In May 2006, the BBC aired a documentary it called “The Codebreakers”. This two-part series looked into the adoption of FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) and its impact on the so-called digital divide. Some nice history and interesting interviews make this worth watching. Enjoy!
Author: Marcel Gagné
Ruggedly handsome science, Linux, & technology geek. Writer and Free Thinker at Large. The "Cooking With Linux" guy. Occasionally opinionated. Always confused. Loves wine, food, music, and the occasional single malt Scotch. Long time columnist for Linux Journal, LinuxPro Magazine, Ubuntu User Magazine, SysAdmin, and others. Author of six books including "Linux System Administration: A User's Guide" and the "Moving to Linux" series of books. Promoter, advocate, and evangelist for Free and Open Source Software on radio, television, and YouTube.