We Feel Fine was conceived and created by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar.
Combining elements of computer science, anthropology, visual art and storytelling, Jonathan Harris designs systems to explore and explain the human world. He has made projects about human emotion, human desire, modern mythology, science, news, anonymity and language, and created the world's largest time capsule, which was translated into 10 languages. He studied computer science at Princeton University, and was awarded a 2004 Fabrica fellowship. The winner of two 2005 Webby Awards, Harris' work has also been recognized by AIGA, Ars Electronica, ID Magazine, and the State of Vermont, has been featured by CNN, BBC, Reuters, NPR, USA Today, Metropolis and Wired, and has been exhibited at Le Centre Pompidou (Paris), and The Museum of Modern Art (New York). Originally from Shelburne Vermont, he currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, and does not have a blog.
More of his work can be seen at www.number27.org
Sep Kamvar is a Consulting Professor of Computational Mathematics at Stanford University. His research focuses on data mining in large-scale networks such as the web, peer-to-peer, and social networks. From 2003-2007, he was the engineering lead of personalization at Google, responsible for Personalized Search and iGoogle. He founded Kaltix, a search engine that was acquired by Google in 2003. His artwork is in the permanent collections of the MoMA and the MFAH. He hasn't won any awards, but his mom thinks he's handsome.
More of his work can be seen at www.kamvar.org
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We Feel Fine is an independent project conceived and created by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar. It bears no affiliation to Google, Fabrica, Stanford, Princeton, or any other company or organization.