Marshall McLuhan at 100

Media visionary Marshall McLuhan would have turned 100 today. 

Does McLuhan still matter? Is the medium still the message?
 

        

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As Tom Wolfe wrote in a profile of McLuhan in the “New York Herald Tribune” in 1964 – “Suppose he is what he sounds like, the most important thinker since Newton, Darwin, Freud, Einstein and Pavlov – studs of the intelligentsia game – suppose he is the oracle of the modern times?”

 

Paul Levinson on "Digital McLuhan"

Paul Levinson on "Digital McLuhan"

Paul Levinson is the author of "Digital McLuhan: A Guide to the Information Millennium." He talks to Jim Fleming about his friendship with McLuhan and the man's work.

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"Understanding New Media: Extending Marshall McLuhan"

Robert Logan on "Understanding New Media: Extending Marshall McLuhan"

Robert Logan is the author of "Understanding New Media: Extending Marshall McLuhan." He talks to Anne Strainchamps about their friendship and the great man's work.

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"Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work!"

Douglas Coupland on Marshall McLuhan

Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland talks to Steve Paulson about his unconventional McLuhan biography, "Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work!"

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"Videodrome" DVD (The Criterion Collection)

Carrie Rickey on David Cronenberg's "Videodrome"

Carrie Rickey is the film critic for "The Philadelphia Inquirer." She talks to Steve Paulson about how Marshall McLuhan's ideas influenced David Cronenberg's 1983 sci-fi/horror film, as chronicled in her essay, "Videodrome; Make Mine Cronenberg."

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