Official Web Site for code_rush Now Online!
Tuesday February 29th, 2000
The official website for the documentary "code_rush" is now online (but requires Shockwave). "code_rush", set to appear at the end of next month on PBS, covers the early months of the Mozilla project, and will profile some of the developers on the project; the site focuses on Jamie Zawinski, Tara Hernandez, Scott Collins, Michael Toy, and Jim Roskind.
Check out the site, and be sure to watch the documentary March 30 @ 10:00PM on PBS. The PBS website will have the documentary for sale, but it's not available yet.
#1 That trailer kicks! n/t
Tuesday February 29th, 2000 5:59 PM
#2 Who's going to do it?
Tuesday February 29th, 2000 7:32 PM
Is this gonna be another one of those bob cringley documentaries?
#3 If you happen to be in Silicon Valley...
Tuesday February 29th, 2000 9:41 PM
It will be on tomorrow night and earlier than 3/31 as well. It first aired last night. Here is the pertinent info (no doubt poorly formatted::
Life in the Valley: CODE RUSH
CODE RUSH takes a dramatic, inside look at living and working in Silicon Valley. The one-hour documentary follows bright and quirky Netscape Communications engineersas they pursue a revolutionary venture to save their company. Through the TV program's verité style, viewers see human and technological dramas unfold in the collision between science, engineering, code, and commerce.
Pictured to the right: Former Netscape President and CEO Jim Barksdale (foreground) and Netscape software engineers display a printed copy of the company's browser source code. (Photo credit: Court Mast.)
This KTEH co-production was in association with Winton duPoint Films, and will be broadcast on March 2nd at 8:00 p.m., and again on March 6th at 12:56 a.m. (set your VCR).
As a person who works closely with the lovely and talented Tara Hernandez, I suggest checking it out.
#4 look at tinderbox!
Wednesday March 1st, 2000 12:15 AM
everyone catch the tinderbox scrolling in the trailer animation? cool
#5 why Shockwave ?
Wednesday March 1st, 2000 2:15 AM
why did they choose this format ? if anybody could make a mpeg out of it, it would be nice...
#6 Any chance of Code Rush in the UK ?
Wednesday March 1st, 2000 7:45 AM
I know everyone's excited about Code Rush in the US, but does anyone know if a UK TV station has bought the rights to broadcast it in the UK ?
Not all of us have access to US PBS you know :-)