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    • The Machine That Made Us

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      Johann Gutenberg was the man who was instrumental in bringing the printing press to the world, ushering in the Printing Revolution, which is one of the most important advancements of the modern world.

      This documentary examines and profiles the man who was would be important to the development of technology. Stephen Fry is presenter in this documentary and he digs deep into the life and accomplishments of Gutenberg, studying the very first movable type printing press he deviced. It is believed that Gutenberg first worked on this in secret to sway off untrustworthy investors and fierce competitors.

      Stephen Fry also attemps to copy the very first printing machine that Gutenberg created in order to understand how the first printing press functioned.

      The invention of the printing press was very important to the development of knowledge, in that, this was the most modern and quickest way for man to spread information and learning, that would not only be limited to the scholars, but reach the masses.

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      Published on September 25, 2009 · Filed under: Science, Technology
    • Tigerass

      I wanna marry stephen fry. And I will as soon as i can get him alone long enough to put the bag over his head

    • Bendik 6'2

      That was beautiful. Without a doubt one of the greatest and most influential inventions of all time, only matched by the Internet.

    • eli

      fascinating!

    • Pierre Griffith

      I don't think I have ever watched a documentary with such a boring individual as Stephen Frey. He is so bland and uninteresting to watch and his voice is as insipid as his personality. You just want to push him aside when he tries to do anything manual and one can see the impatience of the workers who have to put up with this clumsy horse-faced pain-in-the-ass cretin. I will make sure that I never see his boring face again. Pure torture it was!

    • Pierre Griffith

      Sorry for the typo: it is Stephen Fry and not Frey.