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Ph.D. in Engineering Management, Old Dominion University. Dissertation title: Information Technology and Wealth: Cybernetics, History and Economics , December, 1991.

Doctoral candidate in Geobiology, George Washington University. Dissertation title: Extinctions, Cybernetics, and Homo Sapiens. Expected completion: June, 1996.

Work Experience

Teaching Assistant in Engineering Management, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.

Teaching Assistant in Anthropology at George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Consultant on Information Technology and International Competitiveness, Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment, Spring, 1992.

Consultant on the Economic and Social Impact of Information Technology, Systems Discussion Workshop for Electronic Bulls and Bears: U.S. Securities Markets and Information Technology, Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment, Fall, 1989.


The Vindication of Karl Marx, Whole Earth Review, #74, Spring, 1992.

Figure / Ground, Whole Earth Review, #73, Winter, 1991.

Information Doesn´ t Want..., Whole Earth Review, #72, Fall, 1991.

Education: Conversational Interface, paper selected for publication in a competition, in Support, Society and Culture: Mutual Uses of Cybernetics and Science, Department for Andragology, OOC Program, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Holland, 1989.


Facilitator, Organizational and Cultural Change Special Interest Group, National Security and International Competitiveness:Open Source Solutions, Washington, DC, December, 1992.

Crises in the Age of Computers, Rethinking Marxism, Amherst, MA, November, 1992.

Information Technology and the Organization of Organizations, paper, American Society for Cybernetics, Amherst, MA, June, 1991.

Invited participant to the Gordon Science Conference in Communication and Control, Wolfboro, NH, July, 1990.

Sex, Gender and the ASC, with Kevin Kreitman, Plenary Presentation paper, American Society for Cybernetics, Virginia Beach, VA, November, 1989.