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Format Webshow
Genre Informational
Origin USA
Created by Tony Gillilan
Starring Tony Gillilan
Language English
Producer(s) GIDUT
Location(s) USA
Running Time Variable
Network NA
Frequency NA
Original Airing 2005 - 2006
Total Seasons NA
Total Episodes 13 (+1 Extra)
Additional Information
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Video NA
Website [http:/] (defunct)

GIDUT started producing episodes in late 2005. “GIDUT” is, itself, an acronym for “get it done using technology.” Each individual episode of the show would focus on one topic, walking you through a procedure step by step. The show is comparable with Systm in the way that it goes in depth with the given topic. The shows ended it’s run in mid 2006 after releasing 13 separate episodes.

Note: I only have low resolution versions of episodes 1-8, meaning I am missing episodes 9-13 as well as episode 2.5. Any help in finding the missing episodes or the found episodes in higher resolution would be appreciated.


GIDUT — Episode 1

How to open your Mac Mini, and upgrade the memory.

GIDUT — Episode 2

How to make a network cable.

GIDUT — Episode 3

Part 1 of 2, how to move a DVD to your iPod

GIDUT — Episode 4

Part 2 of 2, how to move a DVD to your iPod

GIDUT — Episode 5

How to move a DVD to your iPod for Mac OSX

GIDUT — Episode 6

I answer a frequently asked question in front of CompUSA

GIDUT — Episode 7

I show you how to punch down cat5, and turn your current phone jack into a double jack, both network, and telephone. See for FAQ on wire categories.

GIDUT — Episode 8

ARP tables, packet contents, internet hops, and stacking routers


Series User Link Notes
GIDUT Famicoman Missing episodes 9-13 and episode 2.5

External Links

[http:/] (defunct)