Team Human ep. 193: Ryan Broderick

Garbage Day journalist and host of the Content Mines Podcast Ryan Broderick brings us up to date on the current state of meme play. ✨ You can view Broderick’s talk, The Internet is Magic, from The Meme in the Moment Festival, on YouTube. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explores how the World Wide Web flattened […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 192: Ellen Pearlman

New media artist, curator, writer, and creator of, Noor: A Brain Opera, the world’s first immersive interactive brain opera, Ellen Pearlman brings us where no machine can go: Into the last soft, squishy recesses of human experience still inaccessible to our robot overlords. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff reminds us about the importance of reducing […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 191: Richard Heinberg

Author of Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival and senior fellow-in-residence Post Carbon Institute fellow Richard Heinberg shares the simple truth that power has a lot less to do with what you’re granted or what you have than what you do. 🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff explores the opportunity we have to confront the realities […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 190: Irwin Kula

President of the National Jewish Center for Leading and Leadership, author of Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life, and seventh-generation rabbi Irwin Kula brings us through a spiritual journey in the desert — and may just show us the strength to stay there in the in-between. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explains his hope […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 189: Sarah Pessin

Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Thought at the University of Denver Sarah Pessin helps us learn to treasure the great human in-between. The living, delightfully incomplete, and always never-quite-thereness of our collective human journey. You can listen to Team Human here.   read more »

Team Human ep. 188: Naomi Klein

Author and activist Naomi Klein engages with Rushkoff about life in the technopoly, and how the inequality of the digital age must be met with a structural critique of capitalism. You can listen to Team Human here.   read more »

Team Human ep. 187: Jeremy Lent

Author of The Patterning Instinct and The Web of Meaning, Jeremy Lent helps us see through to the meaning that informs our science so that it can be used to embrace the paradox of our existence, rather than reducing it down to a form suitable only for exploitation. In his monologue, Rushkoff explores how well-natured […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 185: Duncan Trussell

Comedian, composer, contemporary buddhist, and host of the Duncan Trussell Family Hour Duncan Trussell and Rushkoff travel far and wide through spirituality and synchronicity to help us discover what it means to be truly human, together. Is the hope that life — and conversations, themselves — continue after death? How can humans grapple with the […]   read more »