Monday, September 9, 02019: 7PM at the CIC Venture Café — Doors open @ 6pm — Come early and meet other Long Nowthinkers
Why did modern science ignite in 17th -century Western Europe when China, Islam, and India had been so much more advanced for 1,000 years? How does understanding the behavior we see in a glass of water help us understand the fate of companies and empires? How can we use these insights to help our institutions shape the next 1,000 or 10,000 years?
Safi Bahcall is the author of the 2019 NYT Bestseller — Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries
This annual intimate summer gathering is already famous for connecting local Long Now enthusiasts. This year we’ve raised the bar by welcoming some very special guests:
• Stewart Brand, co-founder of the Long Now Foundation • Esther Dyson, founder of Wellville and chairman of EDVenture Holdings • and Ryan Phelan, co-founder and executive director of Revive & Restore • Danny Hillis and Taylor Milsal, our hosts, will also be on hand.
All of them promise to share updates on current projects, and there will plenty of opportunity for discussion.
We look forward to seeing you soon, getting to know you better and looking at the world together through a Long Now lens.
Light refreshments served
$100/person — General Admission — only 20 Tickets available.
A wait list will start after initial tickets are spoken for; if additional spots become available, wait list folks will be contacted.
Tickets will be availably only from Meetup for this event.
[limited to 2 tix/person — non-transferrable; non-refundable]
members! We would like to hear from
Do you have an idea, a technology, an image, a story or an
artistic expression that provides insight of long-term significance to our
region or to our world? Would you like
to discuss it with members of the Long Now Boston community?
FLASH TALK INVITATION – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 11!!!
On May 6, 02019, Long Now Boston will be hosting an inaugural FLASH TALK FOR MEMBERS, starting at 7PM at the CIC Venture Café in Kendall Square. The event will be FREE and open to the public.