Long Now would like to thank author Neal Stephenson (author of Anathem, The Baroque Cycle, and Snow Crash amongst others) for contributing to the Long Now Salon. Neal’s generosity helped us surpass $185,000 in funds raised for Salon construction. We are especially thrilled that he will be speaking in Entish when he visits.
Just supported @LongNow Salon so that I can have conversations in Old Entish when I am visiting SF http://t.co/KH9S3NRc8R ? via @longnow— Neal Stephenson (@nealstephenson)
In the past week we’ve also received gifts to the Salon project from two other noted authors: scientist and Hugo, Locus, Campbell, and Nebula Award-winning science fiction writer David Brin, and former Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine Chris Anderson the author of The Long Tail, Free, and Makers: The New Industrial Revolution.
Support long-term thinking! Help the @longnow Foundation brickstart a new salon at Fort Mason https://t.co/yLZr8SOkmV
— David Brin (@DavidBrin) June 25, 2013
I'm helping build the @LongNow Salon, a beautiful place for long-term thinking http://t.co/5mayIFuFW0 will you join me? via @longnow
— Chris Anderson (@chr1sa) June 29, 2013
Thanks so much to them and to more than 130 of you who have contributed to the Long Now Salon so far.
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