Hey, so here you are taking a visit to Sean Su's personal website. You're on your machine or device here, looking up information on Sean.
A question pops into your head. Are you looking for how Sean's basic [[social media]] pages such as Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter? Maybe you want to find some way to [[contact him]] about something? Or do you want to get some [[basic information]] about him? Maybe you're here to find out a little more like his [[list of apps]], or [[projects]] he's worked on? Perhaps [[something else]]?
Make your choice by clicking one of the links above.So you wish to find Sean's social media. The links are here:
(link: "Instagram")[(goto-url: 'https://www.instagram.com/seansusu/')]
(link: "Facebook")[(goto-url: 'https://facebook.com/seansu')]
(link: "Twitter")[(goto-url: 'https://twitter.com/seansu')]
Sean feels that you should know that Sean doesn't really keep any private posts and leaves everything public in case you were wondering what's behind things. This is probably because Sean believes that on social media, we are the product and therefore treats his social media as a platform rather than putting too much personal information on them. In the same vein, it's also why he doesn't post a lot of the things he's doing or eating on it. Photos on Instagram and Facebook are notably delayed days, weeks, or are even from years ago.
The best way to know Sean is to talk to him personally, perhaps at a gathering.You decide that you wanted some basic information about Sean. Sean wrote on his website, "I’m Sean Su. Born in Taiwan. Hardened in New York. An ardent futurist and explorer of the human frontier." It's minimal and the font was Helvetica Neue or is it Inter? Not sure, as not everyone is into typography. It's clear that he loves minimalism and he has a thing for different shades of the color magenta.
In smaller text is a list of some of the [[projects]] that Sean was involved in.
Other than that, the links on his site show that he's interested in social innovation experiments, future technologies, ways we can build a better environment and world.
Sean also grew up in New York City, largely not due to choice but because of the tail end of the White Terror period in Taiwan when it became unsafe for his family to stay. But now that Taiwan has democratized and because Asia is an amazing place, Sean spends most of the year in Taipei although he flies around a lot.
You begin to notice after looking, that his focus seems to be on a lot of work involving non-profits. It seems Sean has a long history of working with a lot of non-profit organizations all over.
You begin to think about finding [[deeper information]] about Sean. Or maybe not.Sean loves tons of apps or pieces of software be it online or on your phone. Some of his favorite applications are the following:
Figma.com - Figma an browser based user interface and vector graphics program, kind of like the Google Docs of graphical editors because you can coordinate with tons of people with it.
Meet.Jit.si - Jitsi is an open source, encrypted alternative to Zoom. Zoom is closed source and has had security problems in the past. Not to mention, companies based in China are legally forced to work with the government. The meta information they can mine from you is pretty extensive, which is why Sean loves vetted software like Jitsi. It's Bulgarian for "wires" and the name is how you can connect with others.
Adobe Creative Cloud - Adobe has many a lot of amazing pieces of software that has enabled creatives to make so much of the web and art you see everywhere, everyday. Sean pays for Adobe Creative Cloud as a result. Of course, there are many issues with Adobe and it's not perfect either.
Discord - A browser based discussion and voice chat system. Free. Great for all sorts of organizations and groups and very powerful too. Think "Slack" for all sorts of people.You wonder what kind of things Sean enjoys.
Sean says there's a lot but it goes into a blur.You wonder about what projects that Sean was involved in.
You can see that he wrote on his page that he was involved "Makerspaces, Hackerspaces, TurtleBurn (a Taiwan Burning Man regional), InTaiwan.net webdev, Taiwan Report video editing and podcast editing, Radio Taiwan International Revamp (halfway), Open Government Projects, Amnesty International Taiwan English Speaking Group, Github projects under anonymous names, trying to build a stronger next generation Taiwan behind the scenes, TaiwanFCC.org website webdev, random unqualified ICRT guest, Encrypted open communications platforms, Taiwan Sentinel webdev, Keep Taiwan Free, Some sort of occupation of a government building a few years ago, working with some people that occupied a square at their office in Guting, OpenDPP webdev, Thinking Taiwan English site webdev, anonymous author on all sorts of Taiwan subjects, US-Taiwan advocacy, Japan-US advocacy, and a whole whole lot more because everything floats down here Georgie."You want to find something else out about Sean. Well, that's going to take a bit more work, won't it? Maybe its best you [[contact him]] via email or perhaps you could connect with him on [[social media]].So you're hoping to contact Sean. Well that's easy, just send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to call him for a verbal chat, you should probably use [[social media]].You think about finding deeper information about Sean. Well to do that, its probably best to speak to him yourself.