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The Long Now Foundation
Fostering Long-term Thinking
Note from the editor

The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996 to develop the Clock and Library projects, as well as to become the seed of a very long-term cultural institution. The Long Now Foundation hopes to provide a counterpoint to today’s accelerating culture and help make long-term thinking more common. We hope to foster responsibility in the framework of the next 10,000 years.

Editors
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The Long Now Foundation
Fostering long-term thinking through projects like the 10,000 year clock; Rosetta Disk; Revive & Restore; Seminars, videos, podcast . longnow.org
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Stewart Brand
Stewart Brand is president of The Long Now Foundation and co-founder of Revive & Restore
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mikl em
I work for @longnow, live in San Francisco and write, produce, act, & drink creatively. I believe in poetry, radio, people & Cacophony (I am already a member)
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Ahmed Kabil
Multimedia Storyteller. Editor, The @LongNow Foundation. Say hi: med@well.com
Writers
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The Long Now Foundation
Fostering long-term thinking through projects like the 10,000 year clock; Rosetta Disk; Revive & Restore; Seminars, videos, podcast . longnow.org
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mikl em
I work for @longnow, live in San Francisco and write, produce, act, & drink creatively. I believe in poetry, radio, people & Cacophony (I am already a member)
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Ahmed Kabil
Multimedia Storyteller. Editor, The @LongNow Foundation. Say hi: med@well.com
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Andrea Saveri
Foresight, Engagement, Strategy
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Alexander Rose
Executive director of The Long Now Foundation, founder of The Interval Bar, builder of combat and cocktail robots, and large flamethrowers.
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Greg Miller
Science and technology journalist based in Portland, Oregon. Co-author of the book All Over the Map (National Geographic, 2018). @dosmonos