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Blog Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

The Interval’s Chalk-Drawing Robot Makes Its Debut: December 8, 02014

by Mikl Em on November 24th, 02014

On the evening of Monday December 8, 02014 from 8pm to midnight, come see the first demonstrations of Jürg Lehni’s Chalk-Drawing Machine at The Interval. Jürg will be in attendance and will give live demonstrations throughout the evening. The Long Now Foundation commissioned Jürg and his team in Switzerland to build a custom version of his Viktor chalk-drawing machine and…  Read More

Stewart Brand Keynote Video from 02014 Evernote Conference

by Andrew Warner on November 19th, 02014

On October 3rd 02014, Stewart Brand delivered the keynote address for the Evernote EC4 conference. Evernote is a service that allows people to collect information, notes, bookmarks, and create a personal searchable database with this collection. Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote, has been a fan of Long Now for years, which inspired him to introduce a “100-year…  Read More

November at The Interval: Erik Davis on PKD and Kevin Kelly’s Cool Tools

by Mikl Em on November 12th, 02014

Tickets are now on sale for the next two Interval salon talks. We end 02014 with talks by two fantastic speakers. Tickets: November 18, 02014 – Erik Davis at The Interval on Philip K Dick Tickets: November 25, 02014 – Kevin Kelly at The Interval Cool Tools book event Philip K. Dick is widely acknowledged as one…  Read More

Rosetta Probe Landing: Live Stream & Breakfast Event

by Austin Brown on November 3rd, 02014

On November 12, 02014 from 6:00am to 9:00am PT, you can watch the live stream of the Rosetta Space Probe (which carries our Rosetta Disk) sending its lander, Philae, down to comet 67P. Here in the Bay Area, The Long Now Foundation is partnering with the Chabot Space Center and swissnex SF to host a…  Read More

Karen Marcelo at The Interval: San Francisco’s Art and Tech-Hacking History

by Mikl Em on October 30th, 02014

Karen Marcelo photo by Jay Bain Karen Marcelo (dorkbot SF, Survival Research Labs) Tuesday November 4, 02014 7:30pm at The Interval (check-in at 6:30) Advanced Tickets recommended Programmer, artist, and founder of dorkbot SF, Karen Marcelo discusses the tradition of San Francisco Bay Area technologically-minded artists and hackers in the past, present and future. For decades a curious creativity…  Read More

Alexander Rose on The 10,000 Year Clock @ The Interval, Tuesday 10/28

by Mikl Em on October 23rd, 02014

Alexander Rose photo by Christopher Michel Alexander Rose: Designing for Longevity Building The 10,000 Year Clock Tuesday October 28, 02014 at 7:30pm at The Interval (check-in at 6:30) Advanced Tickets recommended Late in the last millennium, Danny Hillis told a small group of friends about his idea for building a monument-scale clock that would last for 10,000 years. The…  Read More

“Leonardo’s Brain” at The Interval, Sunday 10/12/02014

by Mikl Em on October 8th, 02014

This Sunday, October 12, The Interval hosts a special event to celebrate the posthumous release of Leonardo’s Brain: Understanding Da Vinci’s Creative Genius by Leonard Shlain. Leonardo’s Brain looks at the life, art and mind of 15th century Florentine polymath Leonardo da Vinci. Shlain’s book considers Da Vinci as a glimpse into the future of what our species can become; it was…  Read More

Future of Human Spaceflight at The Interval: September 30, 02014

by Mikl Em on September 18th, 02014

On Tuesday September 30, 02014 Ariel Waldman (Spacehack.org) leads us to the stars. Tickets are almost sold out! Ariel Waldman selfie by Ariel Waldman Ariel Waldman: The Future of Human Spaceflight Tuesday September 30, 02014 at 7:30pm at The Interval (doors at 6:30) Advanced Tickets are encouraged Download the Pathways to Exploration report Ariel Waldman has developed a unique career…  Read More

Revive & Restore Update at the Commonwealth Club September 18, 02014

by Andrew Warner on September 10th, 02014

On Thursday, September 18th, Ryan Phelan and Stewart Brand will be giving an update on the Revive & Restore project at the Commonwealth Club of California. The talk will explore the flagship project of Revive, The Great Passenger Pigeon Comeback, as well as several other projects that have come to fruition since Stewart gave his…  Read More

The Future Declassified at The Interval: Tuesday September 23, 02014

by Mikl Em on September 5th, 02014

Our next talk at The Interval takes as its subject the complexities of our collective global future: Mathew Burrows: The Future Declassified hosted by Paul Saffo Tuesday September 23, 02014 at 7:30pm at The Interval (doors at 6:30) Advanced Tickets are encouraged as space is limited The volatility of today’s world is apparent just by reviewing the day’s…  Read More