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Douglas Rushkoff

DouglasRushkoff, né à New York le 18 février 1961, est un essayiste, écrivain, chroniqueur, conférencier, graphiste et documentariste américain.


Team Human Team Human is a weekly podcast and set of resources enabling human intervention in the economic, technological, and social programs that determine how we live, work, and interact. This is media as cultural resistance and a path to social change.

  • Tiffany Shlain “Unplugging One Day a Week” + Tribute to Paul Krassner
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 16 octobre 2019 à 20 h 24 min

    Playing for Team Human today, filmmaker and author, Tiffany Shlain.Tiffany joins Team Human to discuss her new book, 24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week. By drawing from the ancient ritual of Shabbat she shows how turning off all screens for twenty-four hours each week can help us reclaim our humanity. I This week’s Team Human also includes a short tribute to counter-culture icon, Paul Krassner.You can find out more about Charles’ work at: http://www.tiffanyshlain.comYou can find out more about Paul at: http://paulkrassner.comYou can also find out more about all of our guests, listen to past shows, find out about upcoming live events, and become a contributing subscriber by visiting us at TeamHuman.fmYou can read written versions of Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium. Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. Your support makes the hours of labor that go into each show possible.You can also help by reviewing the show on iTunes.On this episode you heard Fugazi’s “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.Team Human is a production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY. Our new producer is Josh Chapdelaine, Luke Robert Mason edited and mixed this show, and we hope Stephen Bartolomei is living a lovely 24/6 life.

  • Charles Eisenstein “Questioning Quantification” + Bretton Woods@75 Keynote
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 2 octobre 2019 à 18 h 23 min

    Playing for Team Human today, Author and Gift Economy Advocate, Charles Eisenstein.Charles joins Team Human to share how he believes quantification is changing the way we think about climate, ecology and human beings. Less of an interview, this informal conversation was recorded at Bretton Woods@75 where Charles and Douglas were both speakers. They discuss the role work plays in our lives, and explore some of the new ways economic systems might be structured in order to put humans at the center.This week’s Team Human also includes a monologue recorded live from Bretton Woods@75.You can find out more about Charles’ work at: https://charleseisenstein.orgYou can find out more about Bretton Woods@75: https://www.brettonwoods.org/You can also find out more about all of our guests, listen to past shows, find out about upcoming live events, and become a contributing subscriber by visiting us at TeamHuman.fmYou can read written versions of Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium. Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. Your support makes the hours of labor that go into each show possible.You can also help by reviewing the show on iTunes.On this episode you heard Fugazi’s “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.Team Human is a production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY. Our new producer is Josh Chapdelaine, Luke Robert Mason edited and mixed this show, and we can’t quantify how much we miss Stephen Bartolomei.

  • Bryan Walsh “Avoiding Apocalypse” + Adrienne Haynes “Community Empowerment”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 18 septembre 2019 à 16 h 46 min

    Playing for Team Human today, former TIME International Editor, Bryan Walsh & attorney and business woman Adrienne Haynes.Bryan Walsh shares his thoughts on why the end of humankind seems inevitable and the ways we might avoid imminent crisis. In his new book, End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World, Walsh explores how the threats of asteroids, super volcanoes, nuclear war, climate change, disease pandemics, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and extraterrestrial intelligence might actually be avoided through innovative news ideas and collective action.You can find out more about Bryan Walsh’s work here: https://www.hachettebooks.com/titles/bryan-walsh/end-times/9780316449618/On this Episode we launch a brand new segment, “Real People, Doing Real Things.” Joining us for our inaugural slot is attorney & businesswoman, Adrianne Haynes. She joins Team Human to share how she is empowering her local community through the work of her nonprofits, including the Construction Business Institute, Multicultural Business Coalition and Black Female Attorneys Network.You can find out more about Adrianne Haynes’ work here: http://adriennebhaynes.comYou can also find out more about all of our guests, listen to past shows, find out about upcoming live events, and become a contributing subscriber by visiting us at TeamHuman.fmYou can read written versions of Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium. Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. Your support makes the hours of labor that go into each show possible.You can also help by reviewing the show on iTunes.On this episode you heard Fugazi’s “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.Team Human is a production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY. Our new producer is Josh Chapdelaine, Luke Robert Mason edited and mixed this show, and Stephen Bartolomei working to survive the apocalypse in his own way.

  • Ep. 136 Live from MAHA with Stephen Bartolomei and Brigitte McQueen Shew “Optimizing for Connection”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 4 septembre 2019 à 12 h 01 min

    Playing for Team Human today, musician, media scholar, and founding Team Human producer Stephen Bartolomei AND community advocate and founder of the Union for Contemporary Art Brigitte McQueen Shew.Douglas opens the show with a monologue about the disorienting construction of the Democratic debates by television networks. He looks at how the television environment fights to assert its dominance in a digital age, how candidates are positioned against one another, and how the stage’s aesthetic is optimized for spectacle and audience distraction.Bartolomei explores the surveillance features of a recording studio and how their panoptic construction contrasts a do-it-yourself, basement experience of communal creation. He looks at how musical raw material can undergo a dehumanizing process to be converted into a surveillance commodity and how we should instead work to optimize for connection.Shew explores how art allows us to bridge deeply sewn cultural divides in order to see ourselves in other people and forge solidarity, how we can justify artistic exploration during times of crisis, and how we experience art through our own expression everyday.This special episode of Team Human was recorded live in front of a studio audience from MAHA’s Opening Festival at Archetype Coffee in Omaha, Nebraska.You can find out more about the Union for Contemporary Art at: https://www.u-ca.org/Check out Douglas’s regular column on Medium, featuring expanded versions of the monologues you hear each week opening the show.Team Human happens each week thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. Your support makes the hours of labor that go into each show possible. You can also help by reviewing the show on iTunes.On this episode you heard Fugazi’s “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.Team Human is a production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY. This show was produced by Stephen Bartolomei.

  • Mary L. Gray “Invisible by Design” + Betaworks Studios Keynote
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 21 août 2019 à 11 h 55 min

    Playing for Team Human today, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research and Fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Mary L. Gray.Mary L. Gray joins Team Human to share her research into the invisible human workforce that powers the web. In her new co-authored book, Ghost Work: How to Stop Silicon Valley from Building a New Global Underclass, Gray explores the assumptions made about the content moderators, proofreaders and AI-trainers that make the internet seem so smart. Despite the common idea that this low-paid workforce is exploited, this episode shows the ways in which the ‘ghost economy’ might actually provide opportunity for those who choose to participate in it.This week’s Team Human also includes a monologue recorded live from Betaworks Studio’s recent event on humane technology, “Human After All – Humanistic Technology for a New Era”.You can find out more about Mary’s work at: https://ghostwork.infoYou can find out more about Betaworks Studios: https://betaworks-studios.com You can also find out more about all of our guests, listen to past shows, find out about upcoming live events, and become a contributing subscriber by visiting us at TeamHuman.fmYou can read written versions of Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium. Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. Your support makes the hours of labor that go into each show possible.You can also help by reviewing the show on iTunes.On this episode you heard Fugazi’s “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.Team Human is a production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY. Our new producer is Josh Chapdelaine, Luke Robert Mason edited and mixed this show, and Stephen Bartolomei is an invisible, but hard at work on very human things.

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Xavier Faltot @xavierfaltot @mcmparis @lacontroverse Dans la radio, les magazines, la télé, la rue, le web, et les clubs, en 20 ans, il est passé maître dans l’art du média expérimental. Il joue et compose avec les technologies, les flux et les publics. Hackeur du réel, il travaille à générer des chaos sympathiques, des zones franches où tout se lie et se publie. C’est là qu’il sculpte ses visions d’une société post-capitaliste, post-spectacle. Un endroit où se libérer et briller sans s’éblouir. Il est reporter, gonzo journaliste, VJ Xavier Society for the Blind, le fanzine Le Guide Du Renard, le Xavier de Youtube, le gérant de La Controverse, l’inventeur de La Chambre à Air, le co-créateur de RADIOMARAIS et de gangsterreradio.org ou encore la cellule multi-média de Le Consulat.
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