My conversation with Kevin Dotson (Linus of Hollywood). We talk about his career as a musician, playing with members of Jellyfish, Nerf Herder and his new album "Something Good." Reviews are posted on www.powerpopaholic.com
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There’s a debate gripping our nation and Andy Daly will not yield to ensure all the colorful opinions of the distinctive Laphroaig Single Malt scotch whisky are read into the political record. Watch to see if he reads your opinion, try to spot all the Easter eggs in the video and see if he really makes it through a three-and-half-hour-long filibuster.
Marshall McLuhan Full Interview 1977
Violence as a Quest for Identity TV Ontario 1977 The Mike McManus Show Host: Mike McManus
Transcript: [McManus]Way back in the early fifties you predicted that the world was becoming a global Village.
[McLuhan]We are going back into the bicameral mind that is tribal, collective, without any individual consciousness.
[McManus]But, it seems, Dr. McLuhan, that this tribal world is not friendly.
[McLuhan]No, tribal people, one of their main kinds of sport is butchering each other. It is a full-time sport in tribal societies. [McManus]But, I had some idea as we got global and tribal we were going to try to -
[McLuhan]The closer you get together, the more you like each other? There is no evidence of that in any situation that we have ever heard of. When people get close together, they get more and more savage and impatient with each other.
[McManus]Why is it? Is it because of the nature of man? [McLuhan]His tolerance is tested in those narrow circumstances very much. Village people are not that much in love with each other. The global village is a place of a very arduous interfaces and very abrasive situations.
[McManus]Do you see any pattern of this in, for example the desires of Quebec to separate?
[McLuhan]I should think that they are feeling very abrasive about the English community and about the way the American south …
In 2008, Ali Vincent won the fifth season of The Biggest Loser by dropping 122 pounds, making her the first female to win the fitness reality TV show. This April, on the 8-year anniversary of her victory, Ali says, she was having a meltdown. She couldn’t get out of bed and felt a deep shame. She had regained most of the weight she lost on Loser. She wrote a candid post on Facebook about her ongoing struggle to keep the weight off. For more on #WhereAreTheyNow, visit http://www.wherearetheynow.buzz
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Charlie Rose interviews Apple’s chief design officer, Jony Ive
I filmed this at an anti library closure protest at St James Library, Northampton, UK
Dan talks about Jay-Z’s relaunch of his music streaming service Tidal, Amazon Home Services, Jared Leto is The Joker, Tim Cook’s stand on ‘religious freedom’ laws, iPhone 6C leaked photos, 5by5 Radio is back in the App Store, Apple’s decision to not take
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Casey Liss, Kevin Purdy, and Matt Alexander join Moisés to talk about what does and doesn’t work as a movie and a TV show.
5by5 - Screen Time #14: Cinematic Industrial Complex (with Merlin Mann)
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