As a Bryan Singer fan, I checked out his latest project, which happens to live online. It’s called H+, and so far it’s excellent. It’s super intriguing, moves really well, is well-written and looks great. The premise involves implants that keep you plugged in online 24/7. But with it, comes the inevitable vulnerability of contracting a deadly network virus that could spread worldwide instantly. And that disaster is what kicks off the series. The only complaint that YouTube viewers seem to have is that the episodes are way too short. This only reaffirms what I’ve always believed and said time and time again, which is that people will watch longer formats on the Internet if they enjoy what they’re watching. And that should be the only thing producers should be concerned with online. Good content. I personally think this whole, “Internet video MUST be under five minutes” babble is a myth. They may not watch longer videos while at work, but they will watch it eventually if it’s any good because people will be telling one another about it. The reaction of viewers to this series proves that once again.