011: Communication Breakdown

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Marshall McLuhan once proposed that new technologies introduce new habits of perception, new ways of seeing and interacting with the world. In this session, the Punks and their guests will tackle this theory head-on. How do digital tools and technologies alter our habits of perception? What does it means to look at the world with one eye always glued to a screen? How is digital culture impacting our visual and written language, and are we cool with all of this? Guests: Beck Tench, Director for Innovation and Digital Engagement, Museum of Life and Science Matthew Israel, Director of The Art Genome Project, Artsy Nancy Proctor, Head of Mobile Strategy and Initiatives, Smithsonian Institution This episode was recorded live at MCN2013 on November 23, 2013. Thank you to the Museum Computer Network for inviting us to be a part of the conference.

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