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Blog Archive for the ‘Audio’ Category

Rosetta Project featured on Radio National Australia’s “Lingua Franca”

by Laura Welcher on March 30th, 02012

The Rosetta Project was just featured in the radio show “Lingua Franca,” presented by Maria Zijlstra and broadcast on ABC Radio National Australia. The full program is available here as a podcast on the Lingua Franca website.

 

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Live Audio Streaming for the Seminars About Long-term Thinking

by Austin Brown on April 18th, 02011

For over seven years, Long Now has been producing the monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking in San Francisco. The series was started in order to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking and through those ideas, to help nudge civilization toward our goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common. . .   Read More

Kahle and Burtynski on the Long-term

by Alexander Rose - Twitter: @zander on May 2nd, 02009

 
 Spark radio show has a segment that includes interviews with Brewster Kahle on the Internet Archive, and Ed Burtynski about his idea for 10,000 photography and the Clock of the Long Now. . .   Read More

Long Now on Public Radio International

by Danielle Engelman on March 15th, 02009

 
The PRI show “To The Best of Our Knowledge” aired their weekly segment today on the subject of time.  They included a segment on Long Now.   You can listen via Podcast by clicking this link (it is the second of the three segments dated 3/13/02009. . .   Read More

ECOtime – stories from The ECOlogical Calendar

by Danielle Engelman on October 24th, 02008

ECOtime – stories from The ECOlogical Calendar- will debut on NPR starting this Friday October 24, as part of the weekly program Living On Earth.

This minute-long look at the natural phenomena occurring around us is narrated by Chris Hardman, creator of, and artist behind The ECOlogical Calendar.

As with the calendar, ECOtime is all. . .   Read More

Gavin Newsom interviews Stewart Brand

by Alexander Rose - Twitter: @zander on August 21st, 02008

 Stewart Brand and Mayor Gavin Newsom talk about mass urbanization, the effects on the environment, and nuclear power.

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Swollen Now

by Alexander Rose - Twitter: @zander on May 20th, 02008

The folks at Radio Lab have produced a good piece on time in general. It covers a lot of materia, some of it more campy than informative, but had some new info for me at least.

 

Spice Clock: A clock that tells you what time it is in the dark based on smells released. . .   Read More

Media Update

by Danielle Engelman on April 15th, 02008

– Craig Venter’s Long Now Seminar will be airing tomorrow, Thursday April 17th at 8pm in the usual KQED lecture slot (eg. Commonwealth and City Arts and Lectures) in the Bay Area

– Long Now was also featured in the nationally syndicated NPR Soundprint piece by Barbara Boegaev and Queena Kim in “Escape From Time” (click. . .   Read More