How close are TV interrogations to the real thing? Not very, says Douglas Starr. In a New Yorker article, he explores the "gold standard" of interrogation methods, developed in the 1940s. But there’s concern that this technique is based on outdated science, and may produce false confessions.
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Conrad Black defends his Vision TV interview with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
Greetings gents and welcome to Episode 10 of Moustache & Blade! Today’s show is jam packed with info, tips and more. Douglas will be checking out the Micro Touch One Safety Razor which seems to be piquing the curiosity of the mainstream and the suspicions of the wet shaving crowd. Then Mantic 59 pops in to give us his latest wet shaving tip and lastly, our feature, "on the scene" interview with Craig The Barber at his shop in Beverly Hills!
London has some major disadvantages that would make any transport policy difficult. However, even given the constraints, the current policy mix is so far away from ideal that it could be costing each household about Â£1,000 more than it should if transport were to be organised rationally.Â The lecture will give some suggestions about what could be done.
Douglas Rushkoff and Present Shock - Future Tense - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Renowned US media theorist Douglas Rushkoff argues we now live in a state of ‘Present Shock’ where we’ve lost our understanding of time; and where our sense of what the future should and could be has been seriously diminished. He explains the cause and symptoms of ‘Present Shock’.
Douglas Rushkoff, Media theorist and author of ‘Present Shock’.
Title: Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now
Author: Douglas Rushkoff
Publisher: Current Hardcover
Douglas Rushkoff’s Website (http://www.rushkoff.com/present-shock/)
Wall Street Journal Excerpt of "Present Shock’ (http://www.rushkoff.com/blog/2013/3/14/wall-street-journal-adaptation-from-present-shock.html)
2011 Future Tense Interview with Douglas Rushkoff (http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/douglas-rushkoff-and-program-or-be-programmed/3001884)
In 1970, futurist Alvin Toffler brought out a soon-famous book called “Future Shock”. It described a world in which people could no longer keep up with the pace of change.
In 2013, big thinker Douglas Rushkoff is out with a book called “Present Shock”. It describes a world in which the change has arrived. In a digital tsunami. And we are lost in it.
Tumbling in an overwhelming, almost tyrannical, “now.” A present in which we’ve lost our cultural narrative, our past, our future. We can drown or we can thrive, he says.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA w/ Douglas Dollars | Pre-Recorded Late Night | Funny interviews, improv and sketch comedy
Dennis has been digging cars out of ditches with AAA for decades, most of them in Las Vegas, and we dig into the secret menu of services available to the automobiles of the rich and famous. Featuring special guest Douglas Dollars of dougalwayswins.biz
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