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Brian Eno

In conversation

Brian Eno is a musician, composer, singer and record producer. He is widely credited as being a forerunner in the 'Ambient Music' movement in the 1970s, and has been part of numerous innovative projects during his career, including The Microsoft Sound, the six-second start-up music for the Windows 95 operating system. A sometime columnist for The Observer, Eno is politically active, particularly with regard to nuclear weapons. Along with Stewart Brand (the editor of The Whole Earth Catalog) Eno founded The Long Now Foundation- a society dedicated to the promotion of long-term thinking.    

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