In this remarkable 7-minute video shot in 2016, Stewart Brand recalls his experiences as a Merry Prankster in the San Francisco 1960s, the back-to-the-land movement, hippies, and the low-dose acid trip he took that made him wonder how humanity would be affected if people saw a photo of the entire earth taken from space. This led to the creation of The Whole Earth Catalog in 1968.
Ask me to reminisce about LSD, hippies, the Trips Festival, Whole Earth, etc., and this is what you get in 7 minutes.https://t.co/qoe1uYacKn
— Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) April 5, 2019
He was there. In fact he help create the there. https://t.co/ugFKjn2bwy
— Kevin Kelly (@kevin2kelly) April 6, 2019