No comment, but here's Stephen Fry on the internet:
This is an early thing I said about the internet at the time things like AOL were still huge. I said it's Milton Keynes, that's the problem with it. It's got all these nice, safe cycle paths and child-friendly parks and all the rest of it.
But the internet is a city and, like any great city, it has monumental libraries and theatres and museums and places in which you can learn and pick up information and there are facilities for you that are astounding - specialised museums, not just general ones.
Right on, Mr Fry. Right on. BBC technology's chat with Fry covers Twitter (which I refuse to take part in), the web vs books and all kinds of fun things.