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.
- Nov 1, 02021: Timescales and Contours of Extinctions: Past and Future - Nov 1, 02021: Timescales and Contours of Extinctions: Past and Future A Long Now Boston Community Conversation with Andrew Knoll, the Fisher Research Professor of Natural History at Harvard University and author of ‘A Brief History of Earth’ (02021). Date: Monday, Nov 1, 7:30 p.m. ETCIC doors open at 7 p.m., Zoom room opens at… Read more
- Sept 13, 02021: Make Time for the Future (9/3/02021) - Sept 13, 02021: Make Time for the Future Date: Monday, Sept. 13, 7:30 p.m. ETCIC doors open at 7 p.m., Zoom room opens at 7:15 p.m. for music and slidesThe conversation starts at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are available on Eventbrite: In Person and Zoom Long Now Boston has been meeting for five years. Now, as we in the Boston …
- June 7, 02021: Unsung Heroes of Technological Societies – The Maintainers (5/7/02021) - June 7, 02021: Unsung Heroes of Technological Societies – The Maintainers Zoom doors open @ 7:15PM — Come early and meet other Long Now thinkers.Tickets are available on Eventbrite.Presentation starts at 7:30PM A Long Now Boston Community Conversation with Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell, authors of The Innovation Delusion – How Our Obsession with the …
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