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82 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kevin Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kevin Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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82 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kevin Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kevin Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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Let’s Talk Hookup Sunday 6/21/20- Kevin Kelly from West Coast Marine – 8-9am Hour

Let's Talk Hookup

Jun 21 2020

51mins

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Let’s Talk Hookup Sunday 6/21/20- Kevin Kelly from West Coast Marine – 7-8am Hour

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Jun 21 2020

1hr 5mins

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Ep. 13 – Kevin Kelly of Brooklyn Hardscape on aquascaping: lessons learned, CO2, competitions, and living the dream.

Aquarium Co-Op Podcast
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Kevin and I discuss many aquascaping topics; from his beginnings in the hobby to running his company Brooklyn Hardscape.

Check out his work and connect with him via Facebook or Instagram if you would like him to come and aquascape a tank for you.

Brooklyn Hardscape FB page:

https://www.facebook.com/BrooklynHardscape/

Brooklyn Hardscape Instagram page:

https://www.instagram.com/brooklynhardscape/

Brooklyn Hardscape website:

http://www.brooklynhardscape.com/

Filipe Oliveria FB page:

https://www.facebook.com/FAAOAquascaping/

May 15 2020

48mins

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Kevin Kelly - The Formula For The Next 10,000 Startups, Failing Forward, And Becoming A Teaching Organisation

OutsideVoices with Mark Bidwell
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Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick at Wired magazine, co-founded Wired in 1993 and served as its Executive Editor for the first seven years. His acclaimed book is called The Inevitable, where he discusses the 12 technological forces that will change our future. On today's show, he talks on how technology will shape organisations and why leaders need to adapt to a teaching mentality within the company.

  • 02:55 - Who is Kevin and what does a typical week look like for him?
  • 06:35 - Kevin talks about one of his books, Cool Tools.
  • 08:10 - Why did Kevin become so optimistic about technology back in the 80's?
  • 12:05 - Kevin talks about his book The Inevitable, and what it means to entrepreneurs/corporate executives.
  • 15:10 - Questioning authority is now the default.
  • 17:35 - We have to train ourselves on how to scan and use our digital media properly, just like the way we learned how to read, write, and speak.
  • 18:40 - What kind of skills would people need to survive in the future?
  • 19:50 - No matter what career field you're in, you have to become a teacher in order to effectively disrupt.
  • 21:40 - What does a CEO have to know today?
  • 22:20 - We're having the second industrial revolution right now – The power of AI.
  • 25:15 - AI will mostly be replacing tedious tasks, other than jobs.
  • 27:25 - Machines are good at answering questions, whereas people are good at asking those questions. This means a good question will be ever more valuable because machines can't do it.
  • 30:30 - Innovation is primarily failure.
  • 33:30 - There's no perfect school out there. You, as the parent, have to fill in for your children.
  • 34:05 - The only way we know what technology is good for is by using it, not by prohibiting it.
  • 36:40 - Learning is the new currency.
  • 44:00 - China is going a thousand miles into the future; however, they still don't know where they want to go.
  • 47:15 - What is Kevin afraid about? Treating our AI like slaves.
  • 51:20 - What's the next big project for Kevin?

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May 06 2020

56mins

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Tavi Costa and Kevin Kelly: Deficits, Debasements & Disconnects

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In this episode,Kevin Kelly brings back Tavi Costa, of Crescat Capital to discuss his latest market outlook, the drastic disconnect between markets and the underlying economy, the growing risk of fiat currency debasement, consequences of historic monetary & fiscal responses, and why the current backdrop is bullish for scarce assets like gold, precious metals, and bitcoin in the coming years.

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Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host may personally own tokens that are mentioned on the podcast. Tom Shaughnessy owns tokens in ETH, BTC, CKB, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD, and HNT. Lets Talk Bitcoin is a distribution partner for the Chain Reaction Podcast, and our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product or service. 

May 03 2020

1hr 15mins

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The Money Printing Machine vs Bitcoin w/ Kevin Kelly

The Coinist Podcast
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Kevin Kelly is the Co-Founder of Delphi Digital, an independent research & consulting boutique providing institutional-grade analysis on the digital asset market. In this episode we talk about what is really happening with Quantitative Easing, stimulus, and what it all means for Bitcoin.  Thank you to everyone that listens, shares, subscribes, and leaves a rating! Show sponsors: •eToro.com: the worldwide leader in social trading.  •Bybit: Trade Bitcoin, ETH, EOS, and XRP derivatives on bybit.com. •CryptoTrader.Tax: the best platform for crypto investors to automate their taxes. 

Apr 06 2020

58mins

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Tavi Costa and Guest Host Kevin Kelly: Macro Madness Series (Repost)

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(Originally published February 1, 2020)

On this exclusive Macro Matters Series, guest Host Kevin Kelly talks to Octavio “Tavi” Costa, Global Macro Analyst at Crescat Capital. Tavi discusses Crescat’s top investment themes, the favorable backdrop for precious metals, how the macro environment could impact Bitcoin, and much more.

Key Points

Crestcat is focused on China due to statistics predictive of major currency devaluation moving forward. Alongside Bitcoin, gold and other precious metals are poised to grow in value. Looking at the US job market, including unemployment rates, Tavi and his team believe we are at the peak of the U.S. business cycle.

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“The entire global financial market is addicted to cheap money and monetary and fiscal intervention. There’s no doubt about that. And what we see here today is that higher and higher units of debt are generating less and less growth.” –Tavi Costa

“The reason I don’t mess with other cryptocurrencies is because I just don’t fully understand—I barely understand Bitcoin itself, to be honest, so it’s been hard for me to get my arms around the other ones.” –Tavi Costa

“I believe that modern monetary theory is a total fallacy.” –Tavi Costa

Episode Highlights

  • What was Tavi’s upbringing like and how did he find his way to becoming a global macro analyst & portfolio manager?
  • Crestcat is focused on the US business cycle, the China credit bubble, and precious metals.
  • There are clear cracks in the US economy that lead Crestcat to be cautious.
  • Several metrics indicate that we’re going to see a deceleration in economic growth.
  • Countries like China are engaging in monetary experimentation aimed at driving inflation, which lowers debt burdens.
  • Over the next ten years, Tavi predicts we will see higher commodity prices.
  • Tavi is starting to see a correlation between Bitcoin and gold, partly because both assets are supply-constrained.
  • We’re at a peak level of reliance on central banks.
  • Bitcoin provides a huge opportunity for investors in terms of asset allocation while the likelihood of fiat currency debasement rises.
  • These hypotheses are based on looking at the most overvalued currencies in the world, like in China where there’s unprecedented debt levels, economic slowdown, and signs of inflation.
  • China is poised to see a major devaluation of its currency.
  • Historically, when emerging markets collapse, gold tends to rise.
  • For Tavi to reevaluate these predictions, there would have to be a fulfillment of the George Soros theory of reflexivity where the economy feeds on its own to improve itself.
  • The next trends to look for are with the jobs market in the US.

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Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host may personally own tokens that are mentioned on the podcast. Tom Shaughnessy owns tokens in ETH, BTC, XTZ, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Lets Talk Bitcoin is a distribution partner for the Chain Reaction Podcast, and our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product or service.

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Apr 03 2020

55mins

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BREAKDOWN: What the Market Crash Means for Bitcoin, Feat. Delphi's Kevin Kelly

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Bitcoin’s price has cratered, but it’s nothing compared to the broader market havoc. From the Coronavirus scare to an oil price war, a confluence of factors is aligning to make it a very rough Monday. 

On this episode of The Breakdown, @nlw is joined by Delphi Digital’s Kevin Kelly to discuss:

  • Why the stock market is just catching up to what the bond markets have been saying
  • Why the bond markets have been a better reflection of potential economic pain 
  • Why we need to pay attention to what happens in the credit markets 
  • The role of the oil price war in today’s market drop 
  • What the declining bitcoin price means for the safe haven and uncorrelated asset narratives
  • Which assets are actually acting like safe havens

Mar 09 2020

33mins

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The emerging economic problems of the next decade (with futurist Kevin Kelly)

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Pretend every economic problem we’ve ever discussed on this podcast has magically been solved. What’s next? What are the economic problems that we’ll face a decade from now? This week, Nick and Goldy are joined by futurist Kevin Kelly for a conversation based on a voicemail left by Pitchfork Economics listener Cody from Florida. Thanks, Cody!


You can call and leave us a voicemail, too—in fact, we would love it if you did! Our number is (731) 388-9334. 


Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick and co-founder at Wired. He has written for The New York Times, The Economist, Science, Time, and The Wall Street Journal among many other publications. His most recent book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, is a New York Times Bestseller. 


Twitter: @kevin2kelly


Further reading: 


The Inevitable: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780525428084


Website: http://pitchforkeconomics.com/

Twitter: @PitchforkEcon

Instagram: @pitchforkeconomics

Nick’s twitter: @NickHanauer

Mar 03 2020

37mins

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Episode 376: Kevin Kelly

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Kevin Kelly is a writer and a founding executive editor of Wired Magazine. He is the author of What Technology Wants, Out of Control and The Inevitable: Understanding the Twelve Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future.

“I always try to write about the future—and it became harder and harder because things would catch up so fast. If you read Out of Control now, I’ve heard that people say, ‘well, this is obvious.’ I have to tell you, it was dismissed as entirely pie-in-the-sky, wild-eyed craziness twenty-five years ago.”

Thanks to Mailchimp and Pitt Writers for sponsoring this week's episode.

  1. kk.org
  2. @kevin2kelly
  3. [08:54] CoEvolution Quarterly
  4. [09:06] “Low-Rent Himalayas” (CoEvolution Quarterly • 1981) [pdf]
  5. [18:06] “Information as a Communicable Disease” (CoEvolution Quarterly • 1984) [pdf]
  6. [22:30] sci-hub.tw
  7. [28:28] Cool Tools: A Catalog of Possibilities (Cool Tools Lab • 2013)
  8. [31:31] Whole Earth Software Catalog and Review
  9. [48:08] Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World (Basic Books • 1995)
  10. [48:19] “New Rules for the New Economy: Twelve Dependable Principles for Thriving in a Turbulent World” (Wired • 1997)
  11. [48:23] New Rules for the New Economy: Ten Radical Strategies for a Connected World (Penguin • 1999)

Jan 22 2020

1hr 6mins

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