Options The Media Squat with Douglas Rushkoff: Playlist from October 19, 2009 Options

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Options October 19, 2009: Talk with R. Buckminster Fuller

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Ramones  We Want The Airwaves   Options Anthology: Hey, Ho, Lets Go! 
Gang of Four  Natural's Not in It   Options  
Ramones  We Want The Airwaves   Options Anthology: Hey, Ho, Lets Go! 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/19/09 6:15pm Charles-A.:

Hello and welcome to the Media Squat.
I'm Charles-A and I love it here.
Now lets hear what Mr. Rushkoff has to say.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:16pm Charles-A.:

R. Buckminster Fuller was a genius. And he's still hard to listen to.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:19pm Charles-A.:

He would be delighted in the communication capabilities of internet.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:21pm Charles-A.:

Fuller was all about dealing with plenty, not with scarecity.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:23pm Charles-A.:

His dymaxion maps are works of genius as well.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:26pm Charles-A.:

Livingry as opposed to weaponry is the kind of thought process he brought.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:29pm Charles-A.:

1978 predated the web by about 5 years.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:31pm Charles-A.:

That the invention of the web, not its first use with came about in 1993.
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:37pm Charles-A.:

World Game lives on at http://www.osearth.com/
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:42pm Charles-A.:

To find out more about R. Buckminster Fuller go to http://www.bfi.org/
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:51pm Charles-A.:

Ignorance is the weapon of scarcity. It will make you do anything because you don't know any better, and there is much better to know....
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:53pm Charles-A.:

Wealth is NOT money. That's going to make some revolutions. Right Douglas...
  Mon. 10/19/09 6:57pm Charles-A.:

Well, this was the Media Squat.

I hope you enjoyed it.

I love R. Buckminster Fuller.
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