@paanvaannd Aerospace medicine sounds awesome too.

My game actually has to be done by February because I'm presenting it at a conference. I'll keep you posted.

Some good articles:
plato.stanford.edu/entries/aka
wired.com/story/should-faceboo

And books:
The Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, by Steven Levy
The Singularity is Near, by Ray Kurzweil
The Dark Net, by Jamie Bartlett

This is a thing now:

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@twsh Thanks! It can go in a lot of different directions, but my current projects include:

Figuring out the potential environmental impact of the transhumanism movement

Formalizing the hacker ethic and its relationship to African philosophy of the person.

Developing a computer game about a guy who realizes he's in a game, and the game isn't solvable as written so you have to dig into the code and change it to win.

Detangling the whole thing about free speech on the internet.


Attorney, programmer, PhD candidate in philosophy.
Working on a dissertation about free speech online.
Interested in everything computers, law, and philosophy, and excited about decentralized social media.

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