Douglas Rushkoff über Occupy

Autor und Aktivist Douglas Rushkoff teilt seine Beobachtungen zu Occupy mit Vice’s Motherboard TV.

Much has changed in the decades since Rushkoff started critiquing the system. But his philosophy is still animated by a big question, one that applies not only to the digital spaces of the Internet, built by the Facebooks and the Googles, but to other kinds of “public” spaces too, in town squares, Congress, and culture: who programmed these spaces, and to what ends, and how can they be hacked into something better?

Buchtipp zum Thema: Rushkoffs Progam or Be Programed

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