Dyndy.net started in 2009 as a research project constituting a subject for academic publications, but also as an on-line platform to compile a pattern language on the too human topic of Money.
Originally trained as a linguist, Jaromil is a theorist and developer, PhD candidate at the Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, where his research focuses on philosophy of technology, biopolitics and economy.
Jaromil’s software creations are recommended by the Free Software Foundation and redistributed by several GNU/Linux/BSD operating systems worldwide; he is a board member of the Free Culture Forum and a fellow of the Asian European Foundation, active in R&D at the Netherlands Media Art Institute and developer for the dyne.org network.
In 2009 and together with Brian Holmes, Jaromil was honored with the Vilém Flusser Award.
Marco is a Ph.D candidate in Management and Organization Studies poised to leverage education and experience toward launching a successful career as a Currency Designer primarily by implementing complementary currencies and alternative payment systems as a monetary tool / strategy for social empowerment: ideation, design / system architecture, social and environmental organization, implementation methodology, monitoring and self-assessment of complementary currencies and alternative payment systems in an effort to build a narrative for Money as a Commons.