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Published on May 8, 2011
In 1986 an ambitious BBC project sought to crowdsource a record of British life in a 20th century version of the 1086 Domesday Book. Sadly, the data collected by the Domesday Project has been largely inaccessible because it was stored on a soon to be obsolete format, the Laser Disc. Now in 2011, the BBC is launching Domesday Reloaded, aiming to display the 1986 data online and gather a picture of how life has changed. his video, shot at a launch event in TV Centre on May 5th, gives a bit of a flavour of the idea. It also shows how technology has moved on since 1986 when shooting, editing and sharing a video for virtually nothing seemed an impossible dream.