Kevin Driscoll

Kevin Driscoll is a PhD candidate in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at University of Southern California. His recent research addresses popular technical cultures in the U.S., with special attention to hobbyist telecommunication networks, and the history of personal computing. Previously, he earned an MS in Comparative Media Studies at MIT and taught computer science at Prospect Hill Academy Charter School.


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