Wired Article by By Devon Maloney British programmer John Graham-Cumming recently noticed something unusual as he watched the movie Elysium: a piece of code that he recognized, flashing across the monitors as the film’s characters interacted with a futuristic computer. “I tracked it down after taking a screenshot,” he told WIRED, “and found the code in an Intel manual.” The programmer, who also petitioned the British government for an apology to mathematician Alan Turing, tweeted his findings earlier this month. It quickly received more than 500 retweets. The next day, Graham-Cumming created a Tumblr to explore the origin and meaning of the code in everything from major blockbusters to nerdy television shows to music videos. Since its inception a little over a week ago, Source Code in TV and Films has gained more than 12,000 followers and Graham-Cumming says he receives hundreds of notes and numerous submissions daily. Article Read More at Wired Compare Internet Rates at Comparemyrates.ca