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Al Jazeera asked me to contribute a one-minute video for an episode of Listening Post about how McLuhan looks in the Age of the Internet. They ultimately rejected it. I can see why; it’s pretty geeky. Also, it’s not very interesting.
So, what the heck, here it is:
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How ironic that I loved the message but disliked the medium. So much visual noise made it almost impossible to concentrate on the self-referential message that you were offering.
Thanks for trying.
I liked it, especially the aspect of the Internet undoing both medium & message characteristics.
[...] The medium is the message is the transmitter is the receiver [...]
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