Kevin Kelly: John Markoff on The Next Wave

The Next Wave A Conversation With John Markoff [7.16.15] EXTRACT What worries me about the future of Silicon Valley, is that one-dimensionality, that it’s not a Renaissance culture, it’s an engineering culture. It’s an engineering culture that believes that it’s revolutionary, but it’s actually not that revolutionary. The Valley has, for a long time, mined …

Stewart Brand: Kevin Kelly on Holos Rising

When Kevin Kelly looked up the definition of ?superorganism? on Wikipedia, he found this: ?A collection of agents which can act in concert to produce phenomena governed by the collective.? The source cited was Kevin Kelly, in his 01994 book, Out of Control. His 02014 perspective is that humanity has come to dwell in a …

Worth a Look: Kevin Kelly on Cool Tools

Cool Tools is a highly curated selection of the best tools available for individuals and small groups. Tools include hand tools, maps, how-to books, vehicles, software, specialized devices, gizmos, websites — and anything useful. Tools are selected and presented in the book if they are the best of kind, the cheapest, or the only thing …

Kevin Kelly: How Far will Surveillance & Sharing Go?

A conversation with Kevin Kelly You have a choice dear reader: spend 3 seconds scanning this blogpost, or spend the full 1:11:28 minutes listening to the interview John Brockman did with technology philosopher and founding editor of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly. The interview touches upon the nature of technology, big data, surveillance society, money as …

Who’s Who in Cultural Intelligence: Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly has been a participant of, and reporter on, the information technology revolution for the past 20 years. Based in his studio in Pacifica, California, he immerses himself in the long-term trends of technology, tools, new media, and cultural behavior. He writes about the ripple effects and social consequences surrounding the culture of technology. …