Pop Culture Guru Believes Social Media Creates Local Movements Not Global Ones [Social Media Week]
Best-selling author Douglas Rushkoff, shares his thoughts about how Facebook and Twitter spark local movements rather than large-scale ones -- in the kick off to our Social Media Week coverage.
In preparation for PSFK‘s upcoming presentation on The Future of Gaming at Social Media Week (SMW), we will be interviewing a number of keynote speakers and panelists presenting at SMW who will be discussing the global impact of social media and its role as a catalyst in driving cultural, economic, political and social change in developed and emerging markets. Douglas Rushkoff is the author of ten best-selling books and three award-winning Frontline documentaries on new media and popular culture. His commentaries have aired on CBS Sunday Morning and NPR’s All Things Considered, and have appeared in Time magazine and The New York Times. Douglas lectures about media, art, society, and change at conferences and universities around the world.
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