Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies


The IEET is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization registered in the State of Connecticut in the United States. Please give as you are able, and help support our work for a brighter future.


Search the IEET
Subscribe and Contribute to:


Technoprogressive? BioConservative? Huh?
Quick overview of biopolitical points of view




whats new at ieet

Douglas Rushkoff joins IFTF as Research Fellow

This virtual lab will revolutionize science class

William James: Once Born and Twice Born People

Will World War 3 Be Prevented Because of Global Interdependence?

The Injustice of Sexism

NASA Can Get Humans to Mars by 2033 (Without a Budget Increase!)


ieet books

Philosophical Ethics: Theory and Practice
Author
John G Messerly


comments

almostvoid on 'This virtual lab will revolutionize science class' (May 28, 2016)

instamatic on 'NASA Can Get Humans to Mars by 2033 (Without a Budget Increase!)' (May 26, 2016)

almostvoid on 'Where does intelligence come from?' (May 26, 2016)

almostvoid on 'The Future of PR in Emotionally Intelligent Technology' (May 25, 2016)

almostvoid on 'Rituals Improve Life According to Ancient Chinese Philosophers' (May 25, 2016)

almostvoid on 'Optimize Brain Health by Balancing Social Life with Downtime' (May 23, 2016)

instamatic on 'Faithfulness--The Key to Living in the Zone' (May 22, 2016)







Subscribe to IEET News Lists

Daily News Feed

Longevity Dividend List

Catastrophic Risks List

Biopolitics of Popular Culture List

Technoprogressive List

Trans-Spirit List



JET

Enframing the Flesh: Heidegger, Transhumanism, and the Body as “Standing Reserve”

Moral Enhancement and Political Realism

Intelligent Technologies and Lost Life

Hottest Articles of the Last Month


Ethicists Generally Agree: The Pro-Life Arguments Are Worthless
May 17, 2016
(4321) Hits
(10) Comments

Artificial Intelligence in the UK: Risks and Rewards
May 12, 2016
(3348) Hits
(0) Comments

Nicotine Gum for Depression and Anxiety
May 5, 2016
(3044) Hits
(0) Comments

3D Virtual Reality Is the Best Storytelling Technology We’ve Ever Had
May 5, 2016
(2857) Hits
(1) Comments



IEET > Life > Vision > Staff > Kyle Munkittrick

Print Email permalink (2) Comments (4062) Hits •  subscribe Share on facebook Stumble This submit to reddit submit to digg


Discover Magazine Appoints Kyle Munkittrick as Blogger


Posted: Jul 13, 2010

IEET program director and intern wrangler Kyle Munkittrick has been appointed by Discover magazine as part of the team on their “Science Not Fiction” blog.

Some of Kyle’s contributions to the blog include discussion of cochlear implants, the the debate over performance-enhancing drugs at the Olympics,  “Cyborg Comedians Kick Ass (With Prosthetic Legs),”  a new movie about surrogacy, and Sunday’s NYT piece on cryonics.

When will the mainstream media stop trying to cripple the technoprogressive movement by stealing our brightest talents and giving them prominent pulpits?!

(Seriously, our reaction is pretty much like this kid’s to being able to hear:)

 

 


Print Email permalink (2) Comments (4063) Hits •  subscribe Share on facebook Stumble This submit to reddit submit to digg


COMMENTS


Excellent! Congratulations!





Congrats Kyle!





YOUR COMMENT (IEET's comment policy)

Login or Register to post a comment.

Next entry: If Corporations are Persons…

Previous entry: Forever Young?

HOME | ABOUT | FELLOWS | STAFF | EVENTS | SUPPORT  | CONTACT US
SECURING THE FUTURE | LONGER HEALTHIER LIFE | RIGHTS OF THE PERSON | ENVISIONING THE FUTURE
CYBORG BUDDHA PROJECT | AFRICAN FUTURES PROJECT | JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION AND TECHNOLOGY

RSSIEET Blog | email list | newsletter |
The IEET is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization registered in the State of Connecticut in the United States.

East Coast Contact: Executive Director, Dr. James J. Hughes,
56 Daleville School Rd., Willington CT 06279 USA 
Email: director @ ieet.org     phone: 860-428-1837

West Coast Contact: Managing Director, Hank Pellissier
425 Moraga Avenue, Piedmont, CA 94611
Email: hank @ ieet.org