I code, I tango, I bike. When I get pissed off, I get political. Sometimes I win. I think I will leave this world better.

I “am” a computational linguist, aspiring data scientist, devoted New Yorker (and enemy of categories). Here’s my GitHub and LinkedIn.

Got words? Data? Extracting information? Need intel? Predictive models? Automation? Please email me.

This here is my personal site, where I post thoughts, convictions, projects, photos, adventures… And that over there is my other site, where I write notes and collect quotes.

More important to me than words, bits, steps, or my city are people.

Thanks for visiting. Come bike with me or dance with me. Or tweet at me or write to me.





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  2. Evelyn Juers

    Dear Matthew,

    Here in Sydney, there were plans to ‘revitalise’ our beautiful Mitchell Library Reading Room. These proposals meant the MLRR would no longer be a reference and research library. No service desk, no librarians, no card catalogues; many shelves had already been emptied of books. These plans redefined the Reading Room, Sydney’s finest public space, as a ‘hub’. The Mitchell Library’s books and other materials were to be issued next door, in the already overcrowded Macquarie wing, or in a smaller, segregated scholars’ room.

    We protested. The response has was phenomenal, locally, nationally and internationally. In a short time we gathered well over almost 10,000 supporters, including artists and architects, novelists and poets, Nobel, Neustadt and Booker prize winners, judges, politicians, historians, librarians, and above all bibliophiles from around the world.

    This is just to let you know – if you haven’t heard already – that we won. The plans have been revised. We’ve got our Reading Room back as a fully functioning research library.

    Your NYPL protests are inspiring. Keep going!

    best regards,


    Dr Evelyn Juers

    The petition:

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