InterNYET: A History Of The Russian Internet
Friday 20 September 2019
19 September 2019
The Rise And Fall Of Rambler
Born in a former Soviet research institute, in the 1990s it was the most popular website in Russia and was sold for more than $230 million in 2004. But Rambler was eclipsed by a dynamic new search engine, and its creator counted his profits in the tens of thousands of dollars. This story is part of a documentary series, InterNYET, by Current Time TV, exploring the history of the Russian web.
09 September 2019
InterNYET: A History Of The Russian Internet: Episode 1
05 September 2019
Secret Code: How Soviet Computer Geeks Built The Russian Web With Stolen U.S. Software
In the 1980s, a Soviet computer scientist headed for Moscow with U.S. software tapes hidden under his clothes. Three decades later, his colleagues gathered at a California dinner party to reminisce about how they built the first internet in the U.S.S.R. Their story is part of a new seven-part documentary series, InterNYET: A History Of The Russian Internet, by Current Time TV exploring the history of the Russian web.