Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

This content was posted on  22 Jul 20  by   Douglas Rushkoff  on  Podcast
Michael Nesmith “Life After Television”

Playing for Team Human today, musician, producer, and inventor of the music video, Michael Nesmith.

Nesmith will be sharing his insights about what it was like to live inside the reality television show that we’re all living in today. Nesmith discusses his self-awareness of existing in a television environment, the influence the Monkees’ music had on the Beatles, and the psychic effects the show had on a generation of technology and psychedelic icons.

In his opening monologue, Rushkoff explores the logics behind those who believe Covid-19 will one day disappear. “We need to see the virus as a scientific, biological, and an informational challenge.” Rushkoff says.

Michael Nesmith’s autobiography, Life After Television, is available now from Penguin Random House: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/538474/infinite-tuesday-by-michael-nesmith/

— 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.fm

— Follow Team Human Show —

Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamhumanshow

Instagram: 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 Rushkoff

Produced by Josh Chapdelaine

Audio Edited & Mixed by Luke Robert Mason

Our community manager is Michael Bass.

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.

Team Human is a Production of the Laboratory for Digital Humanism at Queens College.


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Scroll to Top