It's my last episode hosting Third Eye Weekly, and it's been one long, strange, and beautiful trip. To highlight this, I've culled together a "best-of" compilation of my favorite interviews from over the years, including Malcolm Gladwell, Jonathon Keats, and Neil Harbisson.
We're joined by special guest Brian Primack. He's director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health at the University of Pittsburgh. Recently, he was the co-author of a study revealing that social media use can lead to feelings of increased social isolation.
We're joined by special guest Alexandra Stein, a writer and educator specializing in the social psychology of ideological extremism and other dangerous social relationships. She recently published her second book, "Terror, Love and Brainwashing: Attachment in Cults and Totalitarian Systems," and she’ll be joining us to talk about it.
We're joined by special guest George Lucas, an internationally respected ethicist who recently published “Ethics and Cyber Warfare: The Quest for Responsible Security in the Age of Digital Warfare,” which delves into the often confounding realm of cyber conflict.
Kazu Makino, best known as the lead singer of indie rock legends Blonde Redhead, recently released her debut solo record. In this intimate session, Kazu joins us along with Darian Thomas for a selection of stripped-down performances from the dreamy album. | watch
Lisel is the solo project of LA-based experimental musician Eliza Bagg (fans of Pavo Pavo may be familiar with her from her time spent in that band). With an eclectic musical background spanning the… | watch