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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.

  • Eric Gullichsen “Navigating A Shared Space”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 11 décembre 2019 à 12 h 00 min

    Playing for Team Human today, founder and principal investigator at Pataphysics Research & virtual reality pioneer, Eric Gullichsen.Gullichsen and Rushkoff look back at how early virtual reality headsets brought them together nearly 25 years ago. Together, they discuss Timothy Leary’s commentary and influence on Gullichsen’s work in virtual reality and how Leary still influences Guillichsen’s work today with Transcranial Ultrasound Neuromodulation. Here, Gullichsen explains his views on treatments created from organic sources versus synthetic ones and how new brain treatments can be administered in a non-invasive fashion. How can innovations serve our humanity instead of serving it up to Silicon Valley?In his opening monologue, Rushkoff discusses how popular public discourse about the Internet is ten-to-twenty years behind what’s happening today. He looks at how digital technology has created an environment that has stripped us of our ability to find common ground because we’re increasingly living in different worlds.Team Human Podcast supporters can get sainted at Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping’s Earth Riot on Sunday, December 15, at 2:00 PM at Joe’s Pub at The Public. If you’re a Patreon supporter and you’d like to attend, please email team@teamhuman.fm for tickets.If you’re not a Patreon supporter, you can purchase tickets here: http://www.revbilly.com/earth_riot_at_joe_s_pub_at_the_public_20191215Find about all of our guests, listen to past shows & discover live events at http://teamhuman.fmYou can read written versions of Douglas Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium: https://medium.com/@rushkoff— Support Us — Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon.On Patreon: http://patreon.com/teamhumanBecome a Contributing Subscriber: TeamHuman.fmReview the show on Apple Podcasts!— Follow Team Human Show —Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamhumanshowInstagram: http://instagram.com/teamhumanshowMedium: http://medium.com/teamhuman#TeamHumanShow #FindTheOthers— Follow Douglas Rushkoff — Twitter: http://twitter.com/rushkoffMedium: https://medium.com/@rushkoffInstagram: http://instagram.com/douglasrushkoffFacebook: https://facebook.com/rushkoff/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rushkoff/— Credits — Hosted by Douglas RushkoffProduced by Josh Chapdelaine and Jamie CohenAudio Edited & Mixed by Luke Robert MasonMusic by Fugazi (On this Episode you heard “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro – thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.)Special thanks to Stephen Bartolomei who is busy drumming to his own beat.Team Human is a Production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens College. 

  • Yancey Strickler “A More Generous World”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 27 novembre 2019 à 12 h 00 min

    Playing for Team Human today, Cofounder of Kickstarter & The Creative Independent and author of the newly published book, “This Could Be Our Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World,” Yancey Strickler.Strickler joins Team Human to discuss his vision for building a society that looks beyond money and toward optimizing for humans. What are ways we can protect our human weaknesses? How can we appropriately scale a business to fit the needs of humans instead of growth for growth’s sake? Further, he discusses his concept of Bentoism, a model created based on the belief, “…that our self-interest isn’t solely defined by what we want and need right now. Our self-interest extends to the considerations of our future selves, the people who rely on us, and the next generation.” He discusses how this model can help humans discover what it’s like to be self-coherent and situate themselves as both individuals and as a collective.”This Could Be Out Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World” is now available: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/591594/this-could-be-our-future-by-yancey-strickler/Learn more about Bentoism: http://bentoism.org/Team Human Podcast supporters can get sainted at Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping’s Earth Riot on Sunday, December 15, at 2:00 PM at Joe’s Pub at The Public. If you’re a Patreon supporter and you’d like to attend, please email team@teamhuman.fm for tickets. If you’re not a Patreon supporter, you can purchase tickets here: http://www.revbilly.com/earth_riot_at_joe_s_pub_at_the_public_20191215Find about all of our guests, listen to past shows & discover live events at http://teamhuman.fmYou can read written versions of Douglas Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium: https://medium.com/@rushkoff— Support Us — Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon.On Patreon: http://patreon.com/teamhumanBecome a Contributing Subscriber: TeamHuman.fmReview the show on Apple Podcasts!— Follow Team Human Show —Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamhumanshowInstagram: http://instagram.com/teamhumanshowMedium: http://medium.com/teamhuman#TeamHumanShow #FindTheOthers— Follow Douglas Rushkoff — Twitter: http://twitter.com/rushkoffMedium: https://medium.com/@rushkoffInstagram: http://instagram.com/douglasrushkoffFacebook: https://facebook.com/rushkoff/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rushkoff/— Credits — Hosted by Douglas RushkoffProduced by Josh ChapdelaineAudio Edited & Mixed by Luke Robert MasonMusic by Fugazi (On this Episode you heard “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro – thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.)Special thanks to Stephen Bartolomei who we model ‘future us’ on.Team Human is a Production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens College.

  • Deborah Cullinan “From the Community”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 13 novembre 2019 à 12 h 39 min

    Playing for Team Human today, CEO of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, co-founder of Culture Bank, and Innovator in Residence at the Kauffman Foundation, Deborah Cullinan. Also playing for Team Human this week, New York State Assemblyman Ron Kim and Cornell Law Professor Robert Hockett. Plus, hear from Reverend Billy, who explains how Team Human supporters can be sainted at Earth Riot on Sunday, December 15.Cullinan joins Team Human to discuss what it means to place artists and creativity at the center of thriving communities, ways to think about art as an important driver to lasting change, and how difficult it is to imagine a brighter future when our current basic needs are not met. “We need to think of art and creativity as part of a system.”New York State Assemblyman Ron Kim and Cornell Law Professor Robert Hockett discuss their proposal to create a new public money infrastructure that lifts up the caring economy, a “public Venmo” They speak about the importance of accessible and free infrastructure to exchange money, how money can work to capture people’s values on a local level that currently go neglected, and how a banking system that serves humans might operate.Team Human Podcast supporters can get sainted at Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping’s Earth Riot on Sunday, December 15, at 2:00 PM at Joe’s Pub at The Public. If you’re a Patreon supporter and you’d like to attend, please email team@teamhuman.fm for tickets. If you’re not a Patreon supporter, you can purchase tickets here: http://www.revbilly.com/earth_riot_at_joe_s_pub_at_the_public_20191215Learn more about Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: https://ybca.org/Read more about Assemblyman Kim and Professor Hockett’s plan: https://prospect.org/economy/dynamic-inclusive-money-economy/Find about all of our guests, listen to past shows & discover live events at http://teamhuman.fmYou can read written versions of Douglas Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium: https://medium.com/@rushkoff— Support Us — Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon.On Patreon: http://patreon.com/teamhumanBecome a Contributing Subscriber: TeamHuman.fmReview the show on Apple Podcasts!— Follow Team Human Show —Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamhumanshowInstagram: http://instagram.com/teamhumanshowMedium: http://medium.com/teamhuman#TeamHumanShow #FindTheOthers— Follow Douglas Rushkoff — Twitter: http://twitter.com/rushkoffMedium: https://medium.com/@rushkoffInstagram: http://instagram.com/douglasrushkoffFacebook: https://facebook.com/rushkoff/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rushkoff/— Credits — Hosted by Douglas RushkoffProduced by Josh ChapdelaineAudio Edited & Mixed by Luke Robert MasonMusic by Fugazi (On this Episode you heard “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro – thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.)Special thanks to Stephen Bartolomei who is busy drumming to his own beat.Team Human is a Production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens College.

  • Vinnie Colaiuta “Rhythm is Life”
    par Douglas Rushkoff le 30 octobre 2019 à 11 h 34 min

    Playing for Team Human today, drummer and session musician, Vinnie Colaiuta.Vinnie joins Team Human to discuss the art of listening, collaborating, and celebrating the imperfection that makes music a human art. Douglas and Vinnie explore the difference between making music together, the biases of music-production technology, what Vinnie has learned from working artists like Frank Zappa, the importance of flow-state, and what it is like to be one of the most in-demand studio musicians.—Vinnie Colaiuta is an award-winning drummer based in Los Angeles. He famously worked for Frank Zappa as his principal drummer for studio and live performances. His performances on Zappa’s albums Tinsel Town Rebellion, Joe’s Garage and Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar are considered by many drummers to be among the most astounding ever recorded. Joe’s Garage was named one of the top-25 drumming performances of all time in a 1993 Modern Drummer article.After leaving Zappa, Colaiuta went on to work with a long list of notable rock and pop artists, including Sting, Gino Vannelli, Joni Mitchell, Barbra Streisand, Sandy & Junior, Clannad, Wang Chung, Chaka Khan, and Jeff Beck. He has also appeared with many notable jazz musicians, including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Haslip, Quincy Jones, the Buddy Rich Big Band and Buell Neidlinger.— Find out more about Vinnie’s work at: https://breakfastwithvinnie.com/Find about all of our guests, listen to past shows & discover live events at http://teamhuman.fmYou can read written versions of Douglas Rushkoff’s show monologues at Medium: https://medium.com/@rushkoff — Support Us — Team Human is made possible thanks to the generous support of our listeners on Patreon. On Patreon: http://patreon.com/teamhuman Become a Contributing Subscriber: TeamHuman.fmReview the show on Apple Podcasts!— Follow Team Human Show —Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamhumanshowInstagram: http://instagram.com/teamhumanshow Medium: http://medium.com/teamhuman#TeamHumanShow #FindTheOthers— Follow Douglas Rushkoff — Twitter: http://twitter.com/rushkoff Medium: https://medium.com/@rushkoff Instagram: http://instagram.com/douglasrushkoff Facebook: https://facebook.com/rushkoff/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rushkoff/ — Credits — Hosted by Douglas RushkoffProduced by Josh ChapdelaineAudio Edited & Mixed by Luke Robert Mason Music by Fugazi (On this Episode you heard “Foreman’s Dog” in the intro – thanks to the kindness of the band and Dischord Records.)Special thanks to Stephen Bartolomei who is busy drumming to his own beat.Team Human is a Production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens CUNY.

  • 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.

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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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