Upcoming events

I will be making a quick trip to Northern California this February, for at least 3 events:

  • Book reading and book signing in Point Reyes, to be held at Point Reyes Books on Thursday, February 12.
  • I will be giving a talk at the Long Now Foundation on Friday, February 13, in San Francisco. The title of my talk is \”Social Collapse Best Practices.\”
  • Peak Oil get-together in SF the following Sunday!

9 Responses to “Upcoming events”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Hi Mr. Orlov, Will you be posting this lecture on line?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    The Long Now Foundation posts videos of their seminars on their web site. The one by Nassim Taleb is certainly worth watching.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Please provide transcript of the lecture, when available, for those who don\’t watch videos. Thanks

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Do you plan to lecture in New York City? If yes, when?By the way your last post is the best I have read on the subject.Прямо не в бровь а в глаз.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    It\’s relatively easy for me to get down to New York for a day and give a lecture. Please email me directly if you want to set something up.В глаз-то в глаз, но в коня ли корм?

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Hi Dmitry. I am very impressed with your thoughts and perfect language you are using. I wrote an article in Russian about you and your work. I want to send it to you. How can I do that? AK

  7. Anonymous Says:

    AK -My contact info is over on the right.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Hi DmitriI\’m in the Bay Area; can you please post details about the book reading/signing (times)? Will you be giving a \’talk\’ or just reading? Is anyone going to record it (video)? I could, if the time of day were compatible with my work schedule…

  9. Anonymous Says:

    Doors open 7:00pm, talk at 7:30pm lasting ~1.5 hours, Cowell Theatre in Fort Mason Center. Order advance tickets from LongNow.org to be sure to get a seat. I\’ll give a lecture based on my previous work, but updated for the collapse scenario that has been developing in recent months.

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