Alan Turning and Berners Lee



He was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher, pioneering computer scientist, mathematical biologist, and marathon and ultra distance runner. He was born on the 23rd June 1912 and died at age 42 on the 7th June 1954
The Imitation Game - Official Trailer - The Weinstein Company


The imitation game is a new out film all about how Alan Turning managed to hack and discover the Germans code throughout world war II. It is practically set as exactly how it was at the time but has a Hollywood touch to it.

At Cambridge University, young Alan Turing quickly establishes himself as a groundbreaking thinker with his theories about the potential of computing machines. When war between Britain and Germany is declared, these theories are put into active practice. Turing easily passes a test to become a member of a top-secret group assigned to decode critical German naval communications. Much to the surprise of the commanding officers, so does a woman, Joan Clarke, Turing and Clarke become fast friends, and are soon engaged to be married. But Turing is gay, struggling with his identity at a time when it is illegal and subject to terrible punishment.