Stewart Brand co-founded The WELL, Global Business Network, The Long Now Foundation, and Revive & Restore. He was the founder/editor of the Whole Earth Catalog and author of The Media Lab, How Buildings Learn, The Clock of the Long Now, and Whole Earth Discipline. Stewart Brand's Homepage; Stewart Brand's Wikipedia pag #281: Stewart Brand - The Polymath of Polymaths. Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) is the president of The Long Now Foundation, established to foster long-term thinking and responsibility.He leads a project called Revive & Restore, which seeks to bring back extinct animal species such as the passenger pigeon and woolly mammoth.. Stewart is very well known for founding, editing, and publishing The. Throughout humankind's history, we've driven species after species extinct: the passenger pigeon, the Eastern cougar, the dodo But now, says Stewart Brand, we have the technology (and the biology) to bring back species that humanity wiped out. So -- should we? Which ones? He asks a big question whose answer is closer than you may think Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) is the president of The Long Now Foundation, established to foster long-term thinking and responsibility. He leads a project called Revive & Restore, which seeks to bring back extinct animal species such as the passenger pigeon and woolly mammoth.Stewart is very well known for founding, editing, and publishing The Whole Earth Catalog (WEC), which changed my. Podcast America Hates Us. In today's podcast, I'm interviewing Danielle Achong of America Hates Us. AHUS was Founded in 2016 as a means to express politically and socially conscious messages through the tangible mediu
16:42 minutes. TED Talks series, FILMED JUN 2009 - POSTED JUL 2009 - TED@State The man who helped usher in the environmental movement in the 1960s and '70s, Stewart Brand, has been rethinking his positions on cities, nuclear power, genetic modification and geo-engineering.This talk at the US State Department is a foretaste of his major new book, sure to provoke widespread debate An introduction into Stewart Brand's pace layering model, from his work The Clock of the Long Now. Movement in this model leads to vast destruction or creation of market cap. We talk through how we identify where companies sit in the model, and when and why there might be movement How the 60s counterculture went on to make the techno-utopian ideology that suffuses our techno-dystopian reality. Dan interviews Fred Turner on his classic From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Learn more about Stewart Brand. Browse Stewart Brand's best-selling audiobooks and newest titles. Discover more authors you'll love listening to on Audible
Apple Podcasts Preview 225 episodes Explore hundreds of lectures by scientists, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and more through The Long Now Foundation's award-winning lecture series, curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog) About Stewart Brand's Talk. Stewart Brand, the man who helped usher in the environmental movement in the 1960s and '70s, has been rethinking his positions on cities, nuclear power, genetic. Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) is the president of The Long Now Foundation, established to foster long-term thinking and responsibility. He leads a project called Revive & Restore, which seeks to bring back extinct animal species such as the passenger pigeon and woolly mammoth Stewart Brand wrote a summary of a seminar given by Jane Langdale about how the efficiency of photosynthesis might be improved for some of the world's plants, particularly rice. Most plants use what's called C3 photosynthesis to produce sugars and starch, but the process is not very efficient
Stewart Brand and Paul Saffo will discuss the Pace Layers framework for how a healthy society functions, which Stewart introduced in his book The Clock of Long Now (01999). More than fifteen years after its debut, this concept continues to be influential and inspiring. From January 02015 The Living Dialogs podcast brings together scholars and thinkers to collectively reflect on living architecture and its implications for our changing world. In each episode, guests and listeners are invited to reflect on prompts designed to encourage thoughtful, in-depth discussion. 31:00 - Stewart Brand. Stewart Brand: One thing that surprised me about your work on this film, is I thought you would have just handed them a handful of cool things and they would then turn it into the right background at the right place from their standpoint. But it sounds like there was interaction, Jason and David, between you and Brian on some of these cuts . Guest on The Tim Ferriss Show. Stewart Brand is a writer, best known as the editor of the Whole Earth Catalog
In Part I of Alex Wise's Sea Change Radio conversation with Stewart Brand, Brand makes his case for expanding nuclear energy.In Part II, Brand takes an unexpected position on genetically modified organisms (GMOs), one which calls into question fundamental assumptions that underlie environmentalism itself. Stewart Brand is an American writer best known as the editor of the Whole Earth Catalog Stewart Brand has been at the forefront of multiple societal trends since the 1960s, and now he's trying to bring back the woolly mammoth and other species from extinction. We talk to the directors of We Are As Gods, David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg, about Stewart's life and the different inspirational movements he has been involved with . In an article titled The conversion from quarts to liters was incorrect in the podcast: she says a liter is a liter bit more than a quart as a joke but a quart is. The Jenell B Stewart podcast is a weekly lifestyle podcast designed to Educate, Empower and Engage. Episodes touch on various aspects of our lives including health & fitness, love & marriage, entrepreneurship, parenting, self love and more. My goal is to have you feeling uplifted and inspired after you listen to each episode After On Podcast This is a series of unhurried conversations with thinkers, founders, and scientists. . You can subscribe to the podcast within any podcast app. Simply use your app's search function (type in After On) to find & subscribe
. is president of the Long Now Foundation and co-founder of the Revive and Restore project in San Francisco. He edited the Whole Earth Catalog (1968-74) and his latest book is Whole Earth Discipline (2010). Brought to you by Curio, an Aeon partner. 4,700 words Edited by Ross Andersen Hello there! I'm Stuart Goldsmith. I interview the funniest people in the world, and ask them in depth about how they do it and how they cope with the challenges of a creative life. I've spoken with over 350 comics; people like Jimmy Carr, James Acaster, Stewart Lee, Sarah Millican, Sindhu Vee and Russell Howard Listen to this episode from On Books Podcast on Spotify. I love this book because while the subject of is buildings, it's really about time. What happens to the objects we create over time? Buildings inevitably change with time, but what makes some get better, while others get worse? To answer that question, Stewart Brand has organized hundreds of photos, and written a poetic narrative. T im Ferriss, who wrote the The Four Hour Work Week and gave a Long Now talk on accelerated learning in 02011, recently interviewed Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand on his podcast, The Tim.
. About Marquee Brands/Martha Stewart Stay foolish. - Stewart Brand Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) is the president of The Long Now Foundation, established to foster long-term thinking and responsibility. He leads a project called Revive & Restore, which seeks to bring back extinct animal species such as the passenger pigeon and woolly mammoth. Stewart is very well known for Stewart Brand (@stewartbrand) is the president of The Long Now Foundation, established to foster long-term thinking and responsibility. He leads a project called Revive & Restore, which seeks to bring back extinct animal species such as the passenger pigeon and woolly mammoth. This podcast is brought to you by Peloton, which has become a.
Stewart Brand. Stewart Brand: We Are (Still) As Gods. The former Merry Prankster and Whole Earth Catalog founder talks about psychedelics, computers, bringing back woolly mammoths, and his new. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world. curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog). Recorded live in San Francisco each month since 02003.
Stewart Brand didn't just happen to be around when the personal computer came into being; he's the one who put 'personal' and 'computer' together in the same sentence But in 1968, when the first issue of the Whole Earth Catalog hit the stands, so did Tom Wolfes's iconic psychedelia book The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test about the. The first edition of the Whole Earth Catalog appeared In 1968. Conceived by Stewart Brand as a user-curated selection of the best tools and ideas for living beyond the limits of suburban/corporate America, the Catalog was iconoclastic, visionary and widely influential. Published between 1968 and 1972, it won the National Book prize and was cherished reading in nearly every commune and dorm. One of the best ever - Check it out here - Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech - He got that quote from Stewart Brand's last issue of the Whole Earth Catalog. Well, Stewart recently did a podcast interview with Tim Ferriss that I highly recommend. Crazy amount of life lessons and knowledge can be gained Larry Brilliant at The Interval: From 01960s political protests to successfully eradicating smallpox, Brilliant recalls his long, strange trips around a changing world. His personal stories include icons of the last century from Steve Jobs to MLK to the Grateful Dead. Recollections of a visionary physician, technologist, and seeker, in conversation with Long Now's Stewart Brand with whom Dr. This podcast series is part of the British Council's Hello Shenzhen programme. It is a Lighthouse production. Lighthouse is an arts and culture agency, based in Brighton in the UK, producing, supporting and presenting new art, film, music, design and games. Music for this episode is by Audiobinger
But as Stewart Brand, a leader of the environmental movement back then, points out, efficiency changes in California have kept energy use the same, while still allowing the economy to double Welcome to Smart People Podcast! Thanks for checking out the website. We hope you are enjoying the podcast. I would love to hear you interview Stewart Brand. Thanks again..Willy Kaye. Reply. smartpeoplepodcast. February 14, 2011 at 8:52 pm Willy, thanks so much for the kind words! After doing some research on Stewart Brand, we are going. . The counterculture icon Stewart Brand continues to embrace an outside-the-box approach to the future; As Anthropocene impacts accumulate, a.
How the 60s counterculture went on to make the techno-utopian ideology that suffuses our techno-dystopian reality. Dan interviews Fred Turner on his classic From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the. 23:00 minutes. TED Talks series, FILMED FEB 2010 - POSTED JUN 2010 - TED2010 Nuclear power: the energy crisis has even die-hard environmentalists reconsidering it. In this first-ever TED debate, Stewart Brand and Mark Z. Jacobson square off over the pros and cons. A discussion that'll make you think -- and might even change your mind Drawing on thousands of years of medical texts and recent cutting-edge studies in pulmonology, psychology, biochemistry, and human physiology, journalist James Nestor questions the conventional wisdom of what we thought we knew about our most basic biological function, breathing. Nestor tracks dow
A long-term thinking lecture series from The Long Now Foundation: these hour long talks are recorded live at The Interval, our bar / cafe / museum in San Franc Transcript. Robert Wiblin: Hi listeners, this is the 80,000 Hours Podcast, where each week we have an unusually in-depth conversation about one of the world's most pressing problems and how you can use your career to solve it. I'm Rob Wiblin, Director of Research at 80,000 Hours. People who follow me on social media will know that I've been vocally skeptical about the value of bitcoin.
SECAUCUS, N.J., May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading fashion retailer Ashley Stewart, Inc. is proud to announce the appointment of Lloyd Boston as Chief Creative Officer (CCO). Boston will assume. Stewart Tavener from Extinct Audio and Xaudia chats to Drew Stephenson about the origins of his companies and how he became a ribbon microphone specialist with his own range of products. Stewart Tavener first became interested in audio equipment in his teens, recording with a four-track tape. Brand is the author of many pioneering books including SALT Summaries: Condensed Ideas About Long-term Thinking (Long Now Press, August 2011), and Whole Earth Discipline: An Ecopragmatist Manifesto (Viking Adult, October 2009), in which Stewart tackles controversial issues such as nuclear power, genetic engineering, and. Stewart Brand coined the term personal computer and the phrase information wants to be free. He organized the first Hackers Conference and founded The Well, one of the earliest social networks. He talks about these and other events in his life as one of the most innovative minds in Silicon Valley
Stewart Brand, Founder and Publisher, The Whole Earth Catalogue; Co-founder, The Long Now Foundation; Co-founder, The WELL; Co-founder, Global Business Network. Over the past four decades, invincible rabble-rouser Stewart Brand has spent time anticipating cultural revolutions and launching a medley of new ideas, movements, organizations, and communities In this episode of Stuck@Om, I chat with John Markoff, a renowned technology reporter for The New York Times.John currently devotes his time to writing a biography of Stewart Brand, a writer, editor, and entrepreneur who is famous for saying, We are as gods and we might as well get good at it According to Stewart Brand, a lifelong environmentalist who sees everything in terms of solvable design problems, three profound transformations are under way on Earth right now. Climate change is real and is pushing us toward managing the planet as a whole Subscribe to the podcast! iTunes RSS Feed. Get the latest from 99pi each week in your inbox. It reminded me (some counterpoint, some congruence) of Stewart Brand's How Buildings Learn. If you haven't read it, you are in for *such* a treat. And surely there's the germ of an episode waiting to be discovered in Brand's dark black.
Codifyre is a blogcast with a focus on breaking down often misunderstood technologies into bite size digestible chunks for anyone from software coders to university students and grads to sales teams looking to get up to speed with emerging trends. software coders to university students and grads to sales teams looking to get up to speed with emergin In a special bonus episode of the podcast Crazy/Genius, the computer scientist and data journalist Meredith Broussard explains how technochauvinism derailed the dream of the digital revolution Scott Simon interviewed Stewart Brand, an icon of the US environmental movement on Weekend Edition for Saturday, February 20, 2010. He asked some probing questions and Brand gave some clear responses that are worth listening to and understanding. Brand is an excellent communicator and has a savvy media presence that is worth emulating Stewart Brand: Might well be space solar. Because the main problem with solar on the Earth's surface is that it is so intermittent, and we don't have decent storage yet. Podcast Promo. Stewart Brand, the last time that I listened to him, said something fantastic. He said, Nature bats last. Andy, thanks for coming on the podcast. Jim, it was a blast — thank you. Learn.
Stewart Brand was at the heart of 60s counterculture and is now widely revered as the tech visionary whose book anticipated the web. We meet the man for whom big ideas are a way of lif Stewart Brand, a pioneer of the 1960s environmental movement, tells Tom Sutcliffe that the green agenda is becoming outdated and sentimental, arguing that science and technology are the answer to. The Pirahã, a remote Amazonian tribe with little outside contact, have attracted the attention of mainstream media, scientists, zen buddhists, professors of. Stewart Brand / Getty Images Santi Ruiz • March 21, 2021 5:00 am A sense of techno-optimism pervades We Are As Gods , a new biopic on the environmental icon, futurist, and iconoclast Stewart Brand In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. In this series Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna (of the Missing Maura Murray and Crawlspace podcasts) will dig as.
He took some time to share the story of founding the company and building the brand this week on the On Brand podcast. Enjoy This Episode Now. Download Episode; Subscribe via iTunes; Subscribe via Stitcher; About Jeremy Stewart. Jeremy is the founder of Hari Mari flip flops - a Dallas-based sandal brand he launched in 2012 with his wife, Lila Presenter: Regular listeners to the programme will have followed our coverage of the trial of Martha Stewart, one of the best-known women in America, leading to her conviction on charges of having lied to federal investigators.Stewart's company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, is described as a 'lifestyle media and merchandising giant', producing everything from books and magazines to TV. Martha will champion the brand in ad campaigns that will span across digital, television, podcast, and radio, as well as act as a brand spokesperson. My cats are cherished members of the family, and no one understands that better than PrettyLitter, said Martha Stewart STAR TREK's Gates McFadden Launching a Brand New Podcast. by Eric Diaz. Apr 14 2021 • 1:50 PM. Created with Sketch. Wesley Crusher. Hey, all we need now is Sir Patrick Stewart and Michael.
In this segment, he quotes Stewart Brand, founder of The Whole Earth Catalog, the early online community called The WELL, and several other notable projects. And Brand's advice on accepting. PrettyLitter, a direct-to-consumer litter company that is designed to help identify cat health problems, has brought on lifestyle expert Martha Stewart to help champion the brand.This will include ad campaigns that will span across digital, television, podcast and radio. Stewart will also act as a brand spokesperson, officials said in a statement Stewart Brand's How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built. Why Solid, why now? Solid: Local in Boston — and upcoming in San Francisco. MarkForged carbon fiber 3D printer. Rethink Robotics. Ryan Cunningham's Strata session; Subscribe to the O'Reilly Radar Podcast through. The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996* to encourage and foster long-term thinking and responsibility through a variety of projects including a clock designed to last 10,000 years (now being. San Francisco. 305 Tracks. 1128 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from The Long Now Foundation on your desktop or mobile device
Podcast Dayton, Ohio Area 179 connections. Join to Connect Jarenn Stewart. Jarenn Stewart Brand Policy Guest Control On Books Podcast - The Social Good Book Series with Zander Rose of The Long Now - A weekly podcast about life-changing books. (Science Books and Education) Discover 5 alternatives like On Books #23 - The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm and On Books #24 - Bringing up Bebe by Pamela Druckerma Stewart Brand's original inspiration for the Catalog was helping his friends who were starting their own civilization hither and yon in the sticks. This series is likewise designed to help visionary friends, but where his friends were living off-the-grid, my friends are creating the programming environments of the future Today, Ashley Stewart says its more than a brand, its a movement. The nearly 30-year-old company has attracted a passionate following among its core base, African American women size 12 and up
The Lindisfarne Tapes are a collection of conversations with visionary thinkers about culture, society, economy, and technology. The late William Irwin Thompson first convened the Lindisfarne gatherings in the early 1970s, yet the conversations have maintained their relevance, informing a new generation of thinker/activists. Our colleagues David Fix and Caleb Stone have begun the process of.
That same year, Martha Stewart Inc., was renamed Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. to house a successful cable television show, a syndicated newspaper column, how-to books, a radio show, and an Internet presence — basically, the Martha Stewart brand as we now know it Jon Stewart is getting the gang back together to take on a new mission on Capitol Hill. After successfully fighting to make the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund permanent just two years ago, the. (Updated 2021) Here are 47 books that Joe Rogan has recommended & mentioned. We included all the sources too How to learn from the past. By John Dearing, Sander van der Leeuw, Solutions Showing how the present has come into being but remains continually connected to the past allows us to create what Stewart Brand has called a long now—a perspective that allows us a more complex understanding of the long-term social, economic, and environmental challenges that all civilizations have faced Stewart Brand is president of the Long Now Foundation, a group dedicated to taking a 10,000-year view of humanity and one that's produced some neat ideas in the past, such as the clock of the.
Martha Stewart has always been on top of trends, often setting them herself. Before she became a social media star (and landed a show with Snoop Dogg) she was known as a pioneer in the print.