Literary/Aesthetic Cliché-Probes

On America’s Bicentennial, July 4 ’76, I was standing on the top floor of one of the towers of New York City’s World Trade Center viewing the Tall Ships’ Armada sailing up the Hudson River. Over the loudspeaker broadcasting the ebullient ceremonies I heard the interviewer addressMarshall McLuhan with a question about his thoughts on the future of America as it entered its third centennial.

with a question about his thoughts on the future of America as it entered its third centennial.

With no hesitation McLuhan answered:

“In one word, apocalypse.”

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2005-7-27 New York, NY, U.S.A.

Bob writes “Cloning ESP” and “Literary/Aesthetic Clich?-Probes in the American Classroom-Without-Walls”

2004-10-25 New York, NY, U.S.A.

Bob writes “McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia”

1996-6-1 New York, NY, U.S.A.

Bob writes “Silencing the Virtually Solar Theatre” which is later published in Flipside Magazine #103 – Aug/Sept ’96

1996-2-2 New York, NY, U.S.A.

Bob writes “Up The Orphic Anti” which is later published in Flipside Magazine #102 – June/July ’96

1992-1-22 N/A, Costa Rica

Bob writes “Entertainment Sucks” later published in Flipside Magazine #96 – JUNE/JULY ’95 HTML

1990-6-4 Toronto, ON, Canada

Bob writes his third of three published Memos to Prince Charles HTML

1987-6-4 Toronto, ON, Canada

Bob writes his second of three published Memos to Prince Charles HTML

1986-2-2 Toronto, ON, Canada

Bob writes his first of three published Memos to Prince Charles, later published in 2 parts