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Quote of the Day: David Graeber

by Casey Cripe on April 12th, 02021

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In Real Time

by Brittany Cox on March 23rd, 02021

How do you measure a year? As straightforward as this seems, it is a truly personal question to each of us. What comes to mind? Life, weather or seismic events, loss or gains, . . .   Read More

Long Now Member Ignite Talks 02020

by Casey Cripe on March 22nd, 02021

With thousands of members from all around the world, from artists and writers to engineers and farmers, the Long Now community has a wide range of perspectives, stories, and experience to offer. On October 20, 02020, we heard 12 of them in a curated set of short Ignite talks given by Long Now Members. . . .   Read More

Podcast: The Transformation | Peter Leyden

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on February 23rd, 02021

A compelling case can be made that we are in the early stages of another tech and economic boom in the next 30 years that will help solve our era’s biggest challenges like climate . . .   Read More

Evan “Skytree” Snyder on Atomic Priests and Crystal Synthesizers

by Michael Garfield - Twitter: @michaelgarfield on February 15th, 02021

Taking deep time into the music studio, a robotics engineer and midtempo producer uses modern tools to commune with rocks and send notes to the distant future . . .   Read More

The Time Machine

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on February 5th, 02021

Museums have an opportunity to play a constructive role in generating action on climate change. Long Now co-founder Brian Eno’s concept of The Big Here and Long Now can help.. . .   Read More

Podcast: Queering the Future | Jason Tester

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on February 4th, 02021

The Long Now Foundation · Jason Tester – Queering the Future: How LGBTQ Foresight Can Benefit All Jason Tester asks us to see the powerful potential of “queering the future” – how looking at the future through a lens of difference and openness can reveal unexpected solutions to wicked problems, and new angles . . .   Read More

Smithsonian acquires artwork based on Stewart Brand epigram

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on February 3rd, 02021

The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery has acquired a light sculpture based on quote from Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand’s book on long-term thinking, The Clock of the Long Now (01999) . . .   Read More

Nils Gilman Wins 12-Year Long Bet About Women in Sports, But It Was Closer Than The Final Score Suggests

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on January 27th, 02021

Nils Gilman, VP of Programs at the Berggruen Institute, Deputy Editor of Noema magazine, and a Long Now Speaker, has won a 12-Year Long Bet about Women in Sports. . . .   Read More

Imagining 02030

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on January 15th, 02021

Bases on the moon and colonies on Mars. The eradication of poverty. Catastrophic climate change. WIRED shares six visions of what the world of 02030 could look like. . .   Read More