Tag Archives: Noam Chomsky

June 09

Is the man who is tall happy – Michel Gondry animates Noam Chomsky. (SFF Film Review)

Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy? is showing at the Sydney Film Festival You can grab your tickets here. Sycophantism seems to be at the base of Michel Gondry’s examination of Noam Chomsky, one of the most famous contemporary intellectuals of our current age in his film Is the Man who is Tall Happy? […]

Why Chomsky is right about Twitter.

An Article in Salon today (you can access it here) suggested Noam Chomsky is wrong about Twitter. I wasn’t au fait with Chomsky’s complaints, observations or otherwise about Twitter. Generally I am a Chomsky fan, but he can lean too much away from Continentalism for me to take him at that Guru status, which probably […]