The Tim Ferriss Show: Interview of Kevin Kelly, Co-Founder of WIRED, Polymath, Most Interesting Man In The World? (Part 1)

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  1. Kevin Kelly – AI, Virtual Reality, and The Inevitable | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    "If somebody else can do it, I am not going to do it." - Kevin Kelly Kevin Kelly (@kevin2kelly) is back again and, as I’ve said before, he might be the real-life "Most Interesting Man In The World." Kevin is Senior Maverick at Wired Magazine, which he co-founded in 1993.

    http://fourhourworkweek.com/2016/06/05/kevin-kelly-ai-virtual-reality-and-the-inevitable/

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  2. Kevin Kelly on The Inevitable, 60s Counterculture, and How to Read Better | @castig

    Subscribe on iTunes Buy The Inevitable on Amazon This week I was lucky enough to interview one of my favorite people: Kevin Kelly. Tim Ferriss refers

    http://castig.org/kevin-kelly-on-the-inevitable-60s-counterculture-and-how-to-read-better/

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  3. Episode 29: Kevin Kelly

    Kevin Kelly is perhaps most known for being a founding team member of Wired Magazine and for starting the Long now Foundation, which aims to solve problems in a ten thousand year time frame. More than a few people refer to Kevin Kelly as the most interesting person in the world.

    In this podcast we talk about what happens then robots take our jobs, how success to Kevin means doing things that only you can uiquely do, How Kevin didn’t have his first job till he was 35, and his first drug experience at 50, and a ton of other things.

    Check out his graphic novel, the Silver Cord, here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Silver-Cord-Kevin-Kelly/dp/1940689015

    Edited by Alex Kontis Feedback to @eriktorenberg

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  4. Kevin Kelly on the Future of the Web and Everything Else

    March 26 2007 - Author Kevin Kelly talks about the role of technology in our lives, the future of the web, how to time travel, the wisdom of the hive, the economics of reputation, the convergence of the biological and the mechanical, and his impact on the movies The Matrix and Minority Report.

    —Huffduffed by Indyplanets