[extropy-chat] ExI Website - Your Comments
bret at bonfireproductions.com
Mon Oct 31 19:25:10 UTC 2005
Yes, I am this far behind in the list it would seem. I am fixating
somewhat, to be sure, but this is part of what I do. More percolating:
I know that the strength of the >H use tends to wax and wane. We also
tend to tread lightly as a group, and do not want to be branded by
the press or linked by society to the wrong elements. I know that
since the earliest magazine covers we have also had the outward-
spiral of Extropy. I'd like to focus on these for a moment.
Without stepping on toes I think that these or something needs to be
embraced as a more active brand. I see a lot of strength in either
form, but would like to re-consider part of the >H. Obviously,
greater-than human is an easy read and can lead to the wrong
assumption. But what if we altered it to include more information, to
change the value of the variable H as it were.
>H = >Human = >History?
>H with H being the span of civilization to this point, no matter
when 'this point' is taking place. Sort of summarizes the principles
or at least perpetual progress.
Not to be base, but seeing >H on a bumper in front of me at the toll
booth would be nice once in a while. Something I could put outside my
office as well.
On Oct 20, 2005, at 12:47 PM, Natasha Vita-More wrote:
> 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
> 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 Vita-More
> Cultural Strategist - Designer
> Future Studies, University of Houston
> President, Extropy Institute
> Member, Association of Professional Futurists
> Founder, Transhumanist Arts & Culture
> Honorary Vice-Chair, World Transhumanist Association
> Senior Associate, Foresight Institute
> Advisor, Alcor Life Extension Foundation
> 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 perspective.
> Buckminster Fuller
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