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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Cameron McEwen & Bob Dobbs Discuss Bob’s New Book

7 comments:

Michael said...

Enjoyed the conversation. Interesting questions to ponder about the individual and collective experience. Bob's gives his reflection on Analogical Mirrors. Enjoyed Cameron McEwan's take on Media Ecology as being Chemistry. This engagement felt like a probe. Bring on Part II! Let's hear what comes back.

Bob Dobbs said...

Thanks, Michael.

Michael said...

This continues to be the most interesting conversation on the internet and a welcome relief from having to hear more garbage about Covid or American politics. Thank you Bob and Cameron for giving a use to the brain beyond it being just a drain.

Aletheia said...

Where's the book?

Bob Dobbs said...

Thanks again, Michael.

The "book" is not a book per se. It is here:


https://newexplorations.net/what-we-you-didnt-know-about-trump

Michael said...

Thank you again Bob and Cameron! This conversation continues to be enthralling. I have listened to a good amount of McLuhan talks and interviews and sometimes, especially in this latest dialogue, it sounds like I am listening to the closest thing we could come to a current conversation between Bob Dobbs and Marshall McLuhan. There are moments which feel like Cameron fully embodies Marshall's perspective to a point of channeling him. Even his delivery begins to sound like McLuhan. Bob evokes. And, this conversation is just in its beginning stages; we haven't even really started addressing Bob's book yet. Bob's stated intent in writing 'What You Didn't Know About Trump' was to update McLuhan. By having this conversation with Cameron, Bob is delivering and evoking words that are accomplishing exactly this. This conversation is Essential McLuhan Curriculum for anyone curious about what Marshall would say about everything that is happening now. With the massive amount of content iONdom is currently generating, don't let this fireside chat with Bob and Cameron be overlooked. Thank you for posting these Ed!

Bob Dobbs said...

Excellent commentary, Michael!

I agree with you about the significance of our dialogue.