I’m about to hole up to write another book and spend more time with family. But before I do, I thought it might be nice to punctuate the last few years of writing and thinking with one last and big event in New York City.
The Center for Communications – Cencom – has come forward to sponsorAn Evening with Douglas Rushkoff, a part-talk and part-interview with me conducted by Newsweek’s Jeremy McCarter. We’ll focus on Program or Be Programmed and Life Inc, the promise and perils of technology, the way markets and networks interact, and whether society as we know it is capable of negotiating the terrain ahead.
This event is FREE, but you are supposed to register to reserve a seat. I can’t imagine selling out an entire former movie theater, but if a few college teachers assign the event for their students, it could fill up pretty fast.
So please come. It’s early in the evening, so I’ll do my best to stay around afterwards for some signing and celebrating.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm
NYIT Auditorium on Broadway
1871 Broadway (61st and 62nd St.)