"Spike Jones" wrote,
> Sure, and this answer will be surely echoed from others, but the question
> to me is: why is it that so many of us seem to have this unquestioned
> instinct to use our dying breath attempting to download to surviving
> humanity those insights we have managed to gain? Im not arguing
> this is not a good thing to do, I just cannot figure out exactly why. spike
It's not just extropes.
Check out Eric S. Raymond's Continuity Page
A virtual will and testament in case I fall off the net
I found this statement both charming and practical:
"If you're reading this and have solid reason to believe that I'm out of the
game and the designated successors listed here don't know it, please email them
all and ask them to re-read this page and take appropriate action."
"All my other projects and FAQs will be up for grabs. If you want to claim
control of one, send mail to my virtual executors. They'll arbitrate between
conflicting claims, arrange the transfer, and flag the project claimed."
I think Eric's page could serve as a template for others who want to answer this
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