Daniel C Howe is an artist and hacker whose work addresses the impact of networked, computational
technologies on core human values such as diversity, privacy and freedom. He has been an open-source advocate
and contributor to dozens of socially-engaged software projects over the past two decades. His outputs include
software interventions, art installations, procedurally-augmented text and sound, and tools for artists. He
divides his time between New York and Hong Kong, where he teaches at the School of Creative Media.