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Monday, May 01, 2006

Audio of the Day: The Long Now Foundation Seminars

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The Long Now Foundation Seminars

- Vision: Wikipedia and the Future of Free Culture
- The Next 100 Years of Science: Long-term Trends in the Scientific Method
- Perfect Order: A Thousand Years in Bali
- Nuclear Power, Climate Change and the Next 10,000 Years
- The View from the End of the World
- Making Digital Durable: What Time Does to Categories
- The Difficulty of Looking Far Ahead
- Kurzweil's Law
- Patient Revolution: Human Rights Past and Future
- How Societies Fail-And Sometimes Succeed
- The 2ist Century Medieval City
- Time Capsule Behavior
- Cities & Time
- Very Long-term Very Large-scale Biomimicry
- The Political History of North America from 25,000 BC to 12,000 AD
- Religious War In Light of the Infinite Game
- The Consequences of Human Life Extension
- The Prospects of Human Life Extension
- The Long Green
- Progress on the 10,000-year Clock
- The Depopulation Problem
- The Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence: Necessarily a Long-term Strategy
- The Singularity: Your Future as a Black Hole
- Mapping Time
- Third World Conservation: It's ALL Gardening
- The Asteroid Threat Over the Next 100,000 Years
- Long-term Policy Analysis
- There's Plenty of Room at the Top: Long-term Thinking About Large-scale Computing
- The Art Of The Really Long View
- The Long Now

George Dyson, Peter Schwartz, Brian Eno, Bruce Sterling, Danny Hillis, Stewart Brand, Jared Diamond, Ray Kurzweil, Freeman Dyson, Esther Dyson, Clay Shirky, Kevin Kelly, Jimmy Wales

The Long Now
"The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996* to develop the Clock and Library projects, as well as to become the seed of a very long term cultural institution. The Long Now Foundation hopes to provide counterpoint to today's 'faster/cheaper' mind set and promote 'slower/better' thinking. We hope to creatively foster responsibility in the framework of the next 10,000 years."

The Long Now Foundation - Google Video

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