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#61 Avatar of Horus

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 03:17 PM

I am a 33 years old man.
I can do biological/medical research, computer programming (general, internet, 3D, bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence), stock market monitoring and trading, text writing, and some design/engineering and organizing.
Also I am a fast learner, so I can expand my expertise in any other area if the need arises.

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#62 Droplet

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 08:20 AM

I am a 33 years old man.
I can do biological/medical research, computer programming (general, internet, 3D, bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence), stock market monitoring and trading, text writing, and some design/engineering and organizing.
Also I am a fast learner, so I can expand my expertise in any other area if the need arises.

Very good skills there. Thanks. :)

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 03:39 PM

Jasmine1152 - Virtualization, Networking, Infrastructure Engineer. Strong in all technical areas except web, where I am average. No programming skills beyond basic scripting. Tech Journalist. Practical knowledge of medicine especially neuropsychopharmacology, diagnostic medicine, metabolism and epidemiology. Strong writer both technical and persuasive. Strong interpersonal skills, public speaking, interviewing, etc. Workaholic. Victory addict. Primary interests are technology and biology, especially where the two topics touch and intermingle. Strong interest in nanotechnology, nootropics, materials science. Organizer, brainstormer, complex system interactions and design work is my particular strength. Works well in details and in big picture. Needs grounding sometimes. Kiersey Personality Type: Rational Field Martial (ENTJ) (http://www.advisorte...32694&pid=91274).

Interested in contributing. Willing to use journalistic pull to draw attention to transhumanist subjects. My twitter account promotes both my technology journalism and my strong beliefs in transhumanism as well as future transhuman development.
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#64 Droplet

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 02:17 PM

Superb array of skills and strengths as well as being in full support of our cause! :-D

Excellent Jasmine...perhaps you want to put down your Twitter in case others here use Twitter too and wish to follow you?

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 02:19 PM

Goodbye anonymity: I'm @jasminemctigue

Followers can expect to see an eclectic mixture of tweets on business technology, transhumanist initiatives, and rights activism =)

My publications are available online.

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 02:21 PM

Goodbye anonymity: I'm @jasminemctigue

Followers can expect to see an eclectic mixture of tweets on business technology, transhumanist initiatives, and rights activism =)

My publications are available online.

It was me who asked, not Goodbye anonymity. :-D Thanks for that though, I'm sure there are some Twitter users here somewhere.

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 02:29 PM

Apparently I need a few more posts to change my display name. The press is never anonymous LOL.

Twitter is a useful tool. I use an application called tweetdeck. In it, I run searches, one per column. For instance, #transhuman #posthuman #singularity #h+ #evolution. For my tech work I use tags like #virtualization, #automation, etc.

Whenever anyone tweets something which contains that hashtag, I see it on my deck and can respond, or retweet it.

Some great transhumanist tweeters to follow:


Oracle @MikeAnissimov My fav.
Dirrogate @Dirrogate We disagree on a lot but he's definitely a maven.
Metavalent Stigmergy @metavalent broad topics of interest.
content @content this one keeps up on tech mostly.
Mormon Transhumanist @transfigurism these guys kill me, but at least they're on board.

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 05:28 PM

I work mostly with electrical engineering, but have 9 years of experience as an technician. I can make automated processes happen, with full remote control and supervision.

I liked Quanticos suggestion about an easygoing billionaire. A good first step would be to have some members with experience from financing other type of projects to make a pro businessplan that can be presented to possible investors. Quite sure they would be interested in knowing exactly how the money would be spent, and what results that are realistic. Maybe start of with some of the more down to earth ideas :)



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Posted 10 April 2013 - 01:47 PM

Apparently I need a few more posts to change my display name. The press is never anonymous LOL.

Twitter is a useful tool. I use an application called tweetdeck. In it, I run searches, one per column. For instance, #transhuman #posthuman #singularity #h+ #evolution. For my tech work I use tags like #virtualization, #automation, etc.

Whenever anyone tweets something which contains that hashtag, I see it on my deck and can respond, or retweet it.

Some great transhumanist tweeters to follow:


Oracle @MikeAnissimov My fav.
Dirrogate @Dirrogate We disagree on a lot but he's definitely a maven.
Metavalent Stigmergy @metavalent broad topics of interest.
content @content this one keeps up on tech mostly.
Mormon Transhumanist @transfigurism these guys kill me, but at least they're on board.

Thanks for that, Jasmine. :) I'm sure some people will really benefit here.

I work mostly with electrical engineering, but have 9 years of experience as an technician. I can make automated processes happen, with full remote control and supervision.

I liked Quanticos suggestion about an easygoing billionaire. A good first step would be to have some members with experience from financing other type of projects to make a pro businessplan that can be presented to possible investors. Quite sure they would be interested in knowing exactly how the money would be spent, and what results that are realistic. Maybe start of with some of the more down to earth ideas :)

You're thinking big and you already have some good skills there. Brilliant. :cool:

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Posted 10 April 2013 - 09:01 PM

I certainly hope to participate in putting an end to involuntary death! Here's some of my skillsets, hopefully they can fit into this ambitious mission statement!
My general skillsets: Joomla website design, SEO, event marketing, video content, ad copy writing, podcasting, B2B tech sales, I speak Spanish
My specific skillsets: online ecommerce systems (creating marketplaces), Google maps API integration, writing sales telemarketing scripts, creating educational websites, nightclub mobile marketing strategy, creating really killer headlines and taglines, podcast audience retention ecampaigns, split testing craigslist ads, websites for firearms related companies (might not be good for ending involuntary death), dual n-back cognitive training, self control training, breakdancing
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Posted 12 April 2013 - 06:40 PM

Excellent, jroseland, you have a diverse set of skills! :) Breakdancing...maybe one day we'll have a Longecity dance troupe. ;)

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Posted 13 April 2013 - 12:54 PM

At this point I realize I have no fully developed skills relevant to Longecity goals. Nonetheless, that is about to change in the next years as a part of my ongoing academic education in Neuroscience.

My non directly relevant, humble, skills could be: Interested in dietary supplements and nootropics, Spanish and English languages, good with computer hardware, some Psychology knowledge, being an intellectual oriented person, love for knowledge and science and experience working with the public (receptionist).
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Posted 15 April 2013 - 06:12 PM

Goodbye anonymity: I'm @jasminemctigue

Followers can expect to see an eclectic mixture of tweets on business technology, transhumanist initiatives, and rights activism =)

My publications are available online.

It was me who asked, not Goodbye anonymity. :-D Thanks for that though, I'm sure there are some Twitter users here somewhere.



Just getting started with twitter as of late. twitter isn't so bad now that there are immortalists and transhumanists in the mix.

#74 dy1an

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 06:12 AM

dy1an - creative thought consultant
i accept my fate

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 07:17 PM

dy1an - creative thought consultant
i accept my fate

Does accepting your fate mean you're not interested in helping us to fight aging? I won't hate you if that is indeed your stance. Would be a shame though...creative thought is always needed here. :)

#76 Avatar of Horus

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 09:06 PM

...creative thought is always needed here. :)

This is a good reflection, referring to an important necessity, so I agree.
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Posted 30 April 2013 - 05:57 AM

Liu Zhimin, was born in 1973, graduated from Peking University in business administration.1997 to 2002, Hebei Friends of Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd. Director of the Office of the Director of Assessment Office, the Minister of Production and Security Minister; from 2002 to 2006, the production manager of Handan Asia Sheng Chemical Co., Ltd.; 2006 and 2008, Handan Asahi Chemical Co.,production manager and technical advisor of the company, successful development Versatate nine, and successfully market; 2008 and 2010, through self-study, to obtain ISO certification auditors; 2010 to 2012, the Handan Yu Shuo chemical trading company sales manager.


We aim to supply our customers with high Quality Products, including AM-2201, JWH-122, CP497, RCS-4, MDAI and so on. For each product supplied by us, we have strict quality standards, our QC supervisor will strictly check to ensure every product has a high quality.


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HanDan YuShuo Chemical Co., Ltd.

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#78 YOLF

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:04 PM

It's great to have people from China volunteering to help out. China is a powerhouse of getting stuff done faster and cheaper and a movement for life extension in China would definitely have some great results. I am eager to see China "jyah you" or "add gas" to the movement as the expression for "getting it done" goes in Chinese.

Jyah you! China Jyah you!

You should also introduce yourself in the introductions forum. Your post could use a little work though, it's not clear what you're offering to do to help out.
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#79 Droplet

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Posted 03 May 2013 - 06:11 AM

Yes, cryonicsculture is right on this, your post does need touching up a bit. :) Thanks for expressing interest to help us though.

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 04:17 PM

Gannons
Training licensed paramedic (PCP), Lifeguard (NLS, WSI, LSI, AER, and HCP CPR)
​ Experience: over ~300 Medic calls, ran the hiring processes/in-house training course for the pool company I worked at, ran a pool with +600 people in it w/ 30+ guards, tutor for medics currently going through training and licensing.
Good at: Teaching, public speaking, trauma related injuries.
Bad at: Spelling and grammar

Im more then glad to help anyone who needs any!

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Posted 11 May 2013 - 06:07 AM

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I am an 18 year old high school student with a passion for knowledge and self-enhancement. I cannot say I have a wide skill-set, but I would say that I am generally apt at reasoning, analytical thought, learning. I have a behemoth memory for facts which always comes in handy I have found. I am currently teaching myself Python which I will use to analyze data I will be gathering from self-enhancement self-experiments. I would also like to create a text based adventure game with Python among many other things. I am also a capable organizer of information with spreadsheets and such. It is great to see a post like this; hopefully we can begin to organize some projects to funnel our talents into soon.

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Posted 12 May 2013 - 03:46 PM

Lehsyrus- recording engineer, audio technician. Computer IT specialist. I study biochemistry and microcircuitry in my spare time. I also have a passion for neurological bio systems and the possibility of electrical bioengineering for the future.

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 06:44 PM

Im a multimedia student, software : Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign and 3ds MAX, im looking for people who have(free of charge) 3d models to be made and to have them textured, i want to expand my portfolio and the only thing that you have to do is spread the word that I'm trying to make business in 3d and graphic design.

At the moment i work as an construction employer, i.e building houses and other infrastructure objects.

A lot of cool peeps here.

Skype for contact : newdawn91


Greetings (Y)

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 03:17 PM

Thanks so far, everyone. :)

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 01:59 AM

I'm studying Biomedical Engineering and have access to journal papers and at the moment I'm particularly interested in nootropics. Also I've done some coursework and person research into interfacing neurons with silicon microcircuits.

Aside from that I've been writing music most of my life and I like to think I'm a pretty creative person.

#86 YOLF

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 04:16 AM

What kind of music do you make?

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 06:36 AM

I'd say a cross between dance music and soundtrack music. You can listen to my latest project at soundcloud[dot]com/talismusic I'm planning to sing on some of the tracks but haven't had the chance to put the time into coming up with something good.

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 04:48 PM

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this and similar threads.

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