New York, Paris, Vancouver and, well, any Scandinavian city are right up there with the best of them.
I do one article for Wired per year. My most recent published writings are listed herein chronological order. The book is also a bestseller in China, and I spend a lot of time visiting China to speak about the inevitable and to see what the Chinese have planned for our future.
Despite two decades of fast moving technology, I would not change much in the book. So in celebration of its 20 years, I have been tweeting an axiom per day from the book. I tweet several times a week about other things under kevin2kelly.
On Facebook, I am the laughing Kevin Kelly. About two years ago I started a weekly newsletter, called Recomendo. Together with Mark Frauenfelder, of Boing Boing fame, and Claudia Dawson, our webmaster and my assistant, we give 6 very short recommendations each week.
We briefly share in one page the great stuff we are watching, listening to, reading, or great tools we are enjoying, or great destinations we recommend.
Recomendo now has 16, subscribers. My collected wisdom about cool tools was rounded up into a huge oversized book called Cool Tools. After 5 editions, it is now out of print.
This year Amazon created a digital version of Cool Tools for the Kindleor the Kindle app on your phone. It is harder to navigate than the paper book, but much more portable and cheaper.
I was skeptical Amazon could successfully make a digital book from this huge sprawling tome, but the results of the Kindle version were better than I expected. From these I am compiling a still-untitled photo book about vanishing Asia.
To be published a few years from now. Five years ago I published my first fiction, The Silver Cord. I worked on it for 11 years!
At oversized pages, this huge book was fan-funded, the result of a successful Kickstarter-funded campaign. It is now available on Amazon.
The Silver Cord contains two volumes of an epic story about angels and robots and a girl hero who must save the humans in between. The craftsmanship of the printing, including a 6-page fold out, is stunning. It has to be seen to be believed.The preceding speech was written entirely by this AI language model.
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