The Seminars About Long-term Thinking began in 02003 with a talk by one of our founding board members, Brian Eno. In that inaugural SALT talk, simply titled “The Long Now,” Eno described the way he came to the name for our organization.
Instant world news and the internet has led to increased empathy worldwide. But empathy in space has not been matched by empathy in time.
He reckoned that if we can’t help but live in the moment of the “now,” why not make that moment longer – a “Long Now.”
We’re very pleased to announce that Brian Eno will be returning to San Francisco to talk again, with Long Now co-founder and 10,000 Year Clock inventor Danny Hillis, to celebrate the beginning of the second decade of SALT talks this January 02014. Together, they’ll present “The Long Now, now” on January 21st, 02014 at the Palace of Fine Arts.
Members of Long Now will be able to reserve one complimentary ticket for this special evening, and purchase one additional ticket for a guest.
Members will also get advance notice of ticket availability; please note that the venue holds about 900 people. This event may sell out just through member tickets, so if you are considering membership, now is a great time to join and support Long Now and our mission to foster long-term thinking.
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