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Team Human

Douglas Rushkoff

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Team Human is a weekly podcast and set of resources enabling human intervention in the economic, technological, and social programs that determine how we live, work, and interact. This is media as cultural resistance and a path to social change. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Ceres | Pure Food Innovation

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Stelios (Founder & Director of Ceres | Pure Food Innovation) travels and talks to exciting people within the Food & Hospitality industry. We don't rush in this podcast, we really want to find out what makes people do what they do. Focussed on learning from Chefs, Food Producers, Growers, Hoteliers, Suppliers, Restauranteurs, Trade Associations, and whoever makes hospitality happen. Tune in if you're in the business of making hospitality happen.
 
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Mitch Tonks is a prolific and award-winning restaurateur. His restaurants include The Rockfish Grill & Seafood Market & The Seahorse in Dartmouth. Mitch has written numerous cookbooks including, The Seahorse, Fish Easy, Fish, The Aga Cookbook, The Fishmongers Cookbook and The Seafood Cafe Cookbook. To find out more about Mitch Tonks you can visit t…
 
Jamie Sergeant is a leading British digital entrepreneur, creative industries influencer and respected university lecturer. His global thinking, ability to spot and incubate raw talent, and identification of market potential have been crucial to his enterprise’s commercial expansion into major international markets. His Bournemouth-based (HQ), mult…
 
Writer, lecturer, and musician David Zweig explores how we must embrace nuance in scientific arguments in order to break away from binary thinking — and, ultimately, earn public trust. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff remembers his late accountant, Sheldon Gordon, and how we can morally blend together our economic and social lives. 🌍 Team Human is made…
 
Sarah Lock, owner of Harbourside Fish & Chips, many people don't know that Sarah is also the owner of five outlets in total and soon to be seven in the southwest. We have an excellent conversation about being a leader of people, motivating and growing teams, and working with aggregators.על ידי Ceres | Pure Food Innovation
 
Here’s a special preview of comedian Greg Barris in conversation with Doulgas Rushkoff. Rushkoff and Barris discuss Barris’ research into Immanuel Velikovsky’s theories of worlds in collision. 🎟 You can see Barris at his Deep Healing show at Union Hall in New York City on January 19, 2022. Tickets are available here. 🌍 Become a contributing support…
 
Renowned media theorist and author Douglas Rushkoff offers an in-depth take on the connection between modern-day technology and the problems caused by polarized extremism. On this episode Rushkoff discusses some of the ways our behaviors are shaped by technology and how our behaviors shape technology in return, the best practices for social media, …
 
Marcus is passionate about all things cooking outdoors, BBQ, wood-fired, campfire cooking and smoking. He is the Editor of UK BBQ magazine and all things Country Wood Smoke. Teaching many people to cook exciting food outdoors at BBQ demos and his UK BBQ School at his home in Devon, UK. He looks to flavours from all around the globe and finds the be…
 
Actor, writer, and media philosopher Ryan George helps us contend with the absurdity of our particular instance in the multiverse. 🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff ponders what Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse means for our humanity. 📰 You can read a written version of Rushkoff’s monologue on CNN. Follow Ryan George: 🎥 YouTube | 🐦 Twitter | 📸 Instagram 🌍 Tea…
 
Here's a special preview of the panel "A Batter Web is Possible: How Do We Make it Happen?" featuring Founder of Cyber Collective Tazin Khan Norelius, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council Katherine Maher, Associate Political Economist and Social Technologist at Microsoft and RadicalXChange, Divya Siddarth, and Douglas Rushkoff. Live fr…
 
Author and philosophy professor William Irvine goes in-depth on Stoicism, and why the fundamental tenets of this ancient philosophy can provide answers to some of the toughest problems in today’s society. On this episode Irvine offers a definition and some useful background on Stoicism and its origins, the original Stoics, their thoughts on failure…
 
Wilfred was born in Jamaica and raised in Birmingham; unqualified but persistent, he talked his way into television, becoming a producer/director. Responsible for introducing chefs like James Martin, Antony Worrall-Thompson, Brian Turner and Gordon Ramsay to the small screen – but he’s now known simply as The Black Farmer. After a stint in TV, Wilf…
 
Lee Sheldon is the co-founder of MMU (Mastering Multi-Units), a development consultancy focused on enhancing the capabilities of operators (especially multi-unit managers) to achieve sustained operational excellence. To learn more about MMU visit https://www.masteringmultiunits.com to download the content discussed in the episode visit https://www.…
 
Author of Blockchain Chicken Farm and creative director at Logic Magazine Xiaowei Wang helps us contend with the fact that social trust simply may not be something that can scale. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff asks why we should create solutions “at scale” if operating at scale, itself, is the problem. 📰 You can read a written version of Rushkoff’s …
 
Here’s a special preview of cyborg anthropologist Amber Case's Twitter Spaces event with Douglas Rushkoff. Originally recorded October 6, 2021. 🌍 Become a contributing supporter for as little as $2 per month. You’ll instantly gain access to: 👉 The Team Human "Team Feed" featuring conversations with Timothy Leary, Terrence McKenna, Joanna Harcourt-S…
 
What are the best strategies to get people to say “Yes” to your requests in life? Acclaimed psychologist Robert Cialdini dives deep into the seven small things that make a huge impact in influencing others, as well as the difference between being influenced and being manipulated into making decisions. What are the tactics, how do they work, and how…
 
Episode 111 is with Danilo Cortelinni, we recorded this in early August when he was on vacation in his hometown of Abruzzo in Italy. I wanted to wait before releasing this one because he had just finished as the head chef of the Italian Embassy in London and i didnt want the episode to be too confusing. You might have seen Danilo on BBC2’s MasterCh…
 
Garbage Day journalist and host of the Content Mines Podcast Ryan Broderick brings us up-to-date on the current state of meme play. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explores how the World Wide Web flattened a meta-community of digital nomads. 📰 You can read a written version of Rushkoff's monologue, Did the Homepage Kill the Internet?, on Medium. 🌍 Tea…
 
Here’s a special preview of Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Thought at the University of Denver Sarah Pessin's live salon with Douglas Rushkoff from a special Team Human Salon live from Team Human’s Discord community. Originally recorded September 3, 2021. 🌍 Become a contributing supporter for as little as $2 per month. You’ll instantly gain acc…
 
What do Steve Jobs, Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin and Jennifer Doudna all have in common? Celebrated journalist and author Walter Isaacson calls upon his years of research to explain how curiosity has always fueled creativity among history’s greatest innovators, and how each of those individuals shaped the world around them. On this episode …
 
This episode guest is the brilliant Antonia Smith of Dragonfly Coaching & Consulting. I love her approach to business. She isn’t just someone who bands about the word consultant; she still works in the hospitality industry with some high profile roles. I like to think of myself as an open-minded person, but after my conversation with Antonia, I rea…
 
New media artist, curator, writer, and creator of, Noor: A Brain Opera, the world’s first immersive interactive brain opera, Ellen Pearlman brings us where no machine can go: Into the last soft, squishy recesses of human experience still inaccessible to our robot overlords. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff reminds us about the importance of reducing ou…
 
Here’s a special preview of The Yes Men’s Andy Bichlbaum in conversation with Rushkoff explaining how he was invited to return to Newsmax as “Paul Wolfowitz” — and what happened on the air. The Yes Men’s Originally recorded September 11, 2021. Become a contributing supporter for as little as $2 per month. You’ll instantly gain access to: 👉 The Team…
 
Two-time NBA champion and 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Chris Bosh goes in-depth on the skills it takes to become a winner on the basketball court and in life. On this episode Bosh discusses the rare combination of talent and hunger, emulating others before becoming your own person, individual success vs. team success, the subjective traits…
 
Author of Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival and senior fellow-in-residence Post Carbon Institute fellow Richard Heinberg shares the simple truth that power has a lot less to do with what you’re granted or what you have than what you do. 🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff explores the opportunity we have to confront the realities of climate ch…
 
This episode guest is Christopher Moore, CEO of the Clink. Four restaurants with colleges training people in prison to become chefs or front of house staff. The Clink is an outstanding example of how scalable commercial solutions can make a difference to even the thorniest social problems. To learn more about The Clink, visit their website.…
 
In this episode, we talk to Antony Bennett from Loungers Group. Antony is the head of food responsible for Loungers & Cosy Club; we talk about the challenges he's taken on over the years with La Tasca, Loungers Group and his subsequent work-life challenge. To follow Antony Bennett, visit Instagram or his website. To learn more about Loungers, visit…
 
Founding editor of High Frontiers, Reality Hackers, and Mondo 2000, R. U. Sirius and Douglas Rushkoff discuss Mondo 2000's cultural influence, memes, and how to create a fool proof media virus. This is a special preview of a conversation recorded in 1993. Become a contributing supporter for as little as $2 per month. You’ll instantly gain access to…
 
Todd Simkin calls on experiences from his lengthy career in financial services and educating traders to help Shane understand how to make better decisions. On this episode Simkin breaks down all the influences that go into how and why we make decisions, why financial decisions are different than inter-personal ones, the strategies involved with tea…
 
In this episode, we talk to Daniel Harbo Pinheiro from PHL Seagold. PHL Seagold is a family company that offers premium white fish from Norwegian fishing vessels fresh frozen at sea. They are incredibly proud of their premium products from Leinebris – the world’s most modern longliner. To learn more about PHL Seagold, visit their website.…
 
In this episode, we talk to Conrad Brunton from Tonic Talent. Conrad is an expert in hospitality and recruitment specialist, bringing them both these fields together. He is the perfect person to talk about what's happening at the moment with staff shortages and the future of hospitality. Follow Conrad on Twitter, and for more information on Tonic T…
 
President of the National Jewish Center for Leading and Leadership, author of Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life, and seventh-generation rabbi Irwin Kula brings us through a spiritual journey in the desert — and may just show us the strength to stay there in the in-between. 🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explains his hope that blockcha…
 
It was great to talk to chef Bruce Rennie from The Shore in Penzance, Cornwall. Bruce is the sole chef in the kitchen; his philosophy is simple; he sources the best quality and freshest fish from the Newlyn market daily, emphasising sustainability and quality and supporting the local fishermen. By creating dishes focusing on local vegetables & herb…
 
Doug Conant breaks down how putting his employees first made him an internationally renowned business leader atop both the Nabisco Foods Company and the Campbell Soup Company. On this episode Doug discusses why you can’t win in the marketplace if you haven’t won in the workplace, his first 100 days as CEO of Campbell Soup, adjusting to shifting con…
 
On this Team Human special report, The Yes Men’s Andy Bichlbaum explains how he duped Newsmax into letting an imposter former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz discuss his regret for the Afghanistan War for 11 minutes! 📖 Read The YesLab’s report: “War is all we’ve got // How to invent a great conservative talking point” for a full behind-the-…
 
Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Thought at the University of Denver Sarah Pessin helps us learn to treasure the great human in-between. The living, delightfully incomplete, and always never-quite-thereness of our collective human journey. 🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff discusses how epidemiologists are stuck in a real-time feedback loop with public…
 
In this episode, I talk to chef Stuart Collins from Docket No.33; Stuart started his career with Michael Caines MBE at Gidleigh Park in Devon before working under Gordon Ramsay at his three Michelin star Hospital Road restaurant in London. Stuart was invited to set up Gordon’s New York restaurants, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and Maze before becoming …
 
Ken Hom is one of the world's leading experts on authentic Chinese and Asian cooking. He is passionate about using high-quality ingredients and highly effective cookware and accessories to help give every stir-fry great flavour and has been developing his range to meet these needs since 1986. It was an absolute pleasure chatting with Ken; he is an …
 
Author of The Web of Meaning and The Patterning Instinct, Jeremy Lent joins Douglas Rushkoff for a special Team Human Salon live from Team Human’s Discord community. Here’s a sneak preview of their conversation. Originally recorded August 6, 2021. Become a contributing supporter for as little as $2 per month. You’ll instantly gain access to: 👉 The …
 
Kat Cole discusses how the power of possible guided her from a part-time job as a hostess at a Hooters restaurant to one of the most respected business leaders in America. In this wide-ranging episode Cole discusses the dark side of gratitude and how it can keep you in place, defaulting to believing in people, leading with a heavy heart while navig…
 
In this episode, I talk to seasoned chef Martin Cahill. Martin has worked for some of the finest hotel groups across the globe, but now his new challenge is not only setting up a new restaurant but a new life in the Hebridean village of the Isle of Mull. We talk to Martin about his career but his thoughts on the future of the industry. Follow Marti…
 
Author and activist Naomi Klein engages with Rushkoff on media and society on the occasion of winning the Media Ecology Association’s Neil Postman award for career achievement in public intellectual activity. How is narrative in peril? Rushkoff and Klein explain how ecology can help provide a grand narrative. 🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff makes the c…
 
Paul Newbegin was the host of The Pass Podcast; Paul has interviewed loads of great chefs all over the UK and some abroad too. Paul has now retired up his microphone, However in this episode we discuss his experience and his current thoughts on the state of the industry. Find The Pass Podcast on your favourite podcast player. Big thank you to episo…
 
Victoria Searl from DataHawk is with marketing and data specialist with loads of experience in the hospitality industry. We thought we would chat about the importance and how it can help hospitality and retail businesses. Want to follow Victoria Searl on Linkedin or to find out more visit the DataHawk website. This episode was brought to you by Cer…
 
Cofounder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, lyricist for the Grateful Dead, and psychedelic hero John Perry Barlow (1947-2018) and Rushkoff discuss the the War on Drugs and the widespread fear of computers in a conversation recorded circa 1992. Here, Barlow introduces Rushkoff to the phrase “cultural immune response,” which later served as ins…
 
Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt looks back on his two decades with the company and the strategies he used to lead during three separate crises. In this episode Immelt discusses what happened during those events and why, what it was like to take over for GM icon Jack Welch, getting the information you need to make decisions, activist investo…
 
In this episode, Stelios talks to the food futurist Tony Hunter. Tony Hunter is a Global Speaker, Futurist and consultant specialising in the Future of Food. He provides Global Speaking services, Strategic foresight advice, Innovation Strategies, and Director and Advisory services. It was so good to chat about plant-based meats, cell-based meats, a…
 
Author of The Patterning Instinct and The Web of Meaning, Jeremy Lent helps us see through to the meaning that informs our science so that it can be used to embrace the paradox of our existence, rather than reducing it down to a form suitable only for exploitation. In his monologue, Rushkoff explores how well-natured attempts to improve language wi…
 
Ben Tish is the Culinary Director of Norma Restaurant on Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia and The Stafford London, in the heart of St James. Norma has received critical acclaim from leading UK food critics, including Fay Maschler, Jay Rayner, Giles Coren, Tom Parker Bowles, and Grace Dent. Ben is also an accomplished, award-winning food writer with five…
 
Here’s a sneak preview of this week’s Team Human Patreon-exclusive bonus content: Rushkoff, information artist and bio-hacker Heather Dewey-Hagborg, and visiting Assistant Professor of Practice of Interactive Media Joerg Blumtritt participate in ‘An Oral History of the Internet’. Rushkoff shares his early experience of the internet how the internet…
 
Celebrated restaurateur Danny Meyer discusses the intersection between hospitality and humanity, and why we’re all invested in the hospitality business. In this episode we define hospitality and how to deliver it the right way, how to scale a feeling, whether Meyer is a bricklayer or a mason, hiring great people, why restaurants that survive more t…
 
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