Remember that thing called Napster? Of course you do; it marked the start of a digital music revolution, the beginning of a new way of understanding piracy and the Internet. While the infamous file-sharing service was briefly touched upon in "The Social Network," its story is finally being told in the new documentary "Downloaded." Written, directed, and produced by Alex Winter, of "Bill & Ted" fame, "Downloaded" follows the digital downloading revolution from its inception in 1998 to the rippling effects it has had on technology and the music industry. The film premiered at SXSW this year, and now you can watch it for free -- that's right, you don't have to illegally steal this movie! -- thanks to AOL and VH1.
Watch the full movie above and nostalgically remember the amazement you felt the first time you downloaded free music (don't deny it, we're pretty much all guilty).