Societies and people in general all learn in different ways as shown in this video about a teacher who tries restlessly to teach his students about the Nazis. Seinfeld was trying to teach his students a certain way, but they were a group who did not learn anything about the topic at hand ("Teacher Tube"). Similar to Seinfeld, George Orwell and Cory Doctorow were trying to teach society something when they wrote 1984 and Little Brother. Orwell's novel 1984 was written to warn people of the dangers of a totalitarian government while Little Brother was written in a response to 1984 with a more positive outcome. The main character in 1984, Winston Smith, tries to rebel against Big Brother the totalitarian leader and the Party but is unsuccessful in his quest. Although he did not prevail, Orwell's point about the dangers of totalitarian government did come across successfully. On the other hand, the main character of Little Brother, Marcus Yallow, finds himself successful in bringing down the DHS by using technology. From Little Brother by Cory Doctorow and 1984 by George Orwell, society has not learned to truly challenge the system by not using technology to their advantage and allowing the government to have too much control, both of which will negatively impact society by making the future more like that of 1984 or Little Brother.