You may be wondering who I am.
I'm particularly interested in participatory politics/sociology in technology, in the hacker ethic and Aristotelean/Marxist ethics. As such, I try to keep actively involved in politics, working in pressure groups on the environment, development and digital rights. I'm leading the UK's first local Creative Commons project Remix Reading. I also like to hack around with Python, pester people in the KDE Project and occasionally just do nothing in particular.
Other than that, there's not much else I'd want to say about myself, except that these are some organisations I support / work with:
- Reading University Campaigns Forum
- UK Campaign for Digital Rights
- Association for Free Software
- Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure
And just for fun, here's my Audioscrobbler profile (to find out what music I'm listening to) and a map of where in the world I've been (click to enlarge):