The greatest technological advances of the 20th century were arguably about the broadcasting of messages.
Our Brilliant Second Life is a short documentary from a series called Podlove, that screened on SBS television.
Paisley Beebe introduces musician Dexter Morph – 'a man from a parallel universe and marooned in space 1,000 light years from Earth' - in Second Life.
Alex (Nicki Wendt) asks the kids – Mike (Nikolai Nikolaeff), Pi (Cassandra Magrath), Bec (Frances Wang), Marcello (Paul Pantano) and Ram (Damien Bodie) to combine their individual ideas to create o
Stuffy old Nigel (Richard Moss) is worried about the kids being loud. Alex (Nicki Wendt) tells him that if she wants a boring game then she will hire a boring kid.
The five kids – Mike (Nikolai Nikolaeff), Pi (Cassandra Magrath), Bec (Frances Wang), Marcello (Paul Pantano) and Ram (Damien Bodie) independently discover the encrypted message in the web and intr
Curator Sally Jackson explains why digital files are just as fragile as their analogue predecessors.
A Shakespeare adaptation directed by an Australian filmmaker was the world's first internet film. Miguel Gonzalez looks at Philippe Mora's 1996 prophecies.
Rod Butler meets the man who invented the internet and grapples with the latest developments in preservation at UNESCO's 'The Memory of the World' conference.