Listening to Manuel Castells critiquing my workThis site is a little bit frozen in time, but it’s still all accurate as of 2019. I moved on from academia into the world of tech marketing in 2015, but I still love all this stuff enough to leave this here.

As a graduate student and postdoc, my primary research interests included the social dynamics of digital information transitions, the future of scholarly communication, and information policy.

If you want to know more about me as an academic, here’s my CV.

Outside of work, I am an avid consumer of pop culture, internet memes, and mystery novels; I love to bake, knit, and build things; and when I first moved to Washington, I got the hiking bug in a big way: in fact, in 2008, I climbed Mt. Rainier (though the photo below is on Mt. Adams).

Oh, and the usual disclaimer: the thoughts and opinions expressed on this site are solely my own, and do not represent those of any of my employers or other institutions with which I am or have been affiliated. Also: nothing on these pages should be construed as legal advice.

If you want to contact me, I’m most easily reached via email, at eaj6 [at] uw [dot] edu – but here are some other ways to find me:

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