1. Good article, a few years old, on global administrative law.
2. Steve Sailer writes recently about Professor Pinker's apparently excellent criticism of Gladwell, the best take down of a non-expert by an expert I've observed since Finkelstein's critique of Dershowitz.
3. It occurs that most agents actively seeking immortality are at the level of living in the medium of aggregations of human beings, rather than individual humans such as me. I think this is a huge short term challenge for me, because to such agents I represent a replaceable element of the medium -their motivation is not for immortality technology at the individual human level. They are constituents for Bostrom's technologies, but not for de Gray's.
Rating of this post for maximizing my persistence odds: 9.8.