Support Long-term Thinking
Support Long-term Thinking

Blog Archive for the ‘Cities’ Category

A Tribute to the Late Larry Harvey

by Ahmed Kabil on May 1st, 02018

The late Larry Harvey, founder of Burning Man, on what makes the festival so unique. From Larry Harvey’s 02014 Long Now Seminar “Why The Man Keeps Burning,” which you can watch in full here. . .   Read More

Rick Prelinger Seminar Media

by Andrew Warner on December 22nd, 02015

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Lost Landscapes of San Francisco, 10
Wednesday December 9, 02015 – San Francisco

Video is up on the Prelinger Seminar page.
*********************
Subscribe to our Seminar email list for updates and summaries. . .   Read More

Rick Prelinger: Lost Landscapes of San Francisco (02013) — Seminar Flashback

by Mikl Em on December 29th, 02014

Rick Prelinger photo by Cory Doctorow
In December 02013 film archivist Rick Prelinger presented Lost Landscapes of San Francisco 8 for our Seminars About Long-term Thinking series. It’s been an annual tradition in our series since 02008. Click here to watch the full video. We do not publish audio podcasts for Lost Landscapes. . .   Read More

Larry Harvey Seminar Media

by Andrew Warner on November 5th, 02014

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Why The Man Keeps Burning
Monday October 20, 02014 – San Francisco

Video is up on the Harvey Seminar page.
*********************

Audio is up on the Harvey Seminar page, or you can subscribe to our podcast.
*********************

The Hundred Year. . .   Read More

Larry Harvey Seminar Primer

by Andrew Warner on October 13th, 02014

On Monday, October 20th, Larry Harvey speaks for Long Now on “Why The Man Keeps Burning,” as part of our monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking. Each month the Seminar Primer gives you some background about the speaker, including links to learn even more.

Burning Man started with humble beginnings in 01986 with 20 people. . .   Read More

Tony Hsieh Seminar Media

by Andrew Warner on May 11th, 02014

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Helping Revitalize a City
Tuesday April 22, 02014 – San Francisco

Video is up on the Hsieh Seminar page.
*********************

Audio is up on the Hsieh Seminar page, or you can subscribe to our podcast.
*********************

The downtown company – a. . .   Read More

Long Short: Burning Man Timelapse

by Andrew Warner on April 24th, 02014

Before each of our SALT talks, we show what we call a “Long Short”, a short film that exemplifies long-term thinking. We pick films that are thematically related to the Seminar of the evening, yet don’t have too much overlap with the main content. For Tuesday’s Seminar, we hosted Tony Hsieh, CEO. . .   Read More

Explore Urban Infrastructure at the MacroCity Conference, May 30-31

by Charlotte Hajer on April 15th, 02014

We rarely see in full the cities that we live in. Focused on our daily lives, urban dwellers are often only dimly aware of the numerous, enmeshed layers of critical infrastructure that quietly hum in the background to make modern life possible.
Come and explore the amazing stories and surprising histories to be found lurking. . .   Read More

Tony Hsieh Seminar Primer

by Charlotte Hajer on April 8th, 02014

Tony Hsieh is perhaps best known as a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur. He founded and then sold LinkExchange in the late 01990s, before going on to become CEO of online retail giant Zappos. But what Hsieh really does is build communities. Corporate tech is, for him, primarily a way to bring people together and foster. . .   Read More

Nature, Cities, and Long-term Thinking

by Charlotte Hajer on January 21st, 02014

photo by Tanya Hart
In 01995, Brian Eno surmised that the fast-paced uncertainty of life in New York City led people to retreat into the immediacy of their own private worlds. As a counterweight to this preoccupation with the “short now,” he posited the idea of “The Long Now” – and thus the name of. . .   Read More

1 2 3 6