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A podcast exploring our current and future digital relationships with living eco-systems.

Every 2 weeks I invite scientists, conservationists, anthropologists, technologists, artists, authors and designers to share their thoughts and experiences synchronising the technosphere with the biosphere.

If you're interested in being a guest or know someone who I absolutely positively must talk to then go right ahead and drop me an email.

Who on earth am I?

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My name is Chris Oram. As you'd expect, I'm a former software developer, tech lead, architect, 'head of', advisor to 'C' people and overall digital maker for too many years (15+ if you want a quant). I provide tech strategy, capability development and software to those who care about the environment.

I've made tech stacks and cultivated teams for public and private sectors spanning finance, media, retail, food, education, government, socialcare, healthcare and deathcare (yep, that's a real thing). I've been trusted by well known mega corps. But now I help small teams to do more with less.

Tech is not neutral. How we intentionally apply it, matters. I advocate for sustainable engineering, post-growth/degrowth/coop models, local-first software and fostering FOSS.

I write a newsletter called spored that puts a lens on biodiversity software. If you'd like to read more about me, here is my personal site.

When not strategising, developing or hitting a keyboard I can be found home steading, rambling or running outdoors 🌲🌲🌲.