Also, while Kenneth Brannagh was quoting Shakespeare at the beginning (The Tempest), during the pastoral part, he was dressed as a nineteenth century industrialist. At least that's what I assume he was supposed to be while he was wandering around the industrial revolution section nodding approvingly. So I guess it could have been anything from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century at the beginning. And if the point was to divide it into the pastoral, the industrial, and the digital ages, I still don't get why the section on socialized medicine and children's literature was the connection between the industrial and the digital ages. I didn't object to the section on its own; I just don't see how it fit the supposed organization of the presentation as a whole.