Jun 19, 2019
After such a meta conversation like this about the intricate relationship of media and information, it's really hard to do a meta writeup without going double meta, so here we are. Some episodes we're very much on the same page, and in many places (partly cause of internet issues) we were not in this episode. And I think that's great! There's a lot of moving parts here and it's hard to slow them all down and I think it's good to see how that process goes. No prepackaged bite sized material here, just a lot of gristle to chew on.
For those not familiar The Waldo Moment is from series 2 of Black Mirror.
How to Trivialize our culture and politics: https://www.vox.com/conversations/2017/5/8/15440292/donald-trump-politics-culture-neil-postman-television-media
Infotainment is killing politics: https://blog.politicsmeanspolitics.com/why-infotainment-is-killing-politics-1a1c053885df
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Aaron is also going to be on a panel at NECSS this summer in NYC discussing mutant ethics. Come do some nerdcore philosophy!
CONTENT PREVIEW: Next week we're watching a super meta anime satire called One Punch Man that plays with the idea of attaining one's goal the sadness that might bring. It's on Netflix