It's been awhile since I checked out these people's web presence. Right off the bat: I remember in particular one aspect of their philosophy contrary to anarchy. The proposed system of jurisprudence was to let the computers do it. "No rulers" must surely include ethics calculation algorithms.
Personally, I think it's all a pie-in-the-sky techno-utopian pipedream. As with other techno-utopian notions or tendencies, the zeitgeisters don't seem to have the remotest awareness of the natural world upon which human life is (however invisibly) still dependent upon. For example:
"One, the human value system, which consists of our understandings and beliefs, must be updated and changed through education and thoughtful introspection. Two, the environment surrounding that value system must change to support the new world view."
Premise 1: OK, sure. Premise 2: Are you serious? Just because a person has come up with what they believe to be some super-refined theory doesn't give them the authority to go imposing this theory on all of the other living beings around them. This kind of hubris is destroying the world.
"We advocate automation to replace human labor in every social function possible."
A form of this has been a fantasy since at least the Hellenistic Era, and yet ever-improving machines has still not lead to less toil. This statement could even be interpreted to mean that inter-human contact should be replaced by machines, but I hope that's not what they meant.
"We advocate a technological unification of the planet in a systems approach."
Do I even need to comment on this one?
Zeitgeist takes the reification of science to its ideological extreme: scientism (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientism
Someone else's opinion: http://theanarchistlibrary.org//HTML/Anonymous__The_Problem_with__Zeitgeist_.html