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I Don't Know

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In this fast-paced short film from Thomas Ridgewell, also known as TomSka (previously at Neatorama), a spy is sent to infiltrate a poker game. However, the film was funded by Comedy Central UK, so you know things don’t go as planned. Or maybe things went exactly as they should have. -via Tastefully Offensive


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As best I know, it was the first widely-available way to store lots of data in a small space, just in time for a bunch of James Bond and spy movies. I used both microfilm and microfiche all the way through school.
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Hey, Miss C., the history of microfilm might be a good article. As I remember, it is usually an 8 x 11 black and white image reduced to the size of a 35mm slide. Smaller versions were used in a system called microfiche. I am curious how it became synonymous with spycraft.
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