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"The Future Soon" was, in its early days, performed as part of [[John Hodgman]]'s [[Little Gray Books]] Lecture #18, "What Will Happen In The Future". During the course of ''Little Gray Books'', Jonathan was discovered by Andrew Zolli, curator of the Pop!Tech technology conference. While Jonathan had been playing music for some time (including having released his first album, ''[[Smoking Monkey]]''), it was after a performance of "The Future Soon" that Andrew approached Jonathan.
 
"The Future Soon" was, in its early days, performed as part of [[John Hodgman]]'s [[Little Gray Books]] Lecture #18, "What Will Happen In The Future". During the course of ''Little Gray Books'', Jonathan was discovered by Andrew Zolli, curator of the Pop!Tech technology conference. While Jonathan had been playing music for some time (including having released his first album, ''[[Smoking Monkey]]''), it was after a performance of "The Future Soon" that Andrew approached Jonathan.
  
Jonathan was invited to play "The Future Soon" at Pop!Tech 2003. On October 17, 2003, he performed as one of the events scheduled between official sessions. This performance was so well-received by the audience that Jonathan was asked to play several more songs over the course of the weekend-long conference, including "[[Gambler's Prayer (demo)|Gambler's Prayer]]" and "[[Mandelbrot Set]]". Jonathan later cites Pop!Tech 2003 as the cause of several career-shaping decisions (contributing to ''Popular Science Magazine'', releasing music under [[Creative Commons]]), making "The Future Soon" a unique keystone of Jonathan's early career.
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Jonathan was invited to play "The Future Soon" at Pop!Tech 2003. On October 17, 2003, he performed as one of the events scheduled between official sessions. This performance was so well-received by the audience that Jonathan was asked to play several more songs over the course of the weekend-long conference, including "[[Gambler's Prayer]]" and "[[Mandlebrot Set]]". Jonathan later cites Pop!Tech 2003 as the cause of several career-shaping decisions (contributing to ''Popular Science Magazine'', releasing music under [[Creative Commons]]), making "The Future Soon" a unique keystone of Jonathan's early career.
  
 
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