Gemini New Moon and Eric McLuhan Interview

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In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM I focus on the Gemini Gemini New Moon, which was exact Tuesday morning just past 10 am EDT. And I play my long-awaited interview with Dr. Eric McLuhan, son of my philosopher-hero, Marshall McLuhan. We also have included some excellent music — to ring in my visit with Eric.

Dr. Eric McLuhan

Dr. Eric McLuhan

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In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM I focus on the Gemini New Moon, which was exact Tuesday morning just past 10 am EDT. And I play my long-awaited interview with Dr. Eric McLuhan, son of my philosopher-hero, Marshall McLuhan. We also have included some excellent music — to ring in my visit with Eric.

2 thoughts on “Gemini New Moon and Eric McLuhan Interview

  1. Cowboyiam

    Eric that was just great, awesome. His ideas were mind opening and I loved the interaction between you two. It’s wonderful how you find these jewels and bring them to our attention.

    I really liked your thought near the end about digital immortality. On the one hand we may bomb ourselves back into the stone ages – but if we don’t – imagine how much deeper we will understand our past by listening to these simple little obscure conversations from two hundred years future….. It is one thing to try and comprehend Shakespeare but we must assume a lot of artistic spin so wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could log on to a conversation between a critic of his work with a regular guy of his world.

    How deeply we could grasp Thomas Jefferson’s true persona if we had hundred’s of hours of video of his passionate debates. His letters are outstanding at times but how often did he fly off the handle and then destroy that? Being a witness to direct moment passion and reaction makes a persona come alive.

    The concept of PW’s as a time capsule for future historians really makes me think. Very intriguing to ponder. High Five!

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