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September 17, 2005

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Mike Deering

I'm looking forward to living a very long time. I don't understand why research into anti-aging, molecular manufacturing, cryonics, artificial general intelligence, and genetic engineering artificial life-forms are not main stream research topics and given preferential funding. It seems like anything that could make a big difference is religated to the sidelines. I just don't understand how as a society we got so screwed up in our priorities.

P.S.: How come there isn't a link to your blog on the CRN home page?

Mike Treder, CRN

There is a link, in the left hand frame. It says: "Jump to — CRN's Daily Weblog."

Mike Deering

I just checked. It's not there.

http://www.crnano.org/index.html

And why isn't there a link from the blog pages to the CRN homepage?

There used to be links back and forth. I remember using them. Someone is trying to cut the connections between the blog and the CRN homepage. Do you have a new web service maintaining your sites?

Janessa Ravenwood

Mike: I see it just fine on that link. It's on the left - a blue oval button that reads: "Jump to - CRN's Daily Weblog." Something with your browser?

Mike Deering

Janessa, it must be the fact that I am using Microsoft Internet Explorer. For me the blue oval and the link are not there.

Janessa Ravenwood

Mike: I've got IE 6.02, never used anything but IE to surf (I'm a Windows programmer), and it shows up fine for me. What version of IE do you have? I'd go to Microsoft and check for Windows/Office/IE updates and install them all. Will likely fix the bug.

Mike Deering

I have automatic updates turned on.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Version: 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-1519
Cipher Strenth: 128 bit
Product ID: 55277-OEM-0011903-00102
Update Version: SP2

Maybe it's something to do with security settings. Maybe I have something turned off.

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