[x] LIKE! :)That was pretty much my thought when I used to live in Extropia. ...but I really liked the architecture, so I kept my mouth shut.
Oh, mercy! I don't know much about transhumanism, but it just doesn't necessarily sound good, ya know?I got a real laugh out of this, Chey. Thanks!
Thanks Whatcha. I needed that!Larke, I don't have a kick against transhumanism, I think we're all transhumanists just for being in world, but I do have a problem with clulessness.
Hi, again! I fear that my earlier comment came off as a bit harsh - not to mention, clueless. Since then, I've done a little reading and have chatted with a couple of people who are exploring trashumanism. Like most everything I encounter in SL, I find it at least somewhat fascinating. I do have a lot to learn - about transhumanism, a whole-great-big-bunch-of-other-things, and how to be a wee bit less impetuous in what I say - and how I say it.Perhaps you needed Whatcha's comment, Chey, but I needed yours. Thanks!
Thanks, Larke.I think my biggest transhumanist frisson moment was when I had two avatars in the same place at the same time. One was me, the other my alt Dakota, who is useful for testing perms and things like that-- but quickly acquired a personality and style of her own.Here was a new way of being human-- being TWO people, even if virtual.I sure wish the people at that SL transhumanist conference had talked about stuff like that.
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