We’ve been working on launching the BBC Digital Revolution (working title) – a crowd-sourced/open-source/collaborative documentary series about the internet. Interestingly, people who post their knowledge/stories around the microsite’s content will have a chance of guiding a major and unique BBC documentary.
Tim Berners-Lee, Chris Anderson, Jimmy Wales, Lee Siegel, Andrew Keen, Aleks Krotoski, Feargal Sharkey, Nicholas Carr, Rory Cellan-Jones and Susan Greenfield are just some of the people involved in making this project work.
These are the 4 bold programme topics that people can now contribute to at www.bbc.co.uk/digitalrevolution:
1. power on the web
2. the fate of nations
3. the cost of free
4. the web and us
You can follow the progress of the series on Twitter @BBCDigRev. Here’s what some our tech friends had to say about it….