it presents a simplicity that makes it convenient and optimal to use as a representation of most hard objects for simulation, gaming, and computer graphics. Soft bodies take care of what rigid bodies lack the capability to represent – shapes that are […]

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Making Commodore 64 Software In 1983

The Commodore 64 is where I learned to code. In this archival video, learn how software development has changed (and hasn’t) in the past 40 years. From my archives – this excerpt from my 16mm print of the 1983 film “Making It Young” about young Canadians who are making their own way in the world. […]

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Interesting Startups

Building Internet Infrastructure Into a Utility

Meter CEO and Co-Founder Anil Varanasi joins Emily Chang to discuss his company’s recent $38 Million Series B with backers like Sequoia, Lachy Groom, and Shopify CEO Tobi Lütke. He explains his vision and what he means by making internet service like electricity and telephones.

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What Is Web 3.0? Web 3.0 Explained In 5 Minutes

This scribe video on WEB 3.0 will enlighten you about what is web and how it came into existence, and how it has evolved from web 1.0 to web 2.0 and is now transforming into web 3.0. Web 3.0 is going to revolutionize the internet and also benefit society in so many ways.

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