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The Art Of Living: A Conversation With Kevin Kelly
Tuesday November 14 at 1:00 am - 2:30 am CST
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Join Kevin Kelly — Senior Maverick at Wired and illustrious writer, photographer, and technologist — with hosts Paul Millerd and Ashley Zhang for a SuperSalon on how to design your own game of life and win!
“The only productive way to answer ‘What should I do now?’ is to first tackle the question of ‘Who should I become?'” (Kevin Kelly, Excellent Advice for Living)
The question of how to live has been asked by people across cultures and centuries. In his new book, Excellent Advice for Living, Kevin Kelly presents 450 bits of wisdom on this topic collected over his 68 years of leading an uncommon life: dropping out of college to travel as a nomadic photojournalist, publishing the first magazine devoted to walking, launching techno-cultural experiments, editing the Whole Earth Catalog, launching Wired Magazine, and more.
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Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired, an award-winning magazine he co-founded in 1993. He is co-chair of The Long Now Foundation, a membership organization that champions long-term thinking. He is founder of the popular Cool Tools website, which has been reviewing tools daily for 20 years. He is also the author of multiple best-selling books about the future of technology. His newest is Excellent Advice for Living, a book of 450 modern proverbs for a pretty good life. He is best known for his radical optimism.
Paul Millerd is an independent writer, freelancer, coach, and digital creator. He is the author of The Pathless Path.
Ashley Zhang is a writer exploring human flourishing in an age of great technological transformations. She hosts an Interintellect series on the conditions for a flourishing life.
Kevin Kelly is donating his proceeds from this event to the Long Now Foundation.