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Zadi Diaz and Steve Woolf, who ditched web studio Next New Networks for competitor Revision3 last year but then got dropped by Revision3 amid cost cuts, are back with Next New Networks. Not for their flagship show, Epic Fu, but for a new geeky Best Week […]

Zadi Diaz and Steve Woolf, who ditched web studio Next New Networks for competitor Revision3 last year but then got dropped by Revision3 amid cost cuts, are back with Next New Networks. Not for their flagship show, Epic Fu, but for a new geeky Best Week Ever-style series called Hacking Hollywood.

Produced by Diaz and Woolf’s company Smashface Productions, and with commentary from the web video makers at Tiki Bar TV, Galacticast, and Invisible Engine, Hacking Hollywood lays at the intersection of technology, entertainment, and snark. The show is on Next New Networks’ WePCtv channel, and is sponsored by ASUS and Intel.

The first episode pokes fun at various examples of computing aboard the Starship Enterprise:

  1. Very Cool.

    Congrats Steve and Zadi!

    What video player is embeded here that does not have a YouTube logo but is running Google Ads?

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  2. This is awesome. Cool and talented people in one place talking about interesting stuff? I’m in.

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  3. [...] freelance and extra-curricular activities he’s up to. He’s producing a web show called Hacking Hollywood, writing some episodes for Epic-Fu, and he co-produced some PBS coverage of the recent SXSW [...]

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