Brian Knappenberger

producer and documentary filmmaker

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Brian Knappenberger is a producer and documentary film maker.

Brian Knappenberger on KCRW

The documentary filmmaker discusses his latest film about the end of Gawker and the billionaire who helped bring it down.

Brian Knappenberger: Nobody Speak

The documentary filmmaker discusses his latest film about the end of Gawker and the billionaire who helped bring it down.

from Scheer Intelligence

Ashley Yates is a young Black Lives Matter activist. She’s also known as @BrownBlaze on Twitter and has nearly 30,000 followers.

Truth and Power

Ashley Yates is a young Black Lives Matter activist. She’s also known as @BrownBlaze on Twitter and has nearly 30,000 followers.

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The name Aaron Swartz may not ring a bell for most. But for the developer community, Swartz was a hero. He created the prototype for Wikipedia and helped create RSS feeds.

The Internet’s Own Boy

The name Aaron Swartz may not ring a bell for most. But for the developer community, Swartz was a hero. He created the prototype for Wikipedia and helped create RSS feeds.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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