Justin Jacoby Smith is an organizer, web geek, Buddhist, and poet.

what overload looks like

I'm currently (literally mid-book in) all of the following: "program or be programmed" by doug rushkoff

"code & other laws of cyberspace" v 2.0 by larry lessig

"individualism and economic order" by freddy hayek

"the wealth of networks" by this dude yochai benkler

"you are not a gadget" by jaron lanier

"infoquake," a 'sci-financial markets thriller' by david louis edelman

"studies in mutualist political economy" by kevin carson

I'm also currently taking Harvard's infamous CS50 "Intensive Introduction to Computer Science" course through MIT's OpenCourseWare and am about to sign up for OpenYale's "Financial Markets" course.

I'm also working on designing a UI for motorcyclists (shh, secrets) and I'm wireframing a real-time train tracker/tweets-about-WMATA aggregator app for the Metro.

And I'm going to Boston this weekend, and New York after that, for this conference and then this conference.

It's possible that there's something very, very wrong with me.