I tend to get excited about infrastructure, governance, and the economics of the internet, especially as they pertain to software. I'm employed by Protocol Labs and currently share a research affiliation with Harvard Kennedy School.
I give away money to strangers online.
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I’ve recently had several conversations with projects about software foundations, so I figured I should type up my thoughts here.
I was a vegetarian for ten years. When I was twelve, I read something on the internet about how poorly animals were treated on factory farms, and I decided that it was unethical for me to continue eating meat.