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| short quote = "Technology is the campfire around which we tell our stories." - Laurie Anderson<br>"Storytelling reveal meaning without committing the error of defining it." -Hannah Arendt<br>"To define is to kill. To suggest is to create." -Stéphane Mallarmé
| short quote = "Technology is the campfire around which we tell our stories." - Laurie Anderson<br>"Storytelling reveal meaning without committing the error of defining it." -Hannah Arendt<br>"To define is to kill. To suggest is to create." -Stéphane Mallarmé
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| about me = I'm Jenny Ryan, an incorrigibly nomadic cyberanthropologist gone gonzo. I'm interested in and actively engaged with emerging movements rooted in the shared struggle to reclaim the commons, create public spheres through the cultivation of open spaces, and enable direct democracy through principles of federation and open source or Read/Write culture. Professionally, I'm an academia dropout working principally at the intersection of communication, technology, and grassroots social justice organizing through my work with [http://omnicommons.org Omni Commons], where I tend to whatever fires need tending to (with a hefty dose of autodidactic training in nonprofit law and accounting), the 9http://peoplesopen.net Peoples Open Network] (a community-owned and -operated wireless network based in the East Bay), and [https://sudoroom.org Sudo Room], an activist hackerspace in Oakland, CA. In my spare time, I work on various collaborative projects (see below), write poetry, roll around in variably fertile and toxic soil, and serve as a connector of aligned humans, groups and projects.  
| about me = I'm Jenny Ryan, an incorrigibly nomadic cyberanthropologist gone gonzo. I'm interested in and actively engaged with emerging movements rooted in the shared struggle to reclaim the commons, create public spheres through the cultivation of open spaces, and enable direct democracy through principles of federation and open source or Read/Write culture. Professionally, I'm an academia dropout working principally at the intersection of communication, technology, and grassroots social justice organizing through my work with [http://omnicommons.org Omni Commons], where I tend to whatever fires need tending to (with a hefty dose of autodidactic training in nonprofit law and accounting), the 9http://peoplesopen.net Peoples Open Network] (a community-owned and -operated wireless network based in the East Bay), and [https://sudoroom.org Sudo Room], an activist hackerspace in Oakland, CA. In my spare time, I work on various collaborative projects (see below), write poetry, roll around in variably fertile and toxic soil, and serve as a connector of aligned humans, groups and projects.  


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