"i see. didn't know that was the name for advanced prosthetics, but i get where you're coming from.
hm. that's a lofty goal there; what's the first thing you'll work on, if you don't mind my asking? it's always…"
"good afternoon, Dustin. some things:
- i don't exactly know what biomechatronics is, but i know i was trying to follow a similar path into biohacking through computer science and i got summarily DENIED as an undergraduate. you're probably…"
"i thought you were saying Sassoon was a non-combatant (i've read his letter and most of his works already). mea culpa. ditto regarding CKD; the letters are next to each other, assumed it was a typo cuz you've got a few.
i'm not sure…"
Never mind the last comment, I just noticed the transhumanist group at the side when I hit add comment. But yes I would consider myself a transhumanist. If ever there is an opportunity to improve myself through technology, I will do it. .
What pronoun do you prefer? I usually assume the feminine when gender is unknown, hypothetical, or irrelevant, but if you prefer he/it/them, I'll use that instead. Just don't confuse me with any of those invented genderless pronouns; I can never figure out how to pronounce them. (Incidentally, gxi was originally intended to function as a genderless pronoun in Esperanto, although this usage has fallen out of popularity due to English Esperantists mistakenly believing gxi to be equivalent to the English "it." I know this is a little non-sequiter, but I'm a whore for the international language and I take every opportunity to reference it.)