A Better Future, Better You: What Is The Best Singularity Tagline?

What is the best singularity weblog tagline?

Greetings Friends,

It seems that I am finally getting some traction on the blog re-design and we may have a brand new and improved look and feel for Singularity Weblog within a couple of weeks.

A big part of it all have been your thoughts, comments and other input from The Singularity Survey Contest so I want to thank you for your help.

As promised before, the winner of the contest — Mito66@*******.**, will receive a hardcover copy of Ray Kurzweil‘s seminal book The Singularity is Near.

Mito’s winning idea was his suggestion for the following Singularity Weblog tagline:

A Better Future, Better You!

I have been looking for a better slogan to replace my original, but rather obscure Will Technology Replace Biology? and think that we may have found a good one.

Mito’s tagline is brilliantly short, clear, positive and all about YOU! Thus I have no doubts that it is much better than mine. (Good thing you know that you don’t know Soc…)

However, while the original contest is over and we have declared the winner, you can still go and submit your own thoughts about this blog by answering my 7 question Singularity Survey.

Furthermore, please feel free to send any suggestions, recommendations or your own original version for the best Singularity Weblog tagline in the comment section below.  Who knows, maybe we will get an even better  tagline and I will have to come up with another great singularity book for the winner.

Whatever the case may turn out to be — thank you all for your generous help, your loyal readership and your valuable support!

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