This page is all about me. Links to social media around the internet; quiz data forthcoming; methodological interests; known biases; likes and dislikes; as well as information on the material elements of my practise and my research.


These are the social media that I am active on, ranked in terms of use. I can be reached through direct message on any of these platforms; if you prefer, you can also email me.

  1. Twitter
  2. Letterboxd
  3. Reddit
  4. Substack
  5. Patreon
  6. Goodreads


Astrological chart

Scorpio, rising Sagittarius. Full chart forthcoming. Although Mars dominates my chart, I have always preferred Pluto as a personal icon. I like astrology as a symbolic language; I like the materialism of astrological metaphysics, and it has always been a useful tool for processing emotions. I have not studied astrophysics, I know barely anything about the history of astrology, and I am not even familiar with the signs, except for in a superficial way (it’s on my to-do list. My interest in astrology has an element of irony, and my knowledge is superficial, but it is a sincere interest.


  • Laura Secord Elementary (Toronto)
  • General Crerar Primary (Toronto)
  • MIND High School (Montréal)
  • Options II (Montréal)
  • David & Mary Thompson Collegiate Institute (Toronto)
  • Concordia University (Montréal)


Some keywords for you:

  1. Cosmology: Epicurean atomism
  2. Metaphysics: materialist
  3. Ontology: force
  4. Ethics: virtue ethics
  5. Politics: Maoist

Things I Use

Technical setup

  • Thinkpad X1 Carbon (5th gen). This is my main computer. I have a desktop that I use as a media server and as a backup. The laptop is starting to show its age. I yearn for a fully-modded Thinkpad X220.
  • Gentoo Linux since roughly Summer 2020. Arch Linux for years before then. A brief spell of using Windows on a laptop, preceded by not having one. I first started experimenting with Linux around the age of 16, using Slackware and Ubuntu for a number of years.
  • Vim. It’s very important to me, and a crucial part of how I understand new media.
  • I have a generic 60% mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Brown switches. I like it and I like the tactility, but I hope to one day upgrade to either a vintage IBM Model M, or its continuation, the Mini-M.
  • I run a fork of the dwm window manager, alongside a fork of the simple/suckless terminal