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Thursday, September 11 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
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Session Description: The Long Now Foundation will present an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at The Interval, our unique new space that is equal parts bar, museum, library, and café in historic Fort Mason Center. Executive Director Alexander Rose will discuss using entrepreneurial methods to achieve non-profit goals. In addition to a tour of the space he will give background on the design process of The Interval and Long Now's signature project, the 10,000 Year Clock. Attendees will enjoy some delicious Sightglass coffee and other samples from The Interval's menu. And since we are the last session of the day, we invite you to stick around afterwards and enjoy our drink menu and hospitality first-hand.


Alexander Rose

Executive Director, The Long Now Foundation

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Thursday September 11, 2014 4:30pm - 6:00pm
The Long Now Foundation 2 Marina Blvd Fort Mason Center Building A, San Francisco, CA, 94123
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  • Company Description The Interval café, bar, and museum is the latest project by The Long Now Foundation, a nonprofit that provides a counterpoint to today's accelerating culture and helps make long-term thinking more automatic and common, instead of difficult and rare.