A Century of Challenges Stoneleigh lecture now available
By Ed Mitchell 7th October 2010
The much talked about ‘Stoneleigh’ lecture that raised so many hairs at the Transition Network conference this year is now available in a high quality streaming service from the Automatic Earth website for the reasonable sum of 12.50 USD.
For an idea of the ripples it caused, see the range of search results on her name on this site and others.
This is great news – it was a big lecture and had some powerful effects on people (the Transition Network staff were discussing its impact on the organisation’s strategy just yesterday).
We recommend you buy it and watch it. And be prepared to have a nice sit down and cup of tea with some people to talk about it afterwards. Then show it so some more people.
Here’s the information:…
Ilargi: There has been a huge amount of interest in Stoneleigh’s North American and European speaking of “A Century of Challenges”.
Not everyone can make it to these events, so, by strong popular demand, we have recorded the talk for viewing online. To ensure the best possible audio and video quality, we hired a professional media company to record and edit it. This has resulted in an interactive presentation that we feel proud of.
At this point in time, “A Century of Challenges” will be available only as a streaming file. That means you will not be able to download it to your computer or other device, and you will not need a box to put it in. We do plan to produce a DVD of the presentation at some time in the future (Christmas ?!), provided there’s enough interest.
The streaming file format we have opted for will cost you only $12,50. Purchasing it will give you unlimited access for as many repeated viewings as you desire. The process for ordering will be explained to you on the page you reach when you click RIGHT HERE or on the new button located in the right hand column of the TAE site, directly below the banner. We sincerely hope you enjoy the presentation, learn from it as well, and get back to us with your questions and remarks.