- votes utiles
The Dark Web
- Auteur(s): Geoff White, Bernard P. Achampong
- Narrateur(s): Geoff White
- Durée: 4 h et 10 min
- Production originale
From sex trafficking and fraud to government secrets and anonymous hacking groups, this definitive exploration and exposé of the dark web goes where no documentary has gone before. The anonymous and lawless online environment of the Dark Web makes headlines on a daily basis. It touches all of our lives, without our knowledge, in many different ways. But where do the myths end and reality begin? Tech writer and broadcaster Geoff White ( Channel 4 News) wants to find out.
Missed the mark
- Écrit par Jonathan le 2019-04-24
Great series, but last episode is boring
Évalué le: 2019-10-11
Enjoyed the series, but this last episode is boring. Just a bunch of people rambling, not really telling much if a story
Every Tool's a Hammer
- Lessons from a Lifetime of Making
- Auteur(s): Adam Savage
- Narrateur(s): Adam Savage
- Durée: 7 h et 45 min
- Version intégrale
Adam Savage is a maker. From Chewbacca’s bandolier to a 1,000-shot Nerf gun, he has built thousands of spectacular projects as a special-effects artist and the cohost of MythBusters. Adam is also an educator, passionate about instilling the principles of making in the next generation of inventors and inspiring them to turn their curiosity into creation. In this practical and passionate guide, Adam weaves together vivid personal stories, original sketches and photographs from some of his most memorable projects, and interviews with many of his iconic and visionary friends.
Amazing inspiring man !
- Écrit par Jeffrey Babineau le 2019-05-08
Interesting, but it lacks a focus
Évalué le: 2019-09-24
I am not sure that Adam Savage even knows what this book is about.
In a better portion of the book, he describes his career about making, motivations, and practices and how an aspiring maker can take inspiration about that.
But after the 2/3 mark, the book changes completely. Suddenly talking about specific types of glue, types of materials (wood/acrylic), and when to use (or not use them). I found it interesting, but it blurred the focus of the book in my opinion