Long Now Boston fosters long-term thinking on the local and global level. We want to become a critical resource connecting the region’s domains of technology, arts, culture, commerce, science, and environmentalism. We encourage individual and collective responsibility in a time-scale of the next ten thousand years, and offer tools and resources to our future leaders.
- Long-Term Thinking—a Short-Term Priority - A Long Now Boston Conversation Author and Boston Globe editorial page editor Bina Venkataraman, on encouraging long-term thinking in a short-term-driven world. Monday, March 2, 02020, at the Cambridge Innovation Center. Moderated by author and scholar William Powers. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the conversation begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are available Eventbrite. DESCRIPTION “If no one else seems to care about… Read more
- Conscious Capitalism – A Radical Transformation of Business Culture (1/10/02020) - Conscious Capitalism – A Radical Transformation of Business Culture NOTE: Presentation starts early — at 6:30pm On Monday, February 3, 02020, Professor Raj Sisodia will review the history of capitalism and its challenges and explore the concept of “conscious capitalism” focused on higher purpose, long-term thinking and collaborative, enduring and empathic relationships among all stakeholders. …
- Long Now Boston FLASH TALKS 02020 ! (12/2/02019) - January 6, 7PM at the CIC Venture Café. Doors open at 6PM.Admission is free, but attendees must be registered: Tickets Here. Envisioning the Future! The following five selected presentations will serve as the starting point for conversation and discussion about the future of humanity. Post or Perish: In the future, celebrities will be from STEM fields. …
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