Has anybody seen the documentary from BBC called "The virtual revolution"? I havent, but I know its about how people's habits changed through the years since internet became something more than essential in our lives. People are making friends on the internet and spend more time connect with them than going out for a real face to face experience. I can say that I've spent so much time at home, in the internet, that I clearly see these effects in my life. Nowadays I prefer to stay home and watch a movie, order some fast food (I am not fat, I exercise and swim) than go out and face all the problems out there (traffic jam, angry people, long lines at the movies, full restaurants etc). Does anybody feels the same? Please, I dont believe people below 16 years old can understand since they grew up in a 'already internet moment of history'.