A couple of weeks ago, I went to a screening of "Us Now" in Toronto - the North American premiere. (It was made in the UK.) It's a documentary about how social networking sites and online tools are changing the way we relate to each other and organize for change for the better in our society. It was a really inspiring film, and Don Tapscott spoke afterwards.
I went as a representative for rabble.ca (we co-sponsored the event) and a group from TVO did video interviews with a bunch of us from various organizations to talk about how online technology is changing society.
The result is a 6 minute video with interviews of a bunch of us, and clips from the film. Just thought I'd post it here in case people are interested.
I highly recommend the movie, too, by the way. Volunteer Toronto is trying to organize another screening of it here in Toronto - I'll post details if and when we get something firmed up.