Tag Archives: Second Life

Terasem GN8 Virtual Workshop in Second Life, July 20, 2012

I look forward to seeing you at the Terasem virtual workshop in Second Life on July 20. The workshop tales place every year in Second Life on the anniversary of the first Apollo landing on the Moon. Let’s develop Geoethical Nanotechnology, go back to the Moon, and then onward to the stars and beyond! This year’s program is very interesting and you will meet some great visionaries and thought leaders. See this post for practical help. I am Eschatoon Magic in Second Life, feel free to text me if you need help. Continue reading Terasem GN8 Virtual Workshop in Second Life, July 20, 2012

Terasem update, online Hangouts and Second Life conference (July 20)

Terasem holds its yearly conference in Second Life on July 20, and its monthly gathering on the 10th of each month via Google+ Hangouts. I thought yesterday’s hangout was at 9am EST as usual, and didn’t realize it was one hour later. I had a scheduled conference at 10am EST, so unfortunately I could not attend. But thanks to Hangouts On Air technology, I can watch the recording on YouTube. Continue reading Terasem update, online Hangouts and Second Life conference (July 20)

Welcome to avatar extraordinaire, transhumanist thinker Extropia DaSilva

I am happy to see the first essay by avatar extraordinaire, transhumanist thinker Extropia DaSilva on the Turing Church magazine. Read Extropia’s “Holy Singularity!” Her short low-profile bio sketch says just “Extropia DaSilva is a digital person, currently residing in Second Life. Her purpose is to explore how NBIC technologies are redefining concepts of self. She chairs the Thinkers discussion group,” but I want to say something more. Continue reading Welcome to avatar extraordinaire, transhumanist thinker Extropia DaSilva

Future Day

In my talk at the lively Future Day event yesterday at Terasem in Second Life, I said:

Future Day should be all about a positive can-do attitude, a great excitement about a sexy, radically better future enabled by emerging technologies, and the drive to get out of bed in the morning, roll our sleeves up, and actually go and build this future. Some lucky people are natural born optimists, but most of us find positive thinking difficult and need a little motivational boost now and then. I think Future Days can play an important role. Continue reading Future Day