Kevin Kelly 5,000 Days of The Internet

Kevin Kelly 5,000 Days of the Internet and What to expect in 5,000 More.

The Past & The Future Kevin kelly tells us what he predicts.

 

I was put onto Kevin kelly by a friend and the first thing I did was google “Who is Kevin Kelly?” and his bio came up on kk.org you can check it out here Kevin kelly Bio.

In the first sentence it state’s that Kevin is a Senior Maverick Now if that doesnt make you want to change career’s and do everything humanly possible to earn that moniker I don’t know what will.

Now the main purpose I made this post was to share something unique and to spread this kind of future planning think forward that has helped me plan through the worst to be still standing

here and now. The video is about 19 minutes long and reveals the inner workings of the web it touches on semantic web and the linking between physical and digital worlds over the last 5,000 days and how the next 5,000 days is shaping up and what to expect to be brought to us in the future.

You can read more from Kevin here on his Wired page.

Enough from me watch the video and get some pure knowledge from Kevin.

Nathalie Nahai Humanise The Web

Nathalie Nahai Humanise The Web Interview With London Real.

Take a look into Internet Security and Connectivity with Nathalie Nahai & London Real

 

Who are these people?

 

London Real is a website best described as the curator of people worth watching. Their mission is to promote personal transformation through inspiration, self-discovery and empowerment.

 

Nathalie Nahai is a web psychologist. An expert exploring just how the design of the web manipulates and heightens our sense of reward and best selling author.

Her book, Webs of Influence, explores how technology is strategically created with people in mind – to make us click. In 2015 she created a photograph collection called ‘The Death of Conversation’. It was a series of black and whites taken of unknowing members of the public who, in social situations, had abandoned conversation in favour of looking at their mobile phones. It went viral and ended up featured in TIME magazine and the New York Times. The most fascinating thing about the photographs is that they show an outsiders perspective of a habit that we all participate in. On many an occasion we opt for the spikes of thrill we can find on opening social media notifications, receiving likes or being retweeted.
In this interview the topics can be revealing when we reflect upon what is being discussed and how we as individuals interact with and on social media and the internet. Social media access follows us around now with our mobile phones wifi and beacon location action trigger’s, but it’s no accident that we experience psychological reward using these apps and platforms.

 

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview and Ill admit I’ve watched it about 5 times I can be a total web nerd and I couldn’t give an F bomb about that, Fascinating and educational

everything a developing mind needs and well worth the watch to further understand the depth of what is being discussed. Another excellent video featuring Nathalie Nahai I strongly recommend you to watch this interview. Interact and lay some comments down.

 

You can find out more about Nathalie by visiting her LinkedIn here.

You can find a link to Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion Nathalie Nahai this is a link to the AUS store.

You can view the full interview by clicking on he top left corner of the video, the link will take you to London real website.