The UKTA site is getting a makeover!
Over the course of the next few months, the site will be changing. Old, defunct information will be removed, new pages will be added and a new look will be used.
Since the inception of the site, broadband has become much more common, and it now makes sense to add more graphic content. For those who prefer the old-style, plain but quick-to-load site, we will provide an option to switch to the original version (including the added content, of course).
You will see some menus on the left of this page, which will take you to some of the new areas, and show examples of the new looks we are trying out. These pages will be changing as the content and style are developed. If you have any comments or suggestions to make, please contact the Webmaster
. Note that various menu items may be inactive at times, as material is being prepared and page links changed.
As promised, after the last meeting, which featured talks from three of the four speakers who had prepared a talk (unfortunately, due to the graphics-rich nature of his presentation, Alex's talk fell victim to technical problems we had with the projector), transcripts of the talks are now available on this site. There is also a copy of the most recent Press Release about the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill, by Darren Reynolds (see menubar on the left of this page)
Watch this space for developments. This page will be updated with each change to the site, to keep you up-to-date on progress with the improvements. In keeping with our banner, we intend to add areas on:
Education: Explaining the basic transhumanist ideas and technologies in plain language
Ideas on promoting the transhumanist ideas to the general public, including resource packs that people can download
Updated information on transhumanist networking, with links to social networking sites, and various new groups that are springing up.
My pledge to you, as webmaster of this site, is that at no time will an "Under Construction" sign be displayed! I will do my best to provide a continuous transition to the new-look site. This means that you will see odd mixtures of pages for a while, until everything is sorted out. I can't give any guarantees as to when this will be, but you will know, because the final change will be to the main page.