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  • Thank you for coming.

  • Yes, My pleasure.

  • I saw you in the 25th anniversary, all by admires and in San Francisco.

  • How actually do you feel about having such a event after 25 years off?

  • You know, just start.

  • Well, it was really the only magazine that understood that technology was a lifestyle idea rather than just take hardware today, of course, everybody gets this idea.

  • It's a cliche.

  • And so it has become mainstream.

  • It was, at one time, a very marginal idea.

  • Sub culture on.

  • Now it's right in the middle.

  • It's mainstream, one of the from the very first issue.

  • When Lewis wrote his manifesto, we believed that technology would become the center.

  • I see because we felt that that was inevitable.

  • But it is much more difficult to do something innovative when you're at the center.

  • Yeah, so that we are at the centre, but at the same time, and just and at the same time, there's always is new frontiers that are coming.

  • Block change, Bitcoin biotechnology.

  • They're all they're all happening.

  • Eso there still isn't need to also still be on the edge.

  • I think it is really important for wired to not change one of its most essential character, that is, it's in belief or its embrace of optimism.

  • Okay, And so I think if you're optimistic, you can still be at the center and report on the edge.

  • I think it gets difficult if you become a pessimist.

  • If you only see the dystopia, if you only see the things that are not working all right, especially in Japon.

  • Seems like people are really pessimistic, not believing the future is better than today.

  • Otherwise, you you said, the innovation will come from the concrete, optimistic perception.

  • Otherwise, you know, people just freeing from to reality.

  • Actually, people really getting not something people going in more on its zest.

  • Ed, the baby's this great is really going down for last three decays sealed.

  • The walls were actually becoming really write better.

  • That is, until people really so we want to do that.

  • I don't look at the news, don't we newspapers or TVs for that?

  • But if you look at the scientific evidence, yes, it is very clear that the world's getting better on average, and that's because of technology.

  • That's why we often neglect about those fact and the people more like feeling.

  • It's a good question and it's because we read news.

  • Yes, and it's not just the fake news.

  • That news, by definition is only reporting on things that are unusual.

  • Things that are outliers.

  • Yes, and the real progress is totally boring.

  • Yes, the real news is about what did not happen.

  • I say yes, okay with people who did not die today, robberies that did not happen.

  • There's nothing you ever hear about you.

  • All we hear about are the negative things.

  • By definition, yeah, even the good newspapers.

  • And so you have to kind of ignore the news.

  • If you want to be my wife something no, where they saying Let's stop watching the news because it's two minutes.

  • Here's the worst news on TV.

  • Never ever watch news on TV Way Don't have TV.

  • A warehouse?

  • Oh, yes.

Thank you for coming.


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