Kevin Kelly publishes books rarely. Each one is a keeper, and a new one is a special event.
His new one is out today. If there’s justice, it will win the Pulitzer Prize.
Kevin’s book could be sketchily summarized in fifteen or twenty blog posts, and I’m tempted to do so, but I think you should do the more direct thing and just read it. That way, as I steal from it again and again going forward, you’ll nod your head in recognition of the power of what he’s writing about.
Hint: it’s as good as Guns, Germs and Steel, which I consider one of the most important big-thought books ever.
Bonus! Steve Pressfield’s The War of Art is coming to ebook format for $1.99…
The book of the year