Why Living in the Present Is a Disorder | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

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We’re living in the now, we no longer have a sense of future direction, and we have a completely new relationship to time. In this Wired Q&A between author of Present Shock Rushkoff and former editor in chief of cyberpunk magazine Mondo 2000 R.U.

Rafael Ortega‘s insight:

We’re living in the now, we no longer have a sense of future direction, and we have a completely new relationship to time. That’s the premise of Douglas Rushkoff. For me animal instinct, egolatry, physical pleasure are driving our society.

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