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Taras Boyko

Ukrainian-born researcher with academic interests in semiotics, history and culture studies. BA & MA in History, MA in Semiotics. Has worked in Ukraine, US, UK, Hungary and Estonia. Enjoys travel and exploring new places which led to creating travel information website – now 5 years of helpingonline fellow travelers in find optimal travel solutions (timetables, best fares, sightseeing suggestions).

Tartu, Estonia

Joshua Glenn

Joshua Glenn, a commercial semiotics veteran with over 15 years' experience in the field, is co-principal of the Boston- and New York-based consultancy Semiovox, and emeritus co-founder (with former colleague Malcolm Evans) of this website, Semionaut. He is editor and author of several books, including SIGNIFICANT OBJECTS, THE IDLER'S GLOSSARY, and the bestselling family activity series UNBORED. More info here.

Boston, USA

Marina Simakova

A qualitative researcher and semiotician, Marina is interested in contemporary Russian culture’s myths and metaphors, She is completing a PhD on the ethical dimension of the language & semiotics of otherness. Inspired by Plato's dialogues and Beckett's plays, Marina dreams of transforming the focus group into a new genre of sociological theatre. By getting rid of the one-way mirror she aims to kill three birds with one stone, achieving the goals of aesthetic pleasure, consumer knowledge and transparency.

Moscow, Russia