It sounds like a really interesting project: looking at several different aspects of the internet and what it might mean for society.
Naturally enough, working througn the medium of Web n.x, they are seeking to make the development of the documentary an interactive experience. Their blog features lots of guest bloggers sharing their ideas – I was particularly interested in reading Feargal Sharkey’s post on music, copyright, and the artist’s choice (though Sharkey for me will always be voice behind the effervescent Teenage Kicks – he must get bored of being reminded of it, though it is a work of pure genius!).
As part of this, the production team are looking for any ideas or comments. So now you know where to get involved…
One small caveat: the BBC require that anyone commenting on their blogs registers and signs in. This seems overly controlling, though I am sure that they have their reasons. I shy away from commenting on blogs that require registration – partly for reasons of privacy, ironically one of the issues I was discussing with Dan!