I don't think the day matters; you just have to get one of the transhuman
bodies behind it. Low maintenance stuff, to the tune of a web page and some
e-mailing announcements every now and again. Which one of the transhuman
groups would be the best? It's the sort of thing that generates easy
I like that celebrate tomorrow now slogan better than mine.
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> I love it!
> World Transhuman Day-celebrate tomorrow now!
> But what day would it be?
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> Subject: RE: Extrinsic Extropians? -- World Transhuman Day
> > This has a good idea in it: World Transhuman Day. It's a nice, easy meme
> > propagate -- like the bumper stickers. Every other concept in the world
> > a day/month/week devoted to it. It's a sufficiently common governmental
> > practice that people are familiar with the idea that if something has a
> > named day devoted to it, there is some backing organization
> wanting you to
> > think about something for your own or societal good.
> > [Although I think I'm more concerned than many around here about getting
> > "common people" involved in and backing life extension, technology,
> > futurism, etc].
> > World Transhuman Day: think to the future!
> > Any takers?
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