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Whole Earth 50th Anniversary Celebration

50 years ago, Stewart Brand launched the Whole Earth Catalog — one of the cornerstones of the American counterculture.

The evening program of The Whole Earth Catalog 50th Anniversary Celebration was held on October 13, 02018, and featured conversations between Whole Earth Catalog contributors and contemporary wave-makers as they discussed the legacy of the Catalog and what the next 50 years might hold. Speakers included Ryan Phelan, Danica Remy, Rusty Schweickart, Kevin Kelly, Simone Giertz, Howard Rheingold, Chip Conley, Stephanie Mills, Stephanie Feldstein, Stewart Brand and Sal Khan.

The event was sponsored by the San Francisco Art Institute, WIRED, The Long Now Foundation, Ken and Maddy Dychtwald, Peter and Cathleen Schwartz, Stewart Brand and Ryan Phelan, Juan and Mary Enriquez, and Gerry Ohrstrom.

Learn more: about the Whole Earth Catalog 50th Anniversary Celebration.

Watch Whole Earth Flashbacks:, a documentary that profiles the creators of the Whole Earth Catalog and the community they inspired.

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“Whole Earth Catalog 50th Anniversary Celebration” was given on October 13, 02018 as part of Long Now’s Seminar series. The series was started in 02003 to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking from some of the world’s leading thinkers. The Seminars take place in San Francisco and are curated and hosted by Stewart Brand. To follow the talks, you can:

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