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They never saw the importance of the enjoyment and fun in his work and because they never took his metaphoric method seriously, they were unable to apprehend that his style was the result of a careful deliberation, and that he was nothing if not serious.
I remember going with him once to visit Buckminster Fuller at his World Resources Inventory office above a women's beauty salon in Carbondale, Illinois, and our retreating around the corner to a Dunkin' Donut shop with Fuller's colleague, the late John McHale. McLuhan told us a joke about a bartender's false eye dropping, unnoticed, into the cocktail of a customer.
Later he became constipated and went to a proctologist who, upon examining him, eyeball to eyeball, said: "What's the matter, don't you trust me? His own awareness of the pressures which the new media were placing on language did not mean that he failed to note that "language was the first mass medium. He was ironically aware that his own message was given great resonance and amplification on broadcast television through "talk shows" in which everyone had access only to listening.
When he appeared at Rice University in , he gave a lecture which few were attentive enough to understand. He was consciously developing a new kind of lecture performance in which the audience would overhear him talking to and with himself. He called slang "language on the hoof" and wrote: "Slang is based not on theories but on immediate experience. Thomas and the University of Houston in that city, and it was found that the only time they could all arrange their schedules to meet was at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning.
The course was playfully referred to as "10 o'clock Mass Culture,' and then "10 o'clock Mascom" on the analogy to the title of John McHale's review of "The Gutenberg Galaxy" which was entitled "The Man from Mascom" Progressive Architecture, , and finally, by a student who had the kind of perception, earthiness, honesty and comic sense that McLuhan himself would have appreciated "10 o'clock come.
In another interview, he said: "My books are not packages, but part of a dialogue, part of a conversation. My interest was in the rhetorical strategies of late medieval prose and Nashe was an early Renaissance prose writer. McLuhan's treatment was linear and sequential and clear, just what his later critics would have admired.
In the same way, my reading of a straightforward and diagram-laden "Report on Project in Understanding New Media" prepared me for the jazz version best-seller, "Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man," which was not released until The style of these later books, in each case, was conversational and dialogic, and they were calculated to be experienced heuristically, that is, to engender as many insights by the reader as by the writer.
Critic after critic made the standard observation that the difficulty with McLuhan was that he was trying to use an old medium print to explain about new ones movies, television , but exactly the opposite was true. He had retreated to a deliberate mimesis of the oral form language which was centered on memory in order to talk about the new recorded forms print, film, etc. Martin Williams' comment on phonograph records in "The Jazz Tradition" is apposite to an understanding of McLuhan's books: "Thus phonograph records are in a sense a contradiction of the meaning of music.
That is, they tend to make permanent and absolute, music that is created for the moment. On the other hand, records attest that what is made up for the moment can survive the moment aesthetically. He wanted to release us from the ad world, to switch from Calvert, as it were, and he offered us a stylistic highball without eyeball so potent that anyone taking a drink had to run the risk of drowning.
He was not the oracle of Madison Avenue but a magician of media who, like Shakespeare's Prospero, was willing to say "I'll drown my book," once he had saved us from shipwreck and worked his "end upon our senses.
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That is, several figures occupy one space or one figure plays several roles in a single space. The Story Begins Let all his faults sleep with his mournful chest, And there for ever with his ashes rest.
His style was witty, though it had some gall, Some things he might have mended, so may all. Yet this I say, that for a mother wit, Few men have ever seen the like of it. Un Kindle McLu "The urgent effort of the poets to gain a hearing for their intuitions is always lost on the public. Thomas Nashe : Menippean Prose Poet "What can't be coded can be decorded if an ear aye sieze what no eye ere grieved for. Neologisms, portmanteau words, macaronics, preciosity, coarse vulgarity, catalogues, bombast, mixed languages, and protracted sentences were typical of the genre, sometimes appearing all together in the same work.
In outward structure, Menippean satire was a medley — usually a medley of alternative prose and verse, sometimes a jumble of flagrantly digressive narrative, or again a potpourri of tales, songs, dialogues, orations, letters, lists, and other brief forms, mixed together.
Menippean topical elements included outlandish fictions i. It was designed deliberately to provoke the reader, to jar the sensibilities into a form of awareness that better complemented the subject-matter. This is a poetic technique … of a high sort — satirizing the reader directly as a means of training him.
Ich bin ein Winnipigeon! The literati find the new electronic environment far more threatening than do those less committed to literacy as a way of life. When an individual or social group feels that its whole identity is jeopardized by social or psychic change, its natural reaction is to lash out in defensive fury.
But for all their lamentations, the revolution has already taken place. Electronics as E. Extra sensory perception is normal perception. Today electronics are extra sensory, Gallup polls and motivation research are also. Therefore, people get all steamed up about E.
It is already past and present. And, by the way, the Courtly Love people were engaged in making love itself into an art form. The artist is engaged typically in creating situations and images that will vivify or revivify the ordinary scene. The ordinary scene tends to dull and numb the sensibilities. If you think of art as primarily concerned with perception and awareness, you can easily see why, when ordinary routinized forms tend to numb awareness, the role of art is to keep faculties alert.
Junkyard and Museum Recipe : Mix aesthetics, rhetoric, paradox, mimesis, and parody Blend well. He that knoweth he has an enemy will look circumspectly about him to all matters, ordering his life and behavior in better sort. Communication is a miracle The works of Edgar Allan Poe, which Baudelaire admired greatly and translated into French, were a significant influence and the source of many stock tropes and images.
During the s, the aesthetic was articulated by a series of manifestoes and attracted a generation of writers. My canvasses are surrealist At a second stage, Quentin added his own materials and touches, both visual and verbal, in the process of roughing out page layout sequences which were then worked over with Jerry.
These were then submitted to McLuhan, who, naturally, had the right of final approval. That list became the head[ing]s in the book. Jerry started the list; Dad added to it and revised it and so on. Dad then took the list and wrote a small essay under each heading. I was present at several meetings between the three of them. Those meetings always went smoothly and amiably. Quentin was quite professional about his work, not the emotional artiste; so he was easy to work with.
Jerry, too, was full of suggestions. Consequently, meetings tended to become lively idea sessions, until Jerry broke in with an item of business. McLuhan on Innis's premature death : "a disastrous loss for human understanding.
You never step in the same river twice The perrenial quest for involvement, fill-in, takes many forms. You give your disciples not truth but only the semblance of truth; they will be heroes of many things, and will have learned nothing; they will appear to be omniscient and will generally know nothing.
The first spoken word LP you can dance to After publishing Mechanical Bride, McLuhan's lifelong project was one of finding new ways to observe interpersonal and intra-societal dynamics that are non-obvious and therefore, not readily observed. In other words, McLuhan sought methods that would allow him to reveal the hidden ground, or context of human interactions, despite the distraction of the figure — that which we obviously notice, and to which we pay attention.
We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence They toil incessantly and for free! Teems of times and happy returns. The seim anew Ordovico or viricordo. Anna was, Livia is, Plurabelle's to be. But an insight is a sudden awareness of a complex process of interaction.
An insight is a contact with the life of forms. Students of computer programming have had to learn how to approach all knowledge structurally. In order to transfer any kind of knowledge to tapes it is necessary to understand the form of that knowledge.
This has led to the discovery of the basic difference between classified knowledge and pattern recognition. It is a helpful distinction to keep in mind when reading Innis since he is above all a recognizer of patterns. It is the natural form of conversation or dialogue rather than of written discourse.
In writing, the tendency is to isolate an aspect of some matter and to direct steady attention upon that aspect. In dialogue, there is an equally natural interplay of multiple aspects of any matter. Exploring the different ways in which Space and Time are perceived One of Innis's favourite maxims : "the more the technology of communication improves, the more difficult human communication becomes.
The Pun as " nervous tic " : Too much feedforward makes me dizzy Les Yeux De Nadja [unpublished] " I have no theories whatever about anything. I make observations by way of discovering contours, lines of force and pressures.
I satirize at all times and my hyperboles are as nothing compared to the events to which they refer. If you study symbolism you will discover that it is a technique of rip-off by which figures are deliberately deprived of their ground. You do not seem to have grasped that the message as it relates to the medium, is never the content, but the corporate effects of the medium as an environment of service and disservice Associate editor Marshall McLuhan and others. Suzuki, W.
Rodgers, E. Lerner, D. Riesman, J. Tyrwhitt, D. Williams, Kenneth Boulding, W. Easterbrook, Jean Piaget, and Harcourt Brown. We envisage a series that will cut across the humanities and social sciences by treating them as a continuum. We believe anthropology and communication are approaches, not bodies of data, and that within each the four winds of humanities, the physical, the biological and the social sciences intermingle to form a science of man.
Contributions by H. Williams, I. Potekin, M. Lewin, H. Innis, W. Wallace, G. Trager, and E. Irving Hallowell. It is the total individual cultures of the world, linguistically and politically, that have become the mammals, according to the old classifications of evolutionary hypothesis.
It is the cultural habitat in which we have long been accustomed to think that people were contained that has become the mammal itself, now contained in a new macrocosm or 'connubium' of a super-terrestrial kind.
Our technologies or self- amputations, and the environments or habitats which they create, must become that matrix of that macrocosm connubial bliss derided by the evolutionist.
FC2A : New means create new ends as new services create new discomforts " Paradox is the posture of the mind when like a boxer balanced on two feet, it is feinting for an opening.
Is that all? The Man-Made Object " I should prefer to de-fuse this gigantic human bomb by starting a dialogue somewhere on the side-lines to distract the trigger-men, or to needle the somnambulists.
Rejected MoM Header ' on theme but lacking the patina of legitimacy '. Objects may appear closer than they are " Marching backwards into the future! The reader is the content of any poem or of the language he employs, and in order to use any of these forms, he must put them on.
The process of putting these on involves the reader in an imaginative exploration by which he discovers the possible extent and limitations of a medium. To the specialist or visual man, this put-on or play that is inherent in every moment of consciousness appears unreal, a sham.
It is very easy for the Pirandellos or Genets to startle the literal-minded visual man with the evidence that his life is necessarily faking and making. West goes East as East goes West. While ya have the night for morn He will take off in all directions at once, proving that since the disappearance of seams from nylons there is no value in lineality.
The disappearance of the line in hosiery he will make to appear to be related to the disappearance of the chorus line, the receiving line, the stag line, and the party-line. He may point to the dread omen that no child would roll the hula hoop. He will probably suggest that skin-diving and TV-viewing are the same thing. That the teaching machines perfect the procedure of archetypal criticism. That the wrap-around space of the small car and the wrap-around audience of the new platform stage are not only the same form, but that North America is undergoing a massive Bauhaus program of haptic innovation which causes the leering teenager to spring up where before had grown the docile adolescent.
Experiment endlessly, and remain humble. We're Toast! The usb 2. Bread not included. And this 'new knowledge' will stockpile exponentially. Heavens Above Previously unknown McLuhan article from University of Manitoba Arts Journal extolling the virtues of Winnipeg's 'Turner-esque' skies, awesome prairie cloud patterns and inspiring sunsets. Click image to read the article. Hard to follow and 'put your finger on' McLuhan on Lewis : "environment as programmed teaching machine".
It is the ' McLuhan Admirer's ' excuse for a lack of perception They eagerly buy the Emperor's Old Clothes It is the ' putting on ' of the genteel audience as a mask or net by which to capture ambient snob appeal.
I write cartoons I have wanted to write a play, for a long time, on the media. And the media themselves are the avant-garde area of our society. Avant-garde no longer exists in painting and music and poetry, it's in the media themselves.
Not in the programs. Avant-garde is not in hockey, not in baseball or any of these entertainments. It's in the media themselves. No starch on the collar please ROOM His hands reached east and west and had a hundred dragon heads on each.
He was feared even by the mighty gods. His bottom half was gigantic viper coils that could reach the top of his head when stretched out and made a hissing noise. His whole body was covered in wings, and venom oozed as fire flashed from his eyes. Flower of Evil : " Oblivion is a healthy solution Their satire presents important questions by fooling around. They ask difficult questions, and say things others are too afraid to say. By reading between the lines, the audience is able to think about things not usually thought about, or to look at things in a different way.
But one clings still. To remind me. So soft this morning, ours. Carry me along, taddy, like you done through the toy fair! Ads push the principle of noise all the way to the plateau of persuasion.
They are quite in accord with the procedures of brain-washing. This depth principle of onslaught on the unconscious may be the reason why.
I didn't realize it was something that remained to be done And I think we're going further in every minute. He : " Its simultaneous and everywhereatonce Gladstone School Kindergarten to Grade 6. Kelvin Clipper High School Yearbook Winnipigeon : U of Manitoba Grad Cambridge Bound Portrait of the artist as a young whippersnapper Double Whammy : was a pivotal year Born in Edmonton Few understand Herman Hesse. Only a handful understood Albert Einstein.
And nobody understood Marcel Duchamp. Wake Outlex : Plug into the Wake! CLICK TO ENGAGE Tetrad on Electric Language : A Increase speed of communication to virtual instantaneity, compress the sequent into the simultaneous, and create the new information environment; B Erode visual and logically connected order; C Retrieve audile-tactile dialogue, and revive tribal involvement and the occult; D Reverse the order of transmission as the "etherealized" sender gets sent: you are there,and they are here instantly as discarnate minds.
I just thought you should know that your roof is on fire! Cynic Satire vs Carnivalesque Satire : " As the unity of the modern world becomes increasingly a technological affair, "the techniques" of the arts provide the most valuable means of insight into the real direction of our own collective purposes. Selected Poetry Holt, Rinehart and Winston Whatever else McLuhan was up to in his sometimes exasperating and often enigmatic writings, he developed a theory of communication which he considered to be "applied Joyce," in the same sense that he had analyzed Joyce as developing an aesthetic which was "applied Aquinas.
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