I'm a social justice technologist. I work on gender justice causes through technological awareness. I speak about these and other issues regularly.
My eyes light up whenever I encounter somebody intelligent. It doesn't matter what subjects our conversations cover, and it doesn't matter what form of intelligence is conveyed by the discussion. I really just love communicating with people, and I've been told that people enjoy conversing with me.
Our conversations might have started at a New York City group's meeting that I attend (or used to organize), such as the CSS Designers Group, Mac Meeting Group, or the WordPress Discussion Group. Or perhaps we've conversed at other groups such as the Rubik's Cube Meetup Group, Squash Meetup Group, MetroMac, the NYC-UPA, the NYPC user group, NYLUG or NYCwireless.
Our conversations might have started via my participation in online communities such as Orkut, Friendster, Facebook, Twitter, Tribe, Consumating, Hi5, Multiply, Gary's Guide, MySpace, Virb, Simpatico, Yahoo! 360, Xanga, OpenDiary, and LiveJournal or perhaps via Amazon, Flickr, JustAnswer, Mac OS X Hints, Upcoming, Technorati, Wikipedia, github, Drupal, del.icio.us, StumbleUpon, Where Are You Now, GoodReads, All Consuming, 43 Things (and Places), Ryze, ZoomInfo, Wealth Base Camp, TalentPot, Jobster, and LinkedIn.
meitar a lot). Or maybe you read an entry on my blog, or listened to one of (the now rather outdated) audio entries. Or perhaps you were looking for some personal accounts of experiences with bipolar disorder long ago and came across my old web site.
If our conversations haven't started yet then you might want to begin by emailing me as meitar at a domain that's called maymay dot net, or by introducing yourself to me at one of the meetings I'll attend in the future. Here are some pictures of me so you know who to say hi to.
If you're still unsure of who I am and what I can do, perhaps you'd find my resume informative. For a more thorough listing of my past and present life, read my curriculum vitae.
Everything within this domain is published under a creative commons attribution license, which means you're free to it as long as you cite me as the source of your brilliant revelations. Naturally, it also means everything here is copyrighted (that's ©, for you visual types) 1995–2013 by me, Meitar Moscovitz, unless noted otherwise.
Introduction style inspired by Adam Rifkin. This document last updated in June of 2013.