About the author

Andres Guadamuz

Computer art by AVA 2.0

Technollama is the online persona of Dr Andrés Guadamuz. A lot has been written about the way in which we portray ourselves online, and this is an ongoing experiment to prove just how different we can be in virtual spaces. This personality is nothing like the real me, I am usually a quiet, soft-spoken academic. Technollama allows me to be more playful and observant than I appear to be in real life.

If you wish to contact me, write to anduin13 at hotmail dot com or using the contact form offered.

About the blog

TechnoLlama covers several Cyberlaw topics, with emphasis on open licensing, digital rights, software protection, virtual worlds, and llamas. While the blog tackles these issues in a light-hearted and nonchalant manner, some serious points filter through from time to time.

Needless to say, the blog is strictly personal, all views are my own.

Other information

This site is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You can find comprehensive definition of what constitutes commercial information here. If in doubt, just email me, I’m always open to allow commercial uses.

The blog has been optimised for mobile browsing.

Some header images come from Vladstudio, highly recommended site with some amazing backgrounds.

No llamas were harmed during the creation of this blog. If you are also a llama enthusiast, join the British Llama Society.

View my research at SSRN

I support these causes and sites:

Member of The Internet Defense League
Global Voices Online - The world is talking. Are you listening?

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1 Comment

Aly · October 13, 2010 at 4:55 am


Spotted this piece in my Book News RSS feed. Thought it might be up your alley, so to speak:

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