Transhumanity Relaunched

Transhumanity has relaunched in a more weblog-like format. You'll see healthy life extension items there from time to time, but the focus is more on cutting-edge technological advancement and the philosophical underpinnings of transhumanism.

The editor is a balanced fellow in a community that varies all the way from minarchism to redistributive socialism (transhumanist debates on economics and politics are usually interesting affairs, to say the least) and does a good work. I helped with out a little with the last Transhumanity site design, but the new one is far better for today's online content community. Change is good, and you have to move with the times!

You'll find a short piece at the Longevity Meme that will bring you up to speed on the relevance of the transhumanist movement to healthy life extension and the fight to cure aging.


Thanks for the "balanced", it is what I aim for: some sense of measure, perhaps even some sense of humor, and thinking twice before saying things (thinking three times is even better).
We will not apply this extremely strict discipline to the Transhumanity blog though: reader submissione that are reasonably interesting and well written, and of course not rude or insulting, will be accepted and posted. Our plan is to give direct posting rights to trusted members (for example I have just upgraded your membership level to enable you to post directly to the Transhumanity blog, please test).

Posted by: Giu1i0 Pri5c0 at April 3rd, 2004 11:19 PM
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