Mike Liebhold

Mike Liebhold is a full-time senior researcher at the Institute for the Future, focusing on proactive, context-aware, and ubiquitous computing, and the social implications and technical evolution of a geospatial web. Previously, Mike worked on spatial hypermedia for ten years as a senior scientist at Apple and spent several years as chief technology officer of Times Mirror publishing, a couple of years as a consulting architect at Netscape, and a summer at Intel Labs working on a pattern language for ubiquitous computing. Mike is a contributor to the upcoming Mapping Hacks book from O'Reilly Media, Inc. He hangs out sometimes at locative.us, blogs occasionally at future.iftf.org/ and his own site, starhill.us, and gathers geospatial web links from all over at del.icio.us/inbox/starhill_blend.