Comments for en-gb 30 Fri 03 Jul 2015 03:24:01 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at Tapio Onnela I teach a web-course about seeking and evaluating Internet sources for history students and your material has been very useful for explaining them the history of Internet and other problematic behind and emerging of the net. Especially I want to thank you for putting the interviews AND the TEXTS to net! It helps us a lot to understand the interviews. So many thanks for extremely interesting and valuable interview clips! I have already used the clips for my students. I also hope to see your program as soon as possible in the Finnish TV. Thu 04 Feb 2010 13:45:02 GMT+1 Stuart Rutter Great program with lots of thought provoking content I can’t wait for the next episode. Mon 01 Feb 2010 15:16:20 GMT+1 Ed Tozer I watched the first programme. You left out Ted Nelson, crediting Tim Berners-Lee with most of what Nelson achieved achieved instead! Was he too early or too awkward?Look on Sun 31 Jan 2010 17:16:58 GMT+1 Matt The series looks like it will be excellent (at least, this is my expectation, based on the well made preview), but shouldn't a series entitling itself "the virtual revolution" be available for streaming online (not just transmitted 'old tech' style over TV channels)?Taking that a step further, with the existence of the world-wide web, which is heralded by the series, shouldn't the series be available 'world-wide' too?I know there is always the excuse that rights issues make this difficult, or that license payers finance the production but these could easily be overcome if media owners were innovative (online viewers would happily pay for quality content made available to them, so rights could be structured to capitalise on this opportunity). Sat 30 Jan 2010 23:49:01 GMT+1 rsgeek Any idea when / if this series will come to BBC America? I'd love to see it, but would rather not have to wait for it to come out on DVD... Fri 22 Jan 2010 18:35:13 GMT+1 Greg Evans The preview of this series was awesome. I really cannot wait to see this series in the US. Again, the BBC is producing thought provoking and forward thinking information that makes us all examine the world with a new understanding. Fri 22 Jan 2010 15:44:29 GMT+1 luoluo This post has been Removed Fri 22 Jan 2010 02:52:00 GMT+1 LanciaV6 Taking the idea to a limit is detailed in the Triad. It may even interest the teenagers. Thu 21 Jan 2010 19:20:48 GMT+1 Catchingthewaves Congratulations on coming to the end of the name-choosing process. Does the use of the word "virtual" imply that none of it is actually real and/or worthwhile? Or does it mean that we are all trapped in a Matrix-like simulacrum of reality and that everyone is in fact a meat-based power source? ;)I look forward to watching the series. It promises to be entertaining, informative and thought-provoking - let's hope it proves to be an important documentary that bored teenagers of the distant future will reluctantly download to their cranial implants when set homework on The Warming Ages. Tue 12 Jan 2010 15:05:20 GMT+1 SheffTim You’ll probably have to spend a few seconds explaining the concept of a ‘virtual world’ at the start, as not everyone has yet come across the term or concept.This title also helps to exclude digital photography, digital TV etc. I’d agree that the past 20yrs has seen a revolution, so ‘Virtual Revolution’ works as a title for me. Mon 11 Jan 2010 16:21:11 GMT+1