Buchanan St & Marina Blvd
San Francisco, California 94123

The Long Now Foundation's monthly series Seminars About Long-term Thinking

Dmitry Orlov presents
Social Collapse Best Practices

Born in Leningrad, author Dmitry Orlov observed firsthand much of the Soviet Union's collapse.

His most recent book, Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet Example and American Prospects, draws out the parallels between the USSR of the '80s and the USA of today, while paying attention to what makes each unique.

Orlov suggests ways to mitigate and adapt to the coming crisis and stresses that change will be inevitable, but that opportunities abound.

The Seminars About Long-term Thinking were started in 02003 to build a coherent, compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking, to help nudge civilization toward Long Now's goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare.

Seminar hosted by Stewart Brand.

Friday, February 13, 02009
Doors open 7:00pm, talk at 7:30pm lasting ~1.5 hours

The Cowell Theater at
Fort Mason Center, Pier 2
San Francisco, CA 94123

Our Seminars can sell out - there are now 2 ways to make sure you get a seat:

* Members of Long Now can reserve a seat +1 for a guest, HERE http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/55707

* You can purchase Tickets for $10 HERE http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/55707

Please note Members and Ticket holders: if you arrive after 7:25 we may not be able to seat you in the theater.

All tickets and RSVP's are Will-Call; advance sales and RSVP's end at 3:00pm on 2/13/09.

Please allow time for traffic, parking, walking to the theater and check-in.
The Seminar will be simulcast in the lobby with free overflow seating and extra seats in the theater will be released right before the lecture starts.

There will be a reception at The Long Now Museum & Store following the Seminar.

For more information contact:
Danielle Engelman
Community Development Director
[email protected]
415.561.6582 x1

Official Website: http://longnow.org

Added by Long Now on January 13, 2009