Posts Tagged ‘clock’
In the previous weeks I could give six short workshops for PGGM – a pension fund in the Netherlands – who had their week of ‘a valuable future’. Several workshops took place and one of them was my Timespiration workshop. The workshops were quite short in clocktime (40 minutes) but we could let the participants
The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996 (*) and has the mission to stimulate people to think in a longer terms. They hope to counterpoint to today’s mindset ‘faster/cheaper’ to a more ‘slower/better’ thinking. The Long Now Foundation organizes seminars, conferences, … to promote this vision. A very cool projects is a clock on
The human clock is a site which shows a photograph of the current time – with the photo changing every minute of the day (1.440 pictures a day). Craig Giffen started this site in 2001 and now people from all over the world send pictures with the time on to this site & hope to
One of the purposes of my book and blog Timespiration, is to make people more conscious of different types of time. In our Western world, we associate time -most of the time – with the clock. Certainly in these moments of change, organisations and people have to work more and more efficiently and do more
This is a nice overview of some creative clocks. I really like the whiteboard clock. And here’s the link to the other unique clocks.