In this documentary we tell the origin stories of the founders of the biggest internet companies.
We follow Sergey Brin and Larry Page from their first meeting at Stanford to the new media mega-company on a collision course with old media businesses of newspapers, books, movies and television.
Along the way to its astounding success, the co-founders have redefined advertising, created a chain of products such as Google Maps, News, Gmail and have taken on rival giants like Apple and Microsoft.
We profile Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook. We look at his early life, his time at Harvard, and the controversy over the creation and expansion of Facebook.
We look at how the company quickly expanded into the most successful social networking site on the Internet.
We profile Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone.
This part features interviews with Twitter Chairman Jack Dorsey; Mike Maples, founder and managing partner of venture capital firm Floodgate; Tim O'Reilly, founder and chief executive officer of O'Reilly Media; Om Malik, Founder of GigaOM; and Meg Hourihan, and co-founder of Blogger.