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'Wired' Founder Becomes Macabre Clock Watcher

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'Wired' Founder Becomes Macabre Clock Watcher

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'Wired' Founder Becomes Macabre Clock Watcher

'Wired' Founder Becomes Macabre Clock Watcher

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Kevin Kelly, the co-founder of the tech magazine Wired, has created a personal countdown clock that shows how many days he has left to live. It's now at 8,000. Kelly talks to Madeleine Brand about why he's watching the clock.

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