Award-winning documentary from 2003 about craigslist.org a free, down-to-earth and uncensored bulletin board that revolutionized the ease and speed with which people could communicate, exchange goods and services, and create community.  Primarily focusing on housing, jobs, items for sale and personal ads, the site soon became a hub for San Francisco's wired community. In San Francisco alone, the site received over 23,000 posts daily in the heydays, with page views close to 29 million daily.  With no advertising, no commercialization and only word-of-mouth promotion, craigslist became a phenomenon. 

24 hours on craigslist

People Computers

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