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TKC 401 Author Douglas Rushkoff

Author of Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus: How Growth Became the Enemy of Prosperity Interview starts at 28:24 and ends at 42:21 The people who are throwing rocks at the Google bus, they’re on to something. They understand something. We should listen. And we can reconfigure, we can optimize, reprogram our economy to help everybody—That’s […]

TKC 352 Douglas Rushkoff

Author of Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now Interview starts at 13:37 and ends at 36:56 I remember a long time ago when Timothy Leary saw one of my first books, Cyberia or something, an early book about cyberculture, and he took it and he was moving his finger along the lines, and going “a line, and […]

TKC 244 Douglas Rushkoff

Author of Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now Interview Starts at 17:33 Remember we were going to write in our underwear from our homes and do what we wanted and and slack? And then it slowly but surely turned into this kind of poster child for the NASDAQ stock exchange, this way of monitoring people’s employees, making […]