I'm writing this bioblurb near a wood-burning stove and surrounded by cats, typing into one end of a network stretching down the side of a mountain.
I'm a researcher and homesteader. Research is about how teaching and learning change during the digital technology revolution. That means social media, storytelling, mobile devices, futurism, ubiquitous computing, futurism, life imitating science fiction, and liberal education, plus a heap of Gothic sensibility.
Homesteading: our family lives on top of Vermont's Green Mountains, half-way off the grid, raising chickens and goats, heating by wood, and somehow getting broadband in the house. Children, wife, and other creatures make up this snowy world.
Across the continuum formed by those two extremes, I write for both academic and general readers. "Write" is actually a mixture of blogs, a book, Twitter, talks, and classes.