Cryonics In The New Media:
Blogs, Podcasts, YouTube, and More
Betterhumans Blogs Page
George Dvorsky's Sentient Developments
Mark Plus: Supersurvival Needs
Kennita Watson - Cryonics Activist's Livejournal Blog
Howard Lovy's Nanobot
Livejournal Cryonics Community Blog
Gina Miller Blog
Elder Care and Cryonics
Extrobritannia: UK Transhumanist Blog
Author and marketing consultant David Pascal discusses cryonics and the Cryonics Society as well as social marketing and upcoming demographic changes in American society in a series on interviews on Steve Cobbs' The Future and You.
Insurance Salesman and cryonics activist Rudi Hoffman talks about how to make cryonics suspension arrangements safely, easily, and affordably in a talk with Steve Cobb at The Future and You.
Leading cryobiologist and researcher Dr. Brian Wowk, Senior Scientist at 21st Century Medicine, Inc., discusses the promise of cryonics with John Bischof, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota and President of the Society for Cryobiology.
Dr. Wowk was joined byJonathan Moreno, Professor of Biomedical Ethics at the University of Virginia, and Boris Rubinsky, Professor of Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley.
The cryonics podcast and many others are available at Odeo.com.
Cryonics Videos Online:
Cryonics Society: The Best Of Online Cryonics Videos
Google Video On Cryonics
Cryonics On YouTube
Cold Filter: Network 54's cryonic chat online
Alcor Members Online Forum
Livejournal Cryonics Community
Immortality Institute's Cryonics Forum
Cryonics Institute Forum (CI Members Only)
Eugen Leitl is the moderator of a related Orkut group for people involved in cryonics called Cryonicists. Orkut members may visit and join the sites by logging onto Orkut.
One of the best ways to connect with people interested in cryonics online is to connect with them offline. That's how Meetup.com works. Visit Meetup and type in 'cryonics' or any other topic you're interested in, and Meetup will direct you to everyone in the area who wants to meet and discuss the subject.
You can even make it known that you want to meet others interested in the subject, and set up online discussion or offline meetings yourself.
So far cryonics supporters are meeting regularly in 98 cities throughout the world. And you can get directions using Google Maps. Just go to Cryonics Meetup at Meetup.com.
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