Tim Hwang

Tim Hwang is chief scientist at the Pacific Social Architecting Corporation, a Bay Area research and development house focusing on technologies to enable precise, large scale social shaping online. He is also the founder of ROFLCon, a series of conferences that bring together Internet celebrities, commentators, and scholars to talk about memes, Internet culture, and funny cats on the web. In the past, he has worked with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Creative Commons, and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. He is an avid collector of Sky Mall magazine.