Boing Boing Video: recent episodes, in case you missed 'em.

Here's a recap of recent episodes of our daily original video program, in case you missed them in the firehose of blog fixins that is Boing Boing.

* The Throbbing Gristle Interview (Download MP4 or watch on YouTube): Richard Metzger and I interview the godfathers (and mothers) of Industrial Music once dismissed by a British lawmaker as "wreckers of civilization." Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson, and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge speak with us about the technical and creative underpinnings of the legendary "art damage" ensemble. We dig into some of the hacked-together synth and sound modification machines built back in the early 1970s, like "Thee Gristleizer."

* ARPANET turns 40, and Vintage Computers in Slovenia (Download MP4 or watch on YouTube):

ARPANET turns 40 this year, so we're celebrating internet history in the months to come with a look back at the people, devices, and places that are part of our shared internet history. We revisit an episode hosted by monochrom's Johannes Grenzfurthner at the "Cyberpipe" museum of internet history in Slovenia, where computers and networking devices from those early years can be found.

* Ninja Assassin – John Gaeta on Hybrid Entertainment Merging Film and Games (Download MP4 or watch on YouTube).

Academy Award winning visual effects guru John Gaeta (Matrix, Speed Racer) offers a sneak peek inside his newest project, Ninja Assassin. Along the way, we explore a broader realm of questions about the future of games, movies, and interactive entertainment. Includes super badass stunt footage!

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