External meeting: London Z Day 2010

  • March 13, 2010 · 1:00 PM

This event is organised by The Zeitgeist Movement and The Venus Project (ie not by me or by London Futurists) but may be of interest. I have registered and plan to attend. From
http://zmuk.eventbrit... 1pm-5pm, Sat 13th March The London Z Day event will be held at the Oliver Thompson lecture theatre from 1pm to 5pm and will consist of a series of presentations and screenings about topics related to TZM (The Zeitgeist Movement) and TVP (The Venus Project). The event will start with an introduction to TZM UK and the London Chapter and will then move on to presentations about futurism and technology, the singularity and the current economic landscape, activism and how to get involved, and then TVP taxi driver will talk about his experiences with passengers over the last six months. We hope to make this a fun event where members from all over the UK can participate and exchange ideas. There will also be a social gathering afterwards so that members can socialise and discuss important topics with other like minded people. Registration costs £4 via the EventBrite site Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre City University Northampton Square London United Kingdom EC1V 0HB

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  • David W.

    Josh - I agree that I would have prefered more time for Q&A. In many ways, the short amount of Q&A that took place was the most interesting part of the meeting.

    For a longer set of thoughts on the meeting, see my most recent blogpost, http://dw2blog.com/2010/03/15/imagining-a-world-without-money/

    // David W.

    March 15, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    I did enjoy it and met some people who i could have really inspiring conversations with but i feel the seminar as a whole completely went on a tangent from 'Zeitgeistism'. It was supposed to be a day to celebrate the Movement but most of it was focused on Mathematics and Sociology, surely they should have spend more time on Q&A and how the movement is progressing? Just my 2 (or 3) cents but as a whole it was worthwhile ;) J

    March 14, 2010

  • terence f.

    A worthy objective but oversimplified to a rabbke rousing level withstats very badly interpretted. There was no structure and papers and videos were boring. My scepticism has not been answered. In the idealised world who would work, and if all robots then humans are a waste of space as are their buildings, domestic animals and their transport systems. There was a lack of lectern with a microphone at a decent height for the stasnding speaker.

    March 13, 2010

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