Triumph of the Nerds, Parts 3

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After the success of first two parts of Triumph of Nerds the third part was introduced but setting same theme and focus on the transforming computerized world through the innovative advance technology. This documentary is rich of technology history and those who has developed this technological innovation that mesmerized the entire world and covered it under its wings.

At that in Californian carport, Apple was the greatest producer of personal computers on the planet. The big name in personal computer i.e. IBM was not interested and battled back, propelling its own personal computer in 1981. It was one of the best shows ever made of that kind. Everybody has the same conclusion however it appeared to be greatly exhaustive and sagacious documentary.

This amazing documentary offers the readers to enjoy the sequential development process of technology such as they have shown that the oldest computers and it was interesting see that the cost of that computer was $10, 000. Moreover, this documentary is unique of its nature because it’s was rare documentary in which a number of technology titans are interviewed in a single documentary where they shared their experience and disclose that how intelligence spread miraculously and those who were considered not good in their academic career became the titan of the world information technology.

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