Ohai! I’m Sage Ross. I’m a stay-at-home dad and a Wikipedian. I’m also a part-time lolcat herder with Wikimedia Foundation.
For a while I worked for the Wikimedia Foundation, as “online facilitator” for a project aimed at getting professors to incorporate Wikipedia editing into their classes.
I’ve also been a graduate student in the History of Science and Medicine program at Yale. At last check, I was all-but-dissertation and writing my thesis on the history of molecular evolution, the intersection of the two great metanarratives of modern biology (evolution and the molecular vision of life).
I live with my wife Faith, our son Brighton, our daughter Everly and our cat Curie in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania, just north of Pittsburgh. Beyond history and wikis, my interests include lolcats, the free culture movement, free software, science fiction, photography, bonsai, and progressive politics.
I’ve been an active Wikimedian since 2006, and served as editor of The Wikipedia Signpost from January 2009 to June 2010 prior to joining the staff of the Wikimedia Foundation.
You can reach me by email at: sage at ragesoss dot com