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Ready or Not (Doomsday talk in San Francisco)


January 04, 2013


Jamais Cascio @ “BAASICS.2:The Future” from Selene Foster on Vimeo.

This past June, I spoke at an event in San Francisco for a group called “BAASICS” (Bay Area Art & Science Interactive Collaborative Sessions). My talk—on the end of the world, and why it matters—was fairly brief (under 12 minutes), but reasonably fun. The HD video of the talk is now available at Vimeo, as well as embedded above.

Highlights include old favorites the Eschatological Taxonomy, Legacy Futures, and the Singularity!

And, as always, weird poses and gestures.


Likely title: “Come at me, Bro, I’ve got a targeted nano-plague!”


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Posted by Taiwanlight  on  01/05  at  10:56 AM

IEET, it's handy if you can mention how long videos last before we click on them. Ta ever so much.




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