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Coast to Coast AM for May 12, 2013. Present Shock

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Show description:
Host: Ian Punnett

Douglas Rushkoff
 has been an authority on the intersection of technology and culture since before the word "google" was anything more than baby talk. He joined Ian Punnett
to discuss what he calls "present shock," the idea that we have a completely new relationship to time; we live in an always-on "now," where the priorities of this moment seem to be everything. For many, their constant devotion to electronic devices and social networks has become the new now, as they chase the moment they offer, and "forget that we human beings are the ones in real time, and these devices are chasing us," he said. But this digital chaos we find ourselves in today is really just the latest incarnation of an ancient battle between Kronos (clock time) and Kairos (personal time), Rushkoff observed.

All the data on our screens can end up disempowering us, he commented. "When we're chasing those tweets, we're really just falling prey to many different corporations who have very different designs on our data than we might. We're living a life where everything we do can be traced, where it can be understood by Big Data analysis, and then predicted or even guided to more commercial ends," Rushkoff lamented. He also addressed "digiphrenia," a term he used to describe how with digital technology people have multiple 'incarnations' that exist simultaneously, such as withTwitter, and email, and they can lose track of who they are. "There's this sense with digital technology that all time is somehow generic, that every moment is like every other... and that makes us incoherent, especially because our bodies are living in a biological place," he argued. 

Our bodies are more like an analog clock than a digital one. Digital time is just a number, and is not the way the body moves through time-- that's why people end up so disjointed, he continued. Rushkoff did cite some cultural advantages to "present shock," such as mash-ups in which, for instance, two songs from different eras might be mixed together. "Instead of getting the same time from multiple places, you end up really getting the same place in different times," he remarked. 

Jordan Codices Update

First hour guest, professor, author and researcher, 
Ken Hanson,
shared an update on the purported ancient metal tablets known as the  Jordan Codices.
The authenticity of the find has been questioned by many experts in the field, including Hanson, who pointed out that the hodgepodge of repeated 'Paleo-Hebrew' letters stamped into the tablets seem to make little sense. Dr. Margaret Barker, a respected biblical scholar, recently published an article (
PDF file)
in which she acknowledges that while part of the find is likely fraudulent, other elements of the Codices may indeed be authentic relics dating back to the first century AD. 

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