Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

Posts tagged with:  digital

By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jan 22

OnlySubs Episode 78: Questioning Digital DependenceĀ is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members Thinkspot It’s a little strange and a little personal to talk about, I suppose, but I had a weird dream recently that I wanted to share with you. I dreamed I was out in the wilderness, maybe the desert somewhere, and suddenly realized I didn’t have my smartphone with me. At first, I panicked. Then I relaxed, remembering that until quite recently, nobody had smartphones, and people usually found their way just fine nonetheless. In this episode of …

OnlySubs: Questioning Digital Dependence Read More Ā»

OnlySubs Episode 78: Questioning Digital DependenceĀ is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members Thinkspot It’s a little strange and a little personal to talk about, I suppose, but I had a weird dream recently that I wanted to share with you. I dreamed I was out in the wilderness, maybe the …

OnlySubs: Questioning Digital Dependence Read More Ā»


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Feb 20

“Digital storage is easy; digital preservation is hard.”-Stewart Brand, The Clock of the Long Now (01999)In March of 02019, MySpace, the one-time de facto social media network before the rise of Facebook, announced that it had lost 12 years’ worth of users’ songs, photos, and videos during a data migration. In emails to angry users who demanded to know what happened to their data, the company admitted there was no way to recover it. A sizable chunk of internet history was lost forever.MySpace’s data loss is a harbinger of what we at Long Now call a digital dark age. All of our digital …

The Permanent Legacy Foundation Wants to Preserve Your Digital Legacy for Future Generations Read More Ā»

“Digital storage is easy; digital preservation is hard.”-Stewart Brand, The Clock of the Long Now (01999)In March of 02019, MySpace, the one-time de facto social media network before the rise of Facebook, announced that it had lost 12 years’ worth of users’ songs, photos, and videos during a data migration. In emails to angry users who demanded to know what happened to …

The Permanent Legacy Foundation Wants to Preserve Your Digital Legacy for Future Generations Read More Ā»


Scroll to Top