You know that inevitable scene in just about every film these days where some brainiac in glasses in typing away at a computer and on the screen you see lines of code that you assume means something to them? While a large portion of the population has no idea how to read code, there are people that do, and those people live on the Internet. Source Code in TV and Film is a blog that identifies what (if anything) the coding really says and whether or not it makes sense. Films including Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, and Jurassic Park, as well as shows like CSI:NY, Grey's Anatomy, and Revolution are all analyzed (maybe too much) for all of the nerds out there that care.

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[via MovieCode]