This is my personal Web site, which contains personal and professional information about me, technical guides on GNU/Linux and UNIX, and essays on computing ethics and freedom.
- A hacker (that is, a playful tinkerer interested in exploring the limits of technology).
- A knowledgeable user of GNU/Linux.
- A competent software author.
- The founder and CEO of Libiquity, a company that develops and sells freedom- and privacy-respecting personal electronics.
- The lead developer of ProteanOS, a fully free embedded operating system distribution.
- A student from the 2012 Google Summer of Code program who worked with the Debian Project.
- A university graduate with a degree in computer science.
- The former leader of my university's undergraduate GNU/Linux special interest group.
- A self-taught student of U.S. and international copyright law and free software licensing.
- An amateur linguist and student of languages.
- Associate member #10830 of the Free Software Foundation.
- A fan of freely and semi-freely licensed music of various genres, including metal, rock, electronic, and symphonic.
- An amateur photographer.
- Trained in karate.
- Licensed to operate motorboats.
- Certified for open water SCUBA diving.
- A presentation on the disputed legal validity of software contracts.
- A workshop on the UNIX shell I gave at NJIT.
- More essays on computing ethics and freedom.
- Technical guides on GNU/Linux, especially one related to the boot process (an apparently popular topic with which I'm quite familiar).