I was involved in making this really awesome, smart, fun, geeky history show with a strong science bent and a maker ethos. I hope you all watch the the show tonight, because it really deserves to live on as a series (and there’s a dearth of smart, fun, geeky shows on the air)!
> Meet Nikola Tesla, the unsung genius behind the most miraculous advances of the Age of Electricity, and Hacker-extraordinaire Bre Pettis who will break the history of electricity down to its nuts and bolts. Bre will show you how to build your own versions of Tesla’s greatest inventions and takes you on a journey from New York City’s ultra modern power plants, to one of the world’s most advanced satellite research labs, and then onward into the future of energy…unlimited wireless power.
If you want to know more about it, check out these links:
* [History’s listing for the show](http://www.history.com/shows.do?action=detail&episodeId=361802), they’re calling it “Hacking History” for some reason.
* [MSNBC.com: History reveals: Tesla totally awesome!](http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26874158/)
* [Bre’s Behind-the-Scenes photos and viewer photo group on flickr](http://flickr.com/groups/historyhacker/pool/)
* [Help turn History Hacker pilot into a show!](http://brepettis.com/blog/2008/09/21/help-turn-the-history-hacker-pilot-into-a-tv-show/)
* [DAN JOHNSON – HISTORY HACKER SOUND RECORDIST](http://brepettis.com/blog/2008/09/23/dan-johnson-history-hacker-sound-recordist/)
* [HISTORY HACKER – DAY OF SHOW](http://brepettis.com/blog/2008/09/26/history-hacker-day-of-show/)
By the way, you’re welcome to grab the image above (or click through to get [the bigger one on flickr](http://www.flickr.com/photos/mboszko/2888781087/sizes/o/)) and use it on your own blog or wherever to help promote the show. Go History Hacker!