Richard S. Lewis is currently working on an interdisciplinary doctorate in Philosophy of Technology and Communications Studies. He is working to develop a methodology that brings critical, cultural, and philosophical posthumanism together with postphenomenology to better understand the impact of media and technology on both the personal and sociological levels. Most recently he has been focused on the macro and micro effects of selfies. He is on leave from Prescott College where he served as faculty since 2005 and has served as the library director. He earned his Master’s in 2003 from the University of Arizona in information research and library sciences. His concentration was on the usability of technology.