Thursday 6th September, 2012
1:30pm to 1:55pm
Leila’s talk will cover everything from time-travel to world-endings exploring the curious way in which our experience of past, present and future is being rewritten.
For a generation growing up in the years before the Millennium, global futuristic fantasies - from the burgeoning internet to alien invasions - felt personal. The transition of centuries was weighted with expectation. But it came and went without incident because it never was about the jetpacks, it was about taking responsibility. This is a talk about how we lost the Future.
Tech resident at Site Gallery Sheffield, WIRED UK contrib, 50% @shiftrunstop, ed hackerspaper.com. Inventing things that don't work properly.
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