David Hakken directs the Indiana University program Social Informatics (SI), which is the study of what happens when digital technologies (DTs) are used by people. David has received grants, from NSF, SSRC, the Fulbright Program, two universities and other not-for-profit and state organizations. He ran the SUNYIT Policy Center, was president of the Society for the Anthropology of Work of the American Anthropological Association, the first recipient of the AAA’s Prize in Anticipatory Anthropology, and received teaching and scholarship awards. Besides scholarly and popular articles, he has written four books on computing and co-edited another, most recently The Knowledge Landscapes of Cyberspace (2003, Routledge). The next Routledge book, Values and the Making of Cyberspace: Common Devices? comes out in 2015.