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KEVIN KELLY

PART ONE:

Kevin Kelly talks about an experimenrt that is not an experiment anymore, because he already knows the outcome.

He explains this with an example of a child that wants to learn how to play the piano, and how he goes improving during his years of leraning. At the end whn he knows how to play the piano nearly perfect he gives up because he´s not interested anymore.

Kevin kelly likes dividing people in groups. There are 1600 people he believes. He thinks that 45 of tehm are not able to live without classical music, the first group, a quite small one.

PART TWO:

There´s a bigger group (the one who doesn´t mind classical music)

The third group (the ones who have never listened to classical music) classical music doesn´t take part in their lifes. This is the largest group.

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