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Kevin Kelly
Senior Maverick at Wired, author of bestseller book, The Inevitable. Also Cool Tool maven, Recomendo chief, Asia-holic, and True Film buff.
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Kevin Kelly 2h
Replying to @BorMag
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Kevin Kelly 14h
Replying to @chrismichel @longnow
I'll take the compliment. Thanks.
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Kevin Kelly 14h
Tracking 100% of the path of the ball and players in baseball yields new insights and will shift the game over time.
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Pilgrims returning from the source of the Ganges in the Indian Himalayas. Not dressed for the ice and snow of high altitudes, the pilgrims hurry back down in their saris. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 24
I went to the gas station today to fill my car for the first time since March(!). New normal.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 24
Open, please. An old gate in the city of Hanoi, Vietnam. Once closed at night, it is now open all the time, and just wide enough for the ubiquitous motorcycle. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 23
How to get tanks across a river.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 23
Pilgrims in Tibet, wearing their holiday best, line up to visit a temple’s inner sanctuary in a white-washed town. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 22
Replying to @theChrisDo @Adobe
Hey, thanks!
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"If you’re not making mistakes and having failures, you’re not going forward " via
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Kevin Kelly Oct 22
Monks from the countryside visit the only surviving shrine in the spiritual capital of Mongolia, the abandoned city of Karakorum. The home of Ogedei, the successor to Ghenghis Khan, it once boasted 62 temples. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 21
I made another one. A video of me talking about the Future of Fabrication.
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Stewart Brand Oct 21
What makes really long-lived institutions live so long? What are the dynamics of abiding health, of anything? Here's what the Long Now Foundation has learned so far. By executive director Alexander Rose :
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Kevin Kelly Oct 21
Pots and clay ovens are crafted by hand in Afghanistan. The circular tandori-style ovens are fired with wood inserted from the bottom hole, and then bread dough is inserted from the top hole and stuck to the inside walls to bake. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 20
Replying to @hrheingold
The ones we need will take a one-way trip to the scanner.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 20
Replying to @kevin2kelly
I'll go with the most complete set I can find and then post vacancies from there.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 20
Replying to @blm849
That's a good idea.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 20
I am looking for a set of old Whole Earth Catalogs and/or CQ/WERs to scan and make available to the public digitally. If you have a set you want to get rid of, I'll take them.
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Kevin Kelly Oct 20
The ancient city of Varanasi along the Ganges River in India is one of the oldest inhabited cities on the planet. For millennia, pilgrims have come for the temples, inns, ashrams, crematoriums, and bathing steps built along the river. Photo from my book
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Kevin Kelly Oct 19
Archive of my images of a vanishing Asia.
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