I wrote the Year 2000 FAQ back in 1995 to brief cities, communities and alliances on how the public was planning to mark the arrival of the Millennium.
Trace the History of Talk 2000 People have been talking about the year 2000 long before the Talk 2000 forum was launched. This essay introduces five key conversation threads about the millennial year, which have kept people talking about 2000 for the past 30 years. Threshold 2000 Trends 2000 Agenda 2000 Renewal 2000 Jubilee 2000 Threshold 2000 […]
From 1995 to 1999, I edited the leading turn of the millennium bulletin for civic leaders, academics and consultants called “Let’s Talk 2000.” Here are the monthly archives.
An appreciation of the environment, culture, and history as global systems is redefining millennialism from a religious fringe obsession to an intriguing new interdisciplinary theme.
You’re invited to the bash for the new millennium. Its fun, its a little frightening–and its starting now.
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Here is an early essay on what the turn of the millennium would bring by by Don Toppin, Canadian composer, educator and philosopher.
John Ohliger, the author of The Millennium Survival Kit, asks, Are we Ready for 2000?
Of all religious leaders approaching 2000, the pope was clearly the most articulate voice on the subject. He seems to have caught a vision for year 2000 celebrations before anyone else, and claimed the dynamic energized his papacy in a unique way.