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Twitter Link Roundup #359 – Terrific Reads for Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

How many tabs do you have open in your browser right now? If you had to stop and count, it’s probably too many. An overcrowded browser is like a cluttered home. It is overwhelming and excessive, and it provokes a genuine stress response. If you suffer from spending precious mental energy searching through all 42 tabs in your browser to find the one you need, consider looking into some tools to help you regain that lost time and attention. Medium recommends several good ones to try out. You may ...
Tags: Startups, Twitter, Design, Leadership, Small Business, Inspiration, Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneur, Munchery, Holland, Logo, Ross, Branding, Etsy Shop, Kevin Kelly


The "Dutch Reach" car-door opening technique prevents injury to cyclists

One of my fears is opening my car door just as a cyclist is coming by, causing a dangerous collision. I always look before I open, but I'm going to start opening the door with a "Dutch Reach" as an added precaution. It's simple to do: open the door with your right hand, which forces you to look over your shoulder and look for oncoming bikes. [via Kevin Kelly]
Tags: Video, News, Safety, Kevin Kelly


How to read fiction to build a startup

“The book itself is a curious artefact, not showy in its technology but complex and extremely efficient: a really neat little device, compact, often very pleasant to look at and handle, that can last decades, even centuries. It doesn’t have to be plugged in, activated, or performed by a machine; all it needs is light, a human eye, and a human mind. It is not one of a kind, and it is not ephemeral. It lasts. It is reliable. If a book told you something when you were 15, it will tell it to you aga...
Tags: Startups, TC, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Books, Youtube, Fiction, Book Review, Tech, Beijing, Bill Gates, Brad Feld, Silicon Valley, South Pacific, Susan Wojcicki, Jeff Bezos


The definitive Patreon reading guide

At nearly six years old, Patreon has gone from startup to king of membership. Now an established leader in an industry that’s been flipped on its head, Patreon’s path has been anything but predictable — peppered with its share of milestones, mishaps, pivots, champions, and critics — and offers invaluable insights for founders, investors, creatives, or those looking to make sense of the new media landscape. Since we’ve probably read almost every word written on Patreon as part for our “unde...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Instagram, Tech, Ceo, Web Browsers, Php, Ben Thompson, David Marcus, Editor, Musicians, Sam Altman, Alexis Ohanian, EC, Jack Conte, Thrive Capital


New Recomendo - six tips of things I like

I write a weekly newsletter with Kevin Kelly and Claudia Dawson called Recomendo (subscribe here). Here's the latest issue: Searchable Recomendo We made a searchable, inexpensive version of our Recomendo book. This PDF (in glorious full-color!) is only $1.99, and available internationally. Download, browse, and search through 550 great recommendations. — KK Newsletter App I’ve been using the Stoop app to discover and read new newsletters. It’s great to have them all in one place where I can let ...
Tags: Post, News, Instagram, Earth, Kevin Kelly, Useful Stuff, Jen Sincero, Claudia Dawson, KK Newsletter App


Does manual labor boost happiness?

Working with your hands affects brain chemistry in a positive way. Automation technologies can strip away a sense of agency and meaning in our lives. Using your hands connects you with your environment in a way that most technologies cannot. None Violence has become such a part of the fabric of American society that many stories pass without much commentary. Mass shootings need to be bigger and grander than ever to stay in the headlines; solo homicides rarely receive a glance. We pass over news...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Work, Happiness, Neuroscience, Innovation, Brazil, Cbs, Tim Ferriss, Derek, Carl Jung, Crawford, Lambert, Chandler, Kevin Kelly, Century City


The best maker YouTube channels

Over at Cool Tools, Kevin Kelly reviews over 40 YouTube video channels by makers, experimenters, and explainers. It's a great list. I'm subscribing to all the ones I haven't already subscribed to. I have descending into the YouTube click hole. Forget TV, movies, Netflix; I spend most of my discretionary media time watching YouTube tutorials. I go to them whenever I need to learn anything, and in particular when I need to make or repair anything. Nothing appears missing in the YouTubeverse. The ...
Tags: Post, News, Learning, Youtube, Cody, Kevin Kelly


Voices in AI – Episode 75: A Conversation with Kevin Kelly

Today's leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese .voice-in-ai-byline-embed { font-size: 1.4rem; background: url(https://voicesinai.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/cropped-voices-background.jpg) black; background-position: center; background-size: cover; color: white; padding: 1rem 1.5rem; font-weight: 200; text-transform: uppercase; margin-bottom: 1.5rem; } .voice-in-ai-byline-embed span { color: #FF6B00; } About this Epi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Disruption, Blog, Seo, Complexity, Ai, Mind, Byron, Agency, Kevin, Kevin Kelly, Wired Magazine, Byron Reese, Fourth Age, Deterministic


Watch: Videos from Whole Earth 50th Now Online

This October, hundreds gathered in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Whole Earth Catalog. Long Now was a sponsor and helped produce media for the event, which is now available online. The evening program (viewable above) featured conversations between Whole Earth Catalog contributors and contemporary wave-makers as they discussed the legacy of the Catalog and what the next 50 years might hold. Speakers included Ryan Phelan, Dani...
Tags: Future, San Francisco, Announcements, Khan Academy, Stewart Brand, Kevin Kelly, Sal Khan, Fort Mason Center, Howard Rheingold, The Big Here, Simone Giertz, Whole Earth Catalog, Sal Khan Stewart Brand, Maddy Dychtwald Peter, Cathleen Schwartz Stewart Brand, Ryan Phelan Juan


Radio’s Best Defense Against The Future

As time continues its relentless march onward, a legacy industry like radio must do everything it can to embracing emerging tech and dive headlong into the future. ____________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies “You have to always be leaning into the future. If you’re leaning away from the future, the future is gonna win, every time.” - Jeff Bezos And in just 23 words, the enigmatic head of Amazon gives you his bus...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Music, Jimmy Fallon, America, General Motors, Ces, Artificial Intelligence, Dave, Ford, Mary Barra, Gm, Salem, Jeff Bezos


The steering wheel and the guardrails

Your car may have a powerful engine, but if the steering wheel is out of whack, it’s probably a mistake to simply drive faster. And putting in premium gas and removing the muffler doesn’t help much either. And if you’re driving on a crowded road, it makes no sense to hit the gas and tell anyone who gets hit to be more careful. We don’t have to wait for a wreck, a smashed engine, to put our tools to better use. Capitalism is an extraordinary engine. It has remade every corner of the Earth, and do...
Tags: Uncategorized, Earth, Google Maps, Branding, Kevin Kelly


How to Use Content Marketing to Build Your Personal Brand

The internet is a great leveler between huge brands and the average joe. Even if you don’t have a hefty marketing budget, you now have the opportunity to build a formidable personal brand. What does personal branding mean, anyway? In essence, it’s how people perceive you and your work. Corporate businesses still play the aggressive advertising game. It means building a personal brand has become even more important. You earn the trust and respect of people around you and invite better oppo...
Tags: Youtube, Sales, Paul Graham, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss, Gary, Buzzsumo, Kelly, Grant Cardone, Kevin Kelly, Google Alert, Gary Vee, Ryan Robinson


Kickstarter: Twitturd – The MOST Polished Presidential Figure Ever

Artist Casey Latiolais and Kevin Kelly (SNAFU Studio) are turning the iconic giant combover-wearing rooster into a vinyl toy. The Twitturd vinyl toy - The MOST Polished Presidential Figure Ever - is currently being funded via a Kickstarter campaign. This vinyl toy comes in two pieces: potty and poultry. Together, they stand approximately 6 inches tall. Also, the bird can perch sans‑commode on any surface. Twitturd comes in two stately color-ways, to cover both white‑collar and blue‑collar ...
Tags: Toys, Kickstarter, Kevin Kelly, Casey Latiolais


A Journey to Siberia in Search of Woolly Mammoths

Harvard geneticist George Church, who is leading efforts to de-extinct the woolly mammoth, explores a cave in Siberia. Photo by Brendan Hall. T here will be three long flights across 15 time zones before I sleep in a bed, and we still won’t be there. Our destination is vastly closer to where we start than the path we have to take. Under the auspices of the documentary being made about Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand by Structure Films, we are heading to Pleistocene Park in Siberia, ...
Tags: New York, Boston, Russia, India, Future, San Francisco, Harvard, Atlantic, Alaska, Moscow, Argentina, Siberia, Greenland, Jfk, Arctic Circle, Soviet Union


What Can’t Be Copied?

I N A WORLD where nearly everything can not only be copied but distributed cheaply—and in some cases for free—what takes on significance and value—what matters—are those things that cannot be copied. Kevin Kelly highlights a number of things that can’t be manufactured in his book, The Inevitable. They are things that add value to what is a commodity. He begins with trust. Trust Trust can’t be purchased or reproduced. “You can’t download trust and store it in a database or warehouse it. You c...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Times, Kevin Kelly, Creativity & Innovation


Theodore Gray, co-founder of Wolfram Research, talks about his favorite tools

Kevin Kelly and I interviewed Theodore Gray the co-founder of Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha. He’s also the founder of App publisher Touch Press and the author of many books that Kevin and I own and love, including The Elements, Molecules, Reactions, and Mad Science. He’s also the proprietor of periodictable.com. Subscribe to the Cool Tools Show on iTunes | RSS | Transcript | Download MP3 | See all the Cool Tools Show posts on a single page Show notes: GU Eagle...
Tags: Post, News, Podcasts, Milwaukee, Kevin, Kevin Kelly, Wolfram, Theodore Gray, Wolfram Research, Wolfram Language, Touch Press


AI will add smartness for better products and an eco

Kevin Kelly sees AI being better on a subset of intelligence. Over the next 20 years we will make things smarter and smarter. We will put different kinds and types of sensors and intelligence an... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Ecommerce, Science, Technology, World, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Kevin Kelly


AI will add smartness for better products and an economic boom

Kevin Kelly sees AI being better on a subset of intelligence. Over the next 20 years we will make things smarter and smarter. We will put different kinds and types of sensors and intelligence an... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Ecommerce, Science, Technology, World, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Kevin Kelly


Forget the sex, the hot new book about Google is an important reminder of what Sergey and Larry are really after (GOOG, GOOGL)

A new book has generated headlines over Sergey Brin's 'playboy' period during Google's early days, but there's another big takeaway in the book that readers in the tech industry should not ignore. The book explores a deep-rooted and intense desire that's driven Google's founders all these years. Brin and cofounder Larry Page stumbled onto the magic search business but that was never their main interest. From the start, Google was always intended to be an AI company. They're now closer to that ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Sweden, Microsoft, Trends, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Silicon Valley, Vanity Fair, Alexa, Steven Levy, Phoenix, Valley, RBC Capital, Fisher, Stockholm Sweden


How much do patents matter to innovation?

Patents—rights that governments grant to inventors for new inventions—pervade the modern world. The US alone grants about 300,000 of them annually, mostly for components of, or methods relating to, larger end products. Your smartphone, for example, contains thousands of patented features; but even many seemingly simpler items, such as cosmetics, often contain one or more. It’s no big surprise, then, that as patents have exploded in numbers and importance, they have begun to attract considerable ...
Tags: Books, Technology, Featured, Law, US, International Law, Patent Law, Apple Samsung, Kevin Kelly, Public Policy, Commercial Law, New Technologies, How Patents Impact Our Daily Lives, Impact Of Patents, Patent Wars, Thomas F. Cotter


The time I interviewed Harlan Ellison about his lawsuit against a fan who posted his stories to Usenet

In 2001 I wrote an article for The Industry Standard about the Harlan Ellison's one man war against people uploading his short stories to Usenet. I interviewed him on the phone for the piece and the first thing he told me was, "I can't talk to you. I'm very busy. I've got a deadline." He then launched into a 30-minute rant about everything wrong with the world (example: "You just look around and say, 'Mother of God, the gene pool is just polluted and we really ought to turn it over to the cockro...
Tags: Post, New York, News, Los Angeles, Aol, Rip, Ellison, Sfwa, Bruce Sterling, Cory Doctorow, Flint, Harlan Ellison, Robertson, Mother of God, Charles Platt, Kevin Kelly


Stewart Brand on the Whole Earth Catalog’s legacy over 50 years

https://youtu.be/tCRI22ewnY4 Stewart Brand's Whole Earth Catalog was hugely influential on my life. I saw a copy when I was about 10 years old and it was a portal to a mind-blowing new world of possibilities. My outlook on everything changed that day. Years later, I traded subscriptions of The Whole Earth Review for bOING bOING (the zine, which Carla and I launched in 1987). Whole Earth Review was edited by Kevin Kelly, and he later hired me to work at Wired (he co-founded it with Louis Rosset...
Tags: Post, News, Kevin, Carla, Stewart Brand, Kevin Kelly, Jane Metcalfe, Louis Rossetto, Whole Earth Catalog, San Francisco Stewart


PR 2.0 for Communicating Research

A Guest Post By Kevin Anselmo, Founder of Experiential Communications Kevin Kelly, co-founder of Wired magazine, noted the following in a BBC story: “truth is no longer dictated by authorities, but is networked by peers. For every fact there is a counterfact. All those counterfacts and facts look identical online, which is confusing to most people.” Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year in 2016 was post truth: an adjective defined as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts...
Tags: Social Media, Pr, Bbc, Guest Post, Content, Oxford Dictionary, Kevin Kelly, Deirdre, PR 2.0, Deirdre Breakenridge, Experiential Communications, Kevin Anselmo, Communications Organizer, PR 2.0 Mindset, PR 2.0 Research, Kevin Anselmo Founder


Is an AGI Possible?

The following is an excerpt from GigaOm publisher Byron Reese’s new book, The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity. You can purchase the book here. The Fourth Age explores the implications of automation and AI on humanity, and has been described by Ethernet inventor and 3Com founder Bob Metcalfe as framing “the deepest questions of our time in clear language that invites the reader to make their own choices. Using 100,000 years of human history as his guide, ...
Tags: Blog, Seo, Ai, Agi, Einstein, Gigaom, Jacques Barzun, Kevin Kelly, Bob Metcalfe, Artificial General Intelligence, Byron Reese, Publisher& 039, s Corner, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Fourth Age, AGI Frankenstein


Tim O’Reilly’s Book List for the Manual for Civilization

Tim O’Reilly speaking at The Interval at Long Now in January 02018. Photo: Gary Wilson In 02009 Tim O’Reilly told Forbes magazine how studying Greek and Latin Classics had influenced his business career: John Cowper Powys noted in The Meaning of Culture, [that] culture (vs. mere education) is how you put what you’ve learned to work in your own life, seeing the world around you more deeply because of the historical, literary, artistic and philosophical resonances that current experience...
Tags: Wtf, Future, San Francisco, North America, Brian Eno, Richard Feynman, Forbes, Tim, Bhagavad Gita, Joseph Campbell, O'Reilly, Lao Tzu, George Dyson, Kevin Kelly, Wallace Stevens, Christopher Isherwood


Looking at Women’s Contribution to Computing to Learn How to Fix the Internet

As you may be aware, something was brewing at CanLII in recent weeks (and months) so I skipped my last turn as columnist. This means my last post here was the one I wrote before the holidays. When I write something and (finally) ship it, the mere fact of reading it “in production” makes me see new flaws that I didn’t even come close to seeing while I was in the thick of drafting. I’m sure many of us are like that. The flaw I saw with my last post when live on Slaw was that while the multiplicati...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Law, San Francisco, United States, New York Times, Evans, Computer Science, Bronx, Sarah, Legal Technology, Hopper, Ada Lovelace, Kelly, PAUL, Grace Hopper


How To Achieve Longevity In The Music Industry

Maintaining popularity in the music industry is no easy task, with a song or artist that's at one moment topping the charts suddenly becoming passé the next day. Here we look at how artists can achieve longevity in the turbulent music business. _____________________ Guest post by Emily O'Connell of BandBasher Longevity is something that artists cannot take for granted. But in this day and age, the music industry can be so temperamental. Something that was popular last year – or even ...
Tags: Music, Instagram, Marketing, Guest Post, Music Business, Kevin Kelly, Instagram Facebook Twitter, D.I.Y, Publishing & Songwriting, Emily O Connell


Interview With Kevin Kelly: Bonus Round

Kevin Kelly shares his thoughts on the inevitability of tracking, cryptocurrency trends, and the future of college education.
Tags: Finance, Article, FBN, Kevin Kelly, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 5b6a0bdf-c02d-5a34-9847-7b35ff3525a2


Don't Fear the Inevitable: An Interview With Kevin Kelly

A chat with author and Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly about the technologies that will inevitably change our future,
Tags: Finance, Article, Don, FBN, Kevin Kelly, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 4b42feb4-3684-5165-9434-de95644a1784


Jeff Bezos Shares Video of 10,000-Year Clock Project

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNET: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shared a video on Tuesday of his latest project: a giant clock designed to keep time for 10,000 years. Buried deep in a west Texas mountain, the project is in partnership with San Francisco-based group The Long Now Foundation, which grew out of an idea for a 10,000 year clock that co-founder Danny Hillis proposed back in the '90s. Now, the 500-foot tall mechanical wonder is finally undergoing installation. Bezos is fronting the...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, San Francisco, Tech, Jeff Bezos, Brian Eno, Cnet, Bezos, Stewart Brand, Kevin Kelly, Long Now Foundation, Danny Hillis