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Kevin Kelly

febrero 9th, 2009 · No hay Comentarios

Kevin Kelly was born in 1952 and he founded Wired magazine. He has also write books like Cool Tools (2003), Bad Dreams (2003), or True Films (2006). Apart from this, Kevin Kelly is an expert in digital culture. He made a lecture talking about the next 5,000 days of the web.

In this speech, Kelly talks about the Web. He says that three important things will happened in the next 5,000 days in the web.

The web is going to take the shape of someting we can touch.Every part of the web will be wirelessly conected, and all this will be very simple.
Kevin Kellytalks about the web going to suck up everything that is around it, becoming something necessary in our daily lifes.
The union of atomic in the digital is what we’re looking forward to. The reason why things are free is so you can manipulate them as much as you want. The network has a rule: The more you have, the more you get.The other thing about this embodiment is that there’s a kind we’d like to call ‘reversal’.

The stages of the restructuration:

-Linking computers. You connect one computer to another and share information.
-Linking pages. You open pages to let anyone to link it.
-Linking the data. You link one idea to another idea, each of which is supported by every item, making it not just virtual.


-Web. (2009, February 2). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 00:10, February 9, 2009, from
-Kevin Kelly (editor). (2009, January 3). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 00:14, February 9, 2009, from


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