Brainstorm Brewery #202 – Future Sight

You will not get your typical dose of Magic: the Gathering on this week’s episode, instead we talk about the future of technology. Joining the discussion is the prophetic Kevin Kelly (@kevin2kelly) talking about his new book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future. We dive into Artificial Intelligence and its impact on society, technological changes and Virtual Reality. This is the episode you didn’t know you wanted to listen to, enjoy.



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10 comments on Brainstorm Brewery #202 – Future Sight

  1. Bob says:

    Down load is just BB logo, no podcast

  2. Kristian says:

    Why do I have the feeling that’s the point…?

  3. Trik says:

    10 minutes in and I couldn’t possibly care less. See you next week I guess.

    Non-magic episodes should be bonus, not main series IMHO.

  4. Luke says:

    Great episode ! Thanks for all you guys do … ignore the haters .

  5. Anonymous says:

    I agree with others. Jason’s other podcast is already barley about magic (if at all). Can we keep these podcasts about magic?

  6. Sengir Warlord says:

    What a pile of burning garbage. Worst cast you guys have done. It’s like me going to a car shop and they want to shine my shoes instead of fix my car. You’re a magic podcast, quit with the experimental ideas that are no way parallel to the main focus of cast.

  7. Jeff says:

    Enjoyed this cast even though it wasn’t the usual topic. Thanks guys

  8. Wartilion says:

    I enjoyed this podcast quite a bit. It had an interesting topic, to me at least, and ran pretry smoothly.

    However I do find that I agree with Trik on this one in that I would have liked to have gotten a mtg focused one and this as a bonus one.

  9. Andrew says:

    Dropped the ball on this one, guys. While not “regularly scheduled programming,” this is a topic I’d normally be interested in. Trouble was, the guest had no charisma or direction (he said that this was the last of several podcasts he’d guested on, so it could be he was just exhausted). Regular hosts seemed bored/tired as well. The departure being unexpected was a small negative, but the delivery really missed the mark.

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