Archive for the ‘information’ Category


Sept. 20, 1976 issue (Vol. 6, No. 12) If the Media Didn’t Get Marshall McLuhan’s Message in the ’60s, Another Is on the Way By Barbara Rowes At 4 a.m. Herbert Marshall McLuhan, hip prophet of the ’60s for whom “the medium was the message,” awakens in his Toronto bedroom and slips into an ancient […]



Media theorist Marshall McLuhan’s work best explains how the world changed in the 2010s—and what we can expect in the decade ahead. By Zach Weissmueller What did the 2010s add up to? I spent the decade at Reason creating videos about the democratization of everything and the declining power of society’s gatekeepers. “Everything that we prize in […]



Click on image for expanded view. Hannah Whitaker, “Barcroft Branches” & “Arctic Landscape (Trees)” (both 2014) Excerpt from How to Be as Well-Informed as Marshall McLuhan, John Eaton, Lester Patrick Watson (Fron Macleans, September 1, 1971, pp. 38-39) Canada lost its innocence somewhere between the time Gordie Tapp expatriated to do Hee-Haw and Pierre Trudeau […]