Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The internet and the way we access it has transformed our daily lives.

The BBC presents a special season of programmes looking at the internet - and how it became the world's first truly global revolution.

Over the last 20 years, the internet became a revolution - perhaps the first truly global revolution.

No-one planned it, and no-one can accurately predict its future.
SuperPower is a season of programmes across online, radio and television, investigating how the internet affects lives and has become the catalyst for a fundamental change in societies around the world.

During this season the BBC will look at how the Internet is changing all aspects of our lives. Season highlights include:
  • What it means to be connected and unconnected in the digital world
  • How it is shrinking the world and allowing us to experience each others lives in new ways
  • How it has changed cultural attitudes to marriage, dating and disability
  • Our MyWorld competition, where you can submit your two-minute film for our competition.
And we ask who is really shaping the web? Is it us - or the individuals and companies who have mastered the web?

BBC World Service - Special Reports - SuperPower

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