From: Yonah Berwaldt (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 05 2006 - 00:12:33 MDT
Does he need to drive from Rhode Island or is he getting a flight to SF or
We could probably arrange a car pool between attendees from SF and SJ.
On 5/4/06, Tyler Emerson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Micah from Rhode Island is looking for a ride to the Singularity
> Summit at Stanford.
> If you can pick him up, please let him know: email@example.com
> Tyler Emerson, Executive Director, Singularity Institute
> firstname.lastname@example.org | 650-353-6063 | www.singinst.org
> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: "Micah Daigle" <email@example.com>
> > Date: May 3, 2006 11:52:33 AM PDT
> > To: sss-inquiries@lists.Stanford.EDU
> > Subject: Singularity Summit Transportation
> > Hi Tyler,
> > I am the University of Rhode Island student with whom you just
> > spoke. I appreciate your
> > help in getting out to the summit.
> > Here is my basic information:
> > Micah Daigle
> > Philosophy major at the University of Rhode Island (graduating 2006)
> > e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Here is some additional information:
> > Approximately a year and a half ago, I became aware of brain-
> > computer-interface programs
> > being developed by Cybernetics Inc at Brown University. The
> > implications of this
> > research immediately excited me, since my philosophical studies had
> > thus far been
> > focused on cognition and information patterning. Ever since
> > discovering this technology,
> > I've been writing papers for philosophy, sociology, and political
> > science classes about
> > the implications of BCI and subsequent transhuman evolutionary
> > paradigms. The titles of
> > my papers include "The Politics of Being Immortal" and "The
> > Technological Marxian
> > Evolution".
> > Within the past few months, I discovered I was not alone in this
> > forward-thinking school
> > of thought. I recently bought Kurzweil's "The Singularity is Near"
> > and am close to
> > finishing it. After discussing the singularity scenario with
> > several professors and
> > students at the University of Rhode Island (many of whom are too
> > frightened to even
> > discuss the topic), I've decided that my graduate studies must be
> > focused in this field.
> > The Symbolic Systems Program at Stanford looks incredibly promising.
> > I'll be graduating from URI this month, and I'll be moving to
> > Washington DC to work with
> > a drug policy reform organization for a few years while I prepare
> > financially and
> > academically for graduate school. Attending the Singularity Summit
> > at Stanford would be
> > an excellent opportunity for me to meet others who find it equally
> > important to
> > anticipate the future of human evolution.
> > Any help with getting to the Summit would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks again,
> > Micah Daigle
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