Videos, presentation slides and a textual summary from our Tuesday webinar, “Logistics and Supply Chains: Four Timely Start-ups,” will be in the archive shortly.
Speaking of (virtual) events, calling all TTI/Vanguard members: Being in our own personal spaces is no excuse not to venture afield on a virtual TTI/Vanguard field trip at 1 pm EDT, Tuesday, May 26. This outing will be to the Long Now Foundation's home, The Interval, where Alexander Rose will share the organization's perspective on time, persistence, and responsibility, and provide both a video tour of the full-scale Clock of the Long Now, which is under construction in a mountain in western Texas, and an actual tour of an eight-foot prototype (Stewart Brand, Pasadena, Feb 2002). Register here: www.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_J7z0RofUSeeKiecK7uK9aw
To be sure, a number of supply chains are not exactly intact right now, notably the one that takes food from farms to our tables via grocery stores. Kroger is doing its part to redress that by buying hundreds of thousands of gallons of milk from dairy farmers and giving it to a national network of food banks