Monday, 3 May 2010

DVD: We Live In Public

Compelling documentary film charting a tumultuous period in the life of
internet pioneer Josh Harris.

Consistently ahead of the pack Harris made a fortune in the mid nineties thanks to the .com boom and embarked on a series of bizarre projects that saw him fritter most of it away.

A Big Brother style community was set up in a bunker under New York City which filmed the exploits of a somewhat questionable group of people 24/7. It didn't end well.

Harris then decided to broadcast his and his girlfriend's life together for all to log on and see, the results are interesting to say the least.

A remarkable film about a remarkable man this deserves to find an audience and the mere fact that you are reading this review goes a long way to proving some of Harris' theories.

Everyone with any interest in the internet (that means you) should check it out.

Ric's Rating: 77%


  1. Yes slightly odd Alex but captivating stuff. Especially relevant with the explosion of social network sites.

  2. Wow, what a fascinating life to explore. I find eccentricity very compelling and will look for this one. You do a great job with your reviews, Ricky. Thanks for stopping by and following. I am very pleased to return the favor.

  3. Thanks Tom,

    It's a very interesting film, you should check it out.


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