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Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth
Cyber Envelopment & Human Awareness
Langdon Winner,Douglas Rushkoff,Chet Bowers,Stephanie Mills,Aiden Enns,Craig Holdrege
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
(1st panel) Teach-In on why Technology will not save the world. 45 Scholars, Authors & Activists over two days provide an analysis on why immediate change is required in our thinking,
behavior, values and economies.

"We once Lived is contact with wild Nature, and in-close human community;connected, embedded. Handing the future to technology, innovation, industrialization, and expansionist growth, human connection is now largely with machines, manufactured projected imagery, and cyber systems, generated from far-away mega-powers. A new kind of alienation, from Nature and from self, has appeared. We are enveloped by manufactured imagery and tech processes: they immerse society and become part of each of us. Does "Nature" exist anymore? Are we happy now?"(Event program)

International Forum On Globalization -
The International Center For Technology Assessment -
NY Open Center -
The Schumacher Center For New Economics -

see for complete list
Sunday, Oct. 26
1st panel 10am-12:30pm

Langdon Winner, Rensselar Polytech Institute: Power Fantasies at the End of Modernism (0:00-20:58)
Film Excerpt(Bregtje Van der Haak): TechMan (21:07-28:21)
Douglas Rushkoff, CUNY Queens: Present Shock: Everything is Now (28:28-50:09)
Chet Bowers: Techno-Language vs. Nature (50:12-1:13:01))
Stephanie Mills: Everyday Life in the Modern World (1:13:01-1:29:07)
Aiden Enns (Canada), Geez Magazine: Life Offline (1:29:09-1:51:43)
Craig Holdrege, Nature Institute: Hyper-Real & Real/Humans in Cyber World (1:51:54-2:08:56)

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