Chris Hayes talks Culture War Politics, Republicans and the Trump Effect | Offline Podcast

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Chris Hayes, host of MSNBC’s All in with Chris Hayes, sits down with Jon to talk about the ways the internet has reshaped what we can hear online, creating an era of mass fame. Pulling from his New Yorker essay “On the Internet, We’re Always Famous,” Chris explains his distinction between attention and recognition and makes the case that this new era isn’t just bad for our society, it’s bad for our souls.

00:00 – Intro
01:12 – The era of mass fame
19:59 – Ad break
24:07 – Recognition vs attention
50:30 – 2nd Ad break
53:52 – how the internet changes the way we interact

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