I am a decentralist activist and educator with a passion for free & open source software, censorship-resistant technological protocols, and the communities that organically arise around these two scenes. I am driven to help realize the vision of universally accessible educational resources, intellectual property rights reform, and transdisciplinary creativity. I turn all of my academic projects and nerdy interests into educational rap, the bulk of which can currently be found at http://stuckincyber.space.
My past research has included autoethnographic social theory and ethics-focused usability surveys. As I enter the 2019 DFP cohort, I am eager to explore my options for research projects, with a special eye towards human-first tooling.