I am a long-time advocate -- though not necessarily an effective one -- of technology in the service of community (particularly education), having first caught the bug in 1972. Like Stallman, I became frustrated with the rapidly closing access to source code as we transitioned from mainframes to PC's, and in 1992 seeing the windows (pun intended) close around me, I switched to Linux and never looked back. Since then I've been advocating for Free Open Source Technologies in the service of community, social justice, and, again, specifically education.
I'm also a bit of an oddball, in that I have never had a driver's license, and have yet to find a mobile phone that I actually want, remaining blissfully car- and cell-free. However, between Firefox OS and Ubuntu and directions in open hardware, that may soon change. Still, I want a Pixel Qi or Qualcomm Mirasol direct-sunlight-readable screen, as the main function will be GPS, weather, availability of bikeshare bikes, and bus / train schedules.
In addition to bicycling -- once from DC to Colorado, but mostly just tooling around locally, I am trying to get back to my flutes, whistles, and other musical pursuits.