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  1. Quotidian Public Radio #3: Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment” on Huffduffer

    Posted Wednesday, Feb 4, 2009

    Social Media expert, Dr. Robert Chandler (onFocus University), joins Connor to discuss web-based community and user-generated content. He also takes a few calls from QPR listeners.

    [Show Link](http://qpr.tumblr.co

    https://huffduffer.com/lickel/108258

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  2. Canvas #36: Wishes for iOS 11 - Relay FM

    This week Fraser and Federico welcome special guest Merlin Mann to discuss opportunities for improvements that may - or may not - arrive in iOS 11.

    https://www.relay.fm/canvas/36

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  3. Frank Ostaseski: What the Dying Teach the Living - The Long Now

    Will Hearst • David and Abby Rumsey • Kim Polese • Shel Kaphan • Garrett Gruener •

    Stream Guys Media Streaming • The Libra Foundation • Peter Baumann • Brian Eno • Greg Stikeleather • Richard and Angie Thieriot • Nion McEvoy • Cameo Wood • Susie Tompkins Buell Fund • Panta Rhea Foundation • Patrick Tufts • Ping Fu • Peter Schwartz • The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation • Dean Ornish • The Long Now Membership

    We would also like to recognize George Cowan (01920 - 02012) for being the first to sponsor this series.

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    Seminars About Long-term Thinking is made possible through the generous support of The Long Now Membership and our Seminar Sponsors.

    We offer $5,000 and $15,000 annual Sponsorships, both of which entitle the sponsor and a guest to reserved seating at all Long Now seminars and special events.

    In addition, we invite $15,000 Sponsors to attend dinner with the speaker after each Seminar, and $5,000 Sponsors may choose to attend any four dinners during the sponsored year.

    For more information about donations and Seminar Sponsorship, please contact donate@longnow.org.

    We are a public 501(c)(3) non-profit, and donations to us are always tax deductible.

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