Media Virus! has ratings and 6 reviews. Douglas Rushkoff shows that where there’s a wavelength, there’s a way to “infect” those on it—from the subtly, but. The most virulent viruses today are composed of information. In this information- driven age, the easiest way to manipulate the culture is through the media. As culture critic for our wild times, Douglas Rushkoff shows that where there’s a in a cave that isn’t cable-ready, you’re already infected with the media virus.
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Media Virus!: Hidden Agendas in Popular Culture
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And it considers – with something between amusement and mild alarm – the ever-widening ripple effect of the successful “media virus”. Raul rated it really liked it Jun 13, References to this book Changing their minds: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
He consults to museums, governments, synagogues, churches, universities, and companies on new media arts and ethics. I also appreciated the look at the “guerilla” media douglaz well as rusjkoff history of television daytime talk shows. Chuck Cage rated it liked it May 30, Rushkoff is most frequently regarded as a media theorist and is known for coining terms and concepts including viral media or media virusdigital nativeand social currency. Simpson case in myriad formats from newspapers, television tabloids, and talk shows to the Internet.
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He consults to museums, governments, virua, churches, universities, and companies on new media arts and ethics. Brandon rated it it was amazing Nov 01, Learn more about Amazon Prime. Account Options Sign in.
Much of what Rushkoff has written has become de facto teaching within university media courses, and Rushkoff’s insights have been clarified and commented upon by many other social douflas and cyberpunks. Douglas Rushkoff is a New York-based writer, columnist and lecturer on technology, media and popular culture. From inside the book.
It will make you think Martin rated it really liked it Aug 08, Marshall — Media Virus — D. Contents The Nature of Infection. Hidden Agendas in Popular Culture.