Sunday, April 22, 2001

Bob’s Notes | McLuhan at Fordham with Harley Parker and John Culkin, 28 September 1967

Payday

NOTE:Timing based on Payday archives.


Nov.1/2014 1178024 Sept.28/67 at Fordham with Harley Parker and John Culkin:

(Part 16 at 26:53 and Part 17 at beginning and at 26:42 [finished playing])

New York Times "fit to print" (no comics)
1:01

Seurat and TV
TV and FW
4:00

ariel photography
5:10

TV child (under 21)
7:20

global thermostat
9:00

TV in Israel
9:30

Third World turned on by TV
11:00

Black Power
12:10

the West goes East...
14:10

John Wayne and the Vietnam War
16:10

violence as an identity quest
17:10

Modern Germany and Hitler
18:10

tribal man
20:20

MM is anti-ear
21:20

advocates media ecology
21:35

obsolete Darwinian biological evolution
22:30

liberal, literate Jewish hatred of the Arabs
24:20

mocking anthropology
26:10

film and light-through theater in Paris
28:20

Harley wants more money for education
29:30

Peace Corps
30:40

"everything works in 2 ways"
31:05

Beatles and sitars
31:15

contact with the East via the Crusades
31:30

'heliotropical noughttime" (iONic on "time")
32:30

Fellini's 8 1/2
34:25

more media ecology (no visual space in 10 years)
36:05

war as teaching machine
36:40

Porgy and Bess and the Depression
37:50

MM predicts the goalless TV kids and their coming Depression
38:30

"I regard the 20th Century with absolute horror"
39:30

the Civil War and the railway
41:20

the return of the South
42:20

no point of view is available
43:20

MM hasn't read UM since 1964
44:50

Twiggy as icon
45:05

kids are interested in techniques
45:30

Bogart, Rock Hudson, and David in "Blowup"
47:30

baseball and Willie Mays
48:20

boxing is finished like the railroad
48:55

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