Graphic Novel as Sigil

The reviewer at Media Underground pegged it. From his critique: The minimalism that is present in Club Zero G makes the pace of the book exceptionally fast. The images are simple yet bold with a richness in colour that seems extremely striking to the eye. The dialogue is sparse yet to the point and it […]   read more »

What’s Wrong with Voting Against George Bush?

The right-wing pundits on the Sunday morning news shows this week seem to think that the best critique of John Kerry and of the Democratic Convention, voters, and ticket in general is the notion that most of the party’s supporters are still just voting “against George Bush.” The idea, here, is that voting against something […]   read more »


Science told us it couldn’t happen, but guess what: a future Rushkoff is making her way to this dimension.   read more »

Anti-Drugs Vaccines For Kids?

Just got passed this one from the Center for Cognitive Liberties and Ethics. Frightening? In brief, yesterday The Independent issued a story: “Children to get jabs against drug addiction”:, among other things: “A radical scheme to vaccinate children against future drug addiction is being considered by ministers, The Independent on Sunday can reveal.” “Under […]   read more »

Omega in alpha

I’m doing a workshop of some kind at the Omega Institute in a few weeks, along with Howard Bloom, Paul Laffoley, Richard Metzger, and Grant Morrison, all under the general Disinformation umbrella. The description on the Omega site explains that the weekend “offers us a rare chance to interact with a disparate, yet thematically cohesive […]   read more »

Two New Interviews

Two great new interviews with me have gone up in the last week. I think they both cover some new ground. “…I do believe that those who can see – those who are willing to see what’s going on in this world, and feel obligated to do something about it – they are outcasts. […]   read more »

New York Appearance

I’m doing a single event to promote the launch of my new graphic novel, Club Zero-G, at Barnes & Noble on 8th Street and 6th Ave, NYC, Thursday July 15 at 7:30pm. Please come if you’d enjoy such an event. I’ll probably talk a bit about the ideas behind the comic – and maybe try […]   read more »

Bad Grammar Reveals Crooks

Like most of you, I receive many fake emails from people spoofing Ebay and Paypal, asking for account information, passwords, credit card numbers, and more. Their art, complete with site logos and characteristic fonts, is quite good – good enough to fool many users. And so is their url spoofing, which usually has or […]   read more »


I’ve been doing lots of interviews, lately. Two or three per day, mostly by email. And about all sorts of different things. Here’s an excerpt from one that just got posted, about Club Zero-G, at Newsrama. How did Rushkoff return to comics, like so many lapsed readers before him? “A friend from San Francisco told […]   read more »

It’s not the music

I’ve been on the road – playing keyboards with PsychicTV and shooting additional interviews for my Frontline documentary. We played two gigs this weekend, one in DC and the other in Pittsburgh. Nothing against DC whatsoever, but the gigs were like night and day. Surprisingly, though DC was a super-professional venue called the 9:30 Club, […]   read more »