Hey all, this is the show that was mentioned in class today. If you’re diggin the episodic and tech related investigations that Global Frequency is examining, I think you will really enjoy this show. It is a bit techno-phobic, but it is entirely intentional in order to make the viewer examine both the future and present of the technological wave we are riding, and possibly reevalute some preconceived notions that we bring to technology, particularly, for me at least, the tendency to view progress as all good and ignore that facets that are disconcerting or upsetting. The show recently was put up on Netflix, but you can find it a lot of places.
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