I do art and culture things in lots of places, mostly in what they now call Canada.

It’s 2015 and Facebook is over. If, as the feminists have been saying since I was a child, we are all destined to be cyborgs, then I’d prefer my online experience to be free, open-sourced, and independent. Is that what wordpress.com is? Nah, probably not. But for me, it’s a start.

As that’s happening, my shares will probably be equal parts music, first nations, and open source. There are links to my various online identities at top left that’ll point you towards some of my current faves.

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