[extropy-chat] ExI Website - Your Comments

Brandon Reinhart transcend at extropica.com
Fri Oct 21 04:58:33 UTC 2005

I had to randomly guess how to sub to this list based on experience with
majordomo in the past. Under "Resources -> Global -> Extropy-Chat" there is
no link to "how to subscribe."


I like the layout of the rest.


Bring back the magazine. We need a magazine. Maybe a webzine (collection of
writings from bloggers, etc?).





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[mailto:extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org] On Behalf Of Natasha
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 11:48 AM
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Subject: [extropy-chat] ExI Website - Your Comments


Extropes, Transhumanists, futurists and all other list members - 

What do you think about the content, look and feel of Extropy Institute's
website located at http://www.extropy.org <http://www.extropy.org/>   

We launched the new site two months ago and so far, so good. But I would
like to hear from you, as your opinions and insights are valuable to us.
Please send your thoughts directly to me at natasha at extropy.org

Once I receive a dozen comments, I will post them to the list for further
review and commentary.

Thanks for working with us to realize Extropy's future.  We will be making
more and more changes before the end of the year and I want to make sure
that the Board is fully addressing your needs, concerns, and your vision for
the future.


Natasha  <http://www.natasha.cc/> Vita-More <http://www.natasha.cc/>  

Cultural Strategist - Designer 

Future Studies, University of Houston 

President, Extropy <http://www.extropy.org/>  Institute 

Member, Association <http://www.profuturists.com/>  of Professional

Founder, Transhumanist <http://www.transhumanist.biz/>  Arts & Culture 

Honorary Vice-Chair, World Transhumanist Association

Senior Associate, Foresight <http://foresight.org/>  Institute 

Advisor, Alcor Life Extension Foundation <http://alcor.org/> 

If you draw a circle in the sand and study only what's inside the circle,
then that is a closed-system perspective. If you study what is inside the
circle and everything outside the circle, then that is an open system

Buckminster Fuller

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