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211: Program or Be Programmed, with Douglas Rushkoff

Episode 211 of Smells Like Human Spirit explores our ever-increasing use of technology, in a modern world seemingly obsessed with smartphones and social media. First, Douglas Rushkoff, a highly influential media theorist, author, and Professor of Media Studies at Queens College joins the show. Mr. Rushkoff, the creator of four award-winning PBS "Frontline" documentaries, discusses the impact of modern technologies on communication, the political process, and social progress. In the second part of the episode, Guy calls up a friend to discuss the effect of social media specifically on today's young people.

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