My website has now moved from Arizona to ANU. The address for the main page is http://consc.net/chalmers/. The address for every other page is as before, except with the base part of the address
I'd been using the consc.net address already for e.g. journal citations, but previously it just forwarded to the Arizona URL. It's now serving as the official address for the site (though the pages are actually located on an ANU server). Hopefully this will be a permanent address, meaning that if I ever move again, the same URL will keep working at the new location. (I'm also counting on it to save a large number of keystrokes, and therefore to help save me from RSI.) Note that only the home page address, and none of the other addresses, contains "/chalmers". For now the simple address http://consc.net/ also forwards to my home page, but the official address for the home page is http://consc.net/chalmers/, both for informativeness and also to leave open the possibility of eventually putting something else on the base page.
The Arizona pages will keep working for a while (forwarding to the new location), but they probably won't keep working indefinitely. So if you have any links to those pages, please update them now.
There's also the question of updating the thousands of links to these pages from around the web. There must be some sort of notification program that automatically finds pages that link to a given website, extracts e-mail addresses from those pages, and e-mails those people with a message about the move. If anyone knows of such a program (or something similar), let me know.