Steve Job’s Google of the 60s: Whole...

Garden Tools Catalog: Steve Job’s Google of the 60s: Whole Earth Catalog revisited (+ homestead tour of a former editor). Steve Jobs called The Whole Earth Catalog “one of the bibles of my generation”. He went on to explain in his Stanford commencement speech in 2005, “It was so…

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29 Responses to “ Steve Job’s Google of the 60s: Whole”

  1. Mads Esben Sørensen says:

    Fantastic. Very inspiring and learning a lot listening to this guy. Thanks

  2. Blacknedsunrise18 says:


  3. Ma va says:

    wise people

  4. Judson Felder says:

    And so is this.

  5. Dean Verleger says:

    Cool cool dude #homesteading #skills

  6. wim harwig says:

    A little story of Lloyd Kahn, which I find very interesting and
    inspirational ….

  7. Adam Rush says:

    Whole Earth Catalog.

  8. Barbara Muerdter says:

    “Steve Jobs (2005, Stanford University): “When I was young, there was an
    amazing publication called The Whole Earth Catalog…. It was sort of like
    Google in paperback form, 35 years before Google came along.”
    Lloyd Kahn (founding editor-in-chief of Shelter Publications) gives an
    introduction to the catalog and its tools.”

  9. mistresspav says:

    thank you so much for uploading :)

  10. Charleroifa says:

    Love his story.

  11. Swampy Wilkinson says:

    fuck domes

  12. LibertyBooksAZ says:

    The Whole Earth Catalog was indeed the internet of its day. I lived in a
    tipi bought from a supplier in TWEC. Bought tools via mail order from
    suppliers in TWEC. Bought homesteading books from booksellers listed in
    TWEC. Dreamed of peace, love, staying high… alas, alcohol/drug use
    claimed a lot of us–achieving sobriety did not mesh with TWEC ideals–35
    yrs later I’m embracing them again, glad for sobriety, children,
    grandchildren, health, but sad for the world. Let’s remake it. I’m in.

  13. Oliver Burke says:

    This channel is so great

  14. 510Russ says:

    Beautiful house. I bet Christopher Alexander (“A Pattern Language”) would
    like it.

  15. Russell Robertson says:

    I love this channel.

  16. shelterpublicati says:

    Lloyd Kahn’s new book Tiny Home: Simple Shelter, will be available in
    bookstores in February. You can pre-order the book at Shelter Publications’
    website: shelterpubDOTcom

  17. Leila Bee says:

    Seaweed sauerkraut? I want the recipe!

  18. Ariebingo says:

    This sort of lifestyle is something I so desperately want. Being able to
    live simply. Self-sufficiency with time to put energy into the things you
    want and the people you love. I feel the generation I am growing up in is
    based upon the idea of demand and supply. Things cheap and cheerful without
    enough emphasis on quality and workmanship :( University applications are
    coming up for me but I wonder.. it just seems like a commitment to society,
    working tirelessly to survive and pay off dept

  19. says:

    nice video, I did a similar one on a couple living at Cape Tribulation in

  20. dothedeed says:


  21. Table Top says:

    who would dislike this, was it really that uninteresting for u?

  22. randomfrostname says:

    this man is a genius!

  23. 40ny says:

    Truly inspirational.

  24. TheBrick2 says:

    Working hard for yourself rather than routing your effort though a monterey
    system is a personal aim but as this guy says you still need a little money
    for something. The hardest part is getting enough money to buy a plot of
    land. This is especially hard in the U.K. as suitable plots are so

  25. cory collins says:

    That is Lloyd Kahn,author of the masterpiece book”Shelter”…he is on FB &
    still ‘kickin’!

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