I used to write graffiti for a living, but then found hacking. It's far more creative, far more subversive, can be done indoors and pays better, so now I'm one of those free software guys.
I authored NotebookCloud last year, a web service for using IPython on AWS, and I'm currently divided between writing a browser based, Python IDE for Android, with support for Lego robots, and extending Markdown with web components.
My favourite spaces right now are Python, Android, Lego and the Cloud.
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