Posts Tagged ‘ideas’


In anticipation of Bill Kuhns’ to-be-published huge compendium of McLuhan quotes in his McLuhan Marshalling Machine: A Dictionary of Quotations, where they will be categorized by the artifact or phenomenon they refer to, I have Bill’s permission to publish samples of original McLuhan quotes from his writings, lectures, and interviews, some of which will have never […]



Andrew McLuhan Andrew McLuhan has embarked on an ambitious project to provide a personal information service on Marshall and Eric McLuhan and their ideas and legacy to the inhabitants of Prince Edward County and the many non-residents who travel there for recreation or a visit, the county being a popular destination for tourists and visitors. […]



A 12-Hour McLuhanesque Marathon Exploring the Post-Pandemic World Monday, July 20, Noon to Midnight EDT Hosted by PAOLO GRANATA With special guests from around the world. Inspired by the innovative thinking of Marshall McLuhan, participants – academics, artists, designers, raconteurs, innovators, and thinkers – from around the globe will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric […]



Winnipeg Today, a photo of near the “Forks,” where the Assiniboine River flows into the Red River I have been reading and seeing the phrase “Winnipeg School of Communication” for a couple of years now and never before that and I assumed that it was being used in the same sense as the Frankfurt School, […]



PandeMedia & Folklores from the Lockdown Age Join us for the twelfth Monday Night Webinar, Monday JULY 13, 8:00-10:00 PM EST: PandeMedia and Folklores from the Lockdown Age. BEST OF MONDAY NIGHT WEBINARS In a playful, relaxed, and experimental online format, a panel of participants will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric global village in […]



Ronald J. Deibert is the founder and director of Citizen Lab, a research outfit based at the University of Toronto, which studies technology, surveillance and censorship. His Massey Lectures will focus on the societal impact of the internet and social media. In the midst of a global pandemic when many of us are spending an increasing […]



  A Webinar Presented by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada 14 Oct, 2020 *** 17:30 to 19:00 Marshall McLuhan perhaps is best known for his contributions to communication theory and his precepts about the effects of technology upon culture and society. In the 1960s and 1970s – the height of McLuhan’s career as Canada’s […]



PandeMedia & Folklores from the Lockdown Age Join us for the eleventh Monday Night Webinar, Monday JULY 6, 8:00-10:00 PM EST: PandeMedia and Folklores from the Lockdown Age. In a playful, relaxed, and experimental online format, a panel of participants will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric global village in light of the current global […]



PandeMedia & Folklores from the Lockdown Age Join us for the tenth Monday Night Webinar, Monday JUNE 29, 8:00-10:00 PM EST: PandeMedia and Folklores from the Lockdown Age. In a playful, relaxed, and experimental online format, a panel of participants will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric global village in light of the current global […]



PandeMedia and Folklores from the Lockdown Age Join us for the ninth Monday Night Webinar, Monday JUNE 22, 8:00-10:00 PM EST: PandeMedia and Folklores from the Lockdown Age. In a playful, relaxed, and experimental online format, a panel of participants will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric global village in light of the current global crisis, […]