I work on TODA files at T.R.I.E., building first-class digital things with integrity at a distance.
Co-founder of the Centre for Redecentralization at the University of Cambridge, where we study fair exchange, secure distributed systems, computational governance and a variety of other topics.
Co-founder of TODAQ, which is building products and services on TODA. The technical documentation is worth a gander.
A long time ago I made Daimio, a language for building programmable web applications.
Previously, co-founder of Bento Miso (now Gamma Space), a non-profit collaborative workspace dedicated to reducing barriers in technology, and tech director at Bento Box, which partnered with early stage entrepreneurs to create the technology to bring their vision to fruition.
When I'm not doing those things I've been known to give talks on things like visualizing process evolution, persistent data structures, and humane software, or to write articles on things like graph databases, but usually I'm building robot pony castles with my kids.