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Tedd Siegel's Biography

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Tedd Siegel is a writer living on the central coast of California. He lives with his husband Matt, and spends more time with dogs and goats than with people. Tedd is the co-founder and co-editor of indarktimes.com, a blog site dedicated to overcoming liberal post-politics, and to developing and disseminating new, anti-capitalist critiques tailored to the post-Fordist, neoliberal digital age. Tedd is a research affiliate of the Autonomy Institute, a London-based research group and consultancy whose activity is centered around future of work themes. Previously, Siegel worked in the Silicon Valley for 20 years in marketing and program management roles related to the enterprise software, semiconductor, and optical telecom industries. He also served as a senior manager of Silicon Valley partnerships for the University of California, involved with major R&D contracts and initiatives between academia, government agencies, and private companies. Tedd holds an M.A. in philosophy from the New School for Social Research, where he attended the Ph.D. program, focusing on moral and political philosophy. Undertaking a dissertation on the normative and utopian foundations of modernity, he realized that he couldn’t finish the last section on Hope, because he didn’t have any. Prior to living in NYC, Tedd spent time as a street activist in San Francisco, participating in ACT-UP and Radical Faerie actions and community events in the 1980s. 

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