Kevin Kelly on the History of Wired Magazine

Kevin Kelly on the History of Wired Magazine
Jeff Squires
  • 10 september 2008

Wired Magazine recently turned 15, and to celebrate, they commissioned a short little video looking back on the history of the mag and discussing why it’s still relevant. The majority of the video is narrated by Kevin Kelly, one of the founding editors of Wired, who amongst other things, explains the original concept of the magazine, some of the peripheral innovations that occurred in their office, such as click through ads, and why he believes that had Wired not been divided and sold, they might have arrived at the same place as google.

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