Three curious documentaries about inventions

Nov. 12, 2019

A light transport vehicle, a digital assistant and a search engine that is changing the world. The following three documentaries available online on Guidedoc show us the origin of these revolutionary inventions.

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Love Notes To Newton


The first Apple hand-held computer was the Newton, a device that since its launch in 1998 created a great expectation in a niche of technology lovers but soon ended up being a disappointment. Yet despite its imperfections, two decades later a group of fans of the Newton tell us why they still use this curious device invented by Steve jobs and his company.

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The Man Who Invented The Vespa


Behind the Vespa, the most famous motorcycle in the world, there is an extraordinary man. This documentary makes a portrait of Corradino d’Ascanio, the engineer who devised not only the Vespa, but also great inventions such as the variable pitch propeller and the helicopter!

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Google And The World Brain



With its powerful and almost omnipresence search engine, Google has become one of the most powerful companies in the world by diversifying its branches and establishing itself as a major player in the technology industry. This documentary puts the focus on what is perhaps its most controversial program: the project to digitize all the books in the world.

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