A guide to the options available when dying by the counter-culture guru, Timothy Leary. The text looks at Leary's own experience of dying, how to control his drug intake and social life during the process, and considers post-mortem options such as cryogenics and downloading the soul onto the internet.
'Timothy Leary was a child of chaos in his own sense; Socrates was a child of chaos.'Douglas Rushkoff 'Witty and irreverent, Leary blends ancient insight with high-tech science to show us that death need not be a gloomy affair.'New Scientist'...it's hard not to admire someone who lived 76 years and was never at a loss for big ideas'The Times
・part one :living
・part two :dying
・part three :designer dying