I think, write, and create across boundaries.
My book A People’s History of Computing in the United States (Harvard University Press, 2018) is available as a good old-fashioned hardcover, e-book, or audio book - check your favorite local bookstore, too. My writing is featured on Slate, The New Inquiry, and Lady Science, and my Medium essay “Why I’m Firing Michigan State” received coverage in the Chronicle of Higher Ed and Inside Higher Ed. I’ve spoken at venues ranging from MIT and NYU to the Computer History Museum and Google and consulted on projects including the pilot episode of Girls Code, and the documentaries The Queen of Code and The Birth of BASIC. I've cultivated a 10+ year career as a program-launcher, most often at the intersection of education and technology. If you’d like me to write, consult, speak, or edit for you, drop me a line.