Jeremy Hammond vs. the State


I concocted this bit of agitprop after reading an important op-ed detailing the US gov’s troubling War on Reality. The article contextualizes this proposal outlining the very naughty tactics of Team Themis, a consortium of information security firms enlisted by the government at arm’s length. Further details on the Hammond debacle here.

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Steal it & spread the word.

RIP Aaron Swartz.

I'm a historian, curator, teacher and designer living in Ottawa. In 2003 I completed a Harvard doctoral dissertation on the 18thC origins of the catalogue raisonné. Then I taught at Stanford University in California from 2003 to 2005. For the next six years I was Curator of European & American Art at the National Gallery of Canada. These days I'm involved in a variety of research, teaching, advocacy and design projects. For more information visit my web sites, including my personal blog ( which includes links to my writing, speaking, teaching and curating work; Design Incubator ( featuring work produced by students in my recent design class at Carleton University; and Slow Ottawa (, a guide to sustainable living in Canada's capital.

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Art historian (PhD Harvard '03); Principal Researcher, Knowledge Design at Hybrid Publishing Group (; Principal at Small Museums Canada ( I dig McLuhan (; data visualization (; sustainable living ( / @slowottawa) ; open culture (

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