Important

If someone you trust is telling you that something you never thought about is very important, then I suggest you lend an ear.

It seems like a good idea to me for most people to consider:

All those things have very long feedback loop, which might explain their slow adoption.

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Cryonics

My favorite introduction to cryonics: Why cryonics makes sense? | Wait buy why.

Objections I think are reasonable:

Objections I think are problematic:

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Check out this guide (which I contributed to, and keep updating in the comments): Cryonics sign up guide. Let me know if you have any questions.

Also check out the Facebook group Cryonics Memes for Frozen Teens.

Here's my writing on the topic:

title category published date value importance practical importance intellectual importance
Tell your (grand)parents about cryonicsCryonics2020-06-0920208102
Buying micro-biostasisCryonics2020-10-072020676
Timeline of brain preservationCryonics2019-01-232019422
How many humans will have their brain preserved? Forecasts and trendsCryonics2020-05-032020412
Cryonics 2019 Annual UpdateCryonics2020-02-122020212
Cryonics Career Survey (more jobs than you think)Cryonics2023-07-172023
Near-mode cryonics: A thought experimentCryonics2023-04-092023

Lifelogging as life extension

I still haven't published my main pitch of the idea, but here's a short summray.

Also check out: The case for lifelogging as life extension.

Also check out the Facebook group Lifelogging as life extension and Lifelogging memes for life extension teens.

Here's my writing on the topic:

title category published date value importance practical importance intellectual importance
Should I record my life?Lifelogging2019-04-2920199109
How I audio-video record my lifeLifelogging2019-05-1520198101
Discussion platform comparisonLifelogging2019-12-132019351

AI x-risks

If you care about helping other people, I have a couple more suggestions. Prepare for some large updates if you're not already familiar with those concepts ^_^ The stakes are astronomical or beyond astronomical. An existential risk could prevent us from using those resources to create value. An s-risk could result in those resources being used to destroy value. Aligning our incentive structures and aligning artifical intelligence seem like 2 of the most important problems. For more on how to do the most good, I recommend looking at Effective Altruism and 80,000 Hours. I also recommend the book Superintelligence for more on the implication of advancing artificial intelligence.

Also check out the Facebook group AI Safety Discussion (Open).

Saving money

I recommend checking out the Mr Money Mustache blog, particularly this post: Two Fun Tools from the MMM Software Department.

Here's my writing on the topic of personal longtermism, which is relevant to this topic:

title category published date value importance practical importance intellectual importance
Consume now or later?Personal longtermism2019-04-1620198108
Longtermism vs short-termism for personal life extensionPersonal longtermism2021-07-172021