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Techies turned Doc

January 23, 2005 8:58 AM

The New York Sun profiles Evan Maloney, the guy they think will be the "conservative answer to Michael Moore"

After graduating in 1994, he hopped around between his two passions, politics and technology, designing software for various failed tech companies and assisting the failed campaigns of various New York City Republican politicians.

One of the developing trends among conservative documentary filmmakers is their background in the technology industry. Mr. Browning, who paid for "Brainwashing 101," became rich as one of the four co-founders of Embarcadero Technologies.

Hey! What about the liberal documentary filmmakers with backgrounds in the technology industry?

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