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"H+: The Digital Series" on Youtube


Anyone else watch any of this series?

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The series is based on a future where one-third of the world's population has an implanted computer, named H+, which connects the human mind to the Internet 24 hours a day. The implant was created by a company called Hplus Nano Teoranta, an Irish biotechnology company founded with the intent of improving the medical sector with technology. The story begins in medias res, depicting the effects of a virus which infects the H+ implant. Concurrent episodes go back and forward in time to different settings, and various characters' viewpoints are used to tell the story.

I'm about 14 episodes in (each episode is 5 minutes), and it is definitely interesting. It is distributed by Warner Bros, so I wonder if it'll get picked up for mainstream at some point.



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"H+: The Digital Series" on Youtube
someone mentioned it the other day in the continuum thread it may have been you i don't remember. i went check out the site and watched a preview it definitely looked interesting and original. i'm sure i'll give it a shot in the near future.






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someone mentioned it the other day in the continuum thread it may have been you i don't remember. i went check out the site and watched a preview it definitely looked interesting and original. i'm sure i'll give it a shot in the near future

it wasn't me. but, it was the first I had heard of it. Then, I saw it in some pics for some tech articles I was reading. It is pretty interesting. and, the idea of airing "youtube series" is something that really interests me.

I've watched Blood and Chrome and now I've started this. I just wonder how far something like online series can really take off.






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