How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

You know what's really cool?

What's really cool is that I won't have to use a filesharing program to download "Dr. Who" episodes anymore. I'll be able to watch some "Blake's 7", and get a decent quality copy of the "Neverwhere" miniseries. And heck, I might even watch some "Tripods", which I remember seeing but remember nothing else about!

Why you ask? Well, one thing those programs all have in common, and also share with the miniseries of the "Hitchhiker's Guide", is that they are all sci-fi- produced by the BBC.

And so? SO the BBC is going to be making it's archives downloadable.

That is terribly cool.

Damn, I wish the US had a BBC.
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