Monday, February 1st, 2010
Our partner in the “Six-Words on the Digital Life” challenge, FRONTLINE/Digital Nation, is airing a new doc, Digital Nation, on PBS on February 2, 9pm, created by Rachel Dretzin and friend o’ SMITH, Douglas Rushkoff. Based on years of reporting in the field, as well as submissions to PBS’ Digital Nation project from everyday people, the show looks at how technology has changd, messed with, improved, or upended our lives as wired creatures on planet earth.
Here’s the rub: the show’s premier is the same time as the season premier of Lost. So join us in our grassroots efforts to win over some eyeballs and on Tuesday update your Facebook status and Twitter feed—or just yell: TiVo “Lost”—Watch “Digital Nation” on FRONTLINE, 9pm tonight, and support PBS!
For a hundreds of six-word takes on the digital life, check out SMITH and Digital Nations/FRONTLINE’s “Six Words on the Digital Life” project (and submit your own).