sure, you can provide yourself any sensory stimuli with devices and ascribe new meaning to said stimulus, but is it transhumanism, biohacking, or just using devices?
Does hearing a phone ring or a text message being read out text-to-speech make me a telepath?
Is setting of nerves in my retina while I look at the screen, informing me about the weather on Tuesday, an art of biohacking?
Isn't a girl with her smartphone practically glued to her palm, spending half of her day on facebook, snapchat and whatever, effectively biohacking herself into a unit of the hivemind?
I'm not bashing, I'm just pointing out that the only thing about "grinding" that is more /cyb/ than a microwave oven is aesthetics. Aesthetics without merit, because the average person gets more intertwined with technology already.
Saying that "the human body is your oyster" because you can zap your peripheral nerves is a grave overstatement.
The ignorance of vast complexity of human nervous system, and, actually, everything human, seems to be a trademark of transhumanist crowd, and frankly, it is "triggering" me. Concentration on aesthetics and saying big words makes these people overlook the merit and complexity of human/technology interaction. If you want to extend the former with the latter, you need to, at least in general terms, understand the former and what it is that you want to change about it, and what you will change even though you don't want to.
Much enthusiasm over nothing of substance. When I've first heard about biohacking and transhumanism culture, I was excited; I would have never guessed how shallow and oversimplified can people make these things.