Despite the first question being a broad one, I'll try to answer it in at least one way in this profile. So without further ado, I'll provide you with a brief summary of myself.
I'm a dutch Philosophy graduate student at the University of Utrecht. To be precise I'm in the Research Master's program which is aimed at a carreer in academics. I shuttle between my home and my study.
I must say I'm a bit of a typical nerd/geek (especially hobby wise), which is not a negative thing in my eyes but might be in yours. You have been warned!
What this entails is that I enjoy computer games (Mostly FPS,RTS and RPG), Table Top Wargaming (Warhammer Fantasy and 40k) and forum based roleplaying. I also enjoy watching anime and/or cartoons.
Conversation wise I tend to prefer intellectual and philosophical discussions over shallower banter and gossip. That is not to say that every conversation I have needs to be serious or deep. Nor does it mean that I am always in the mood for deep discussions. Rather it is an observation I've made about the sort of discussion I like best. Topics I enjoy discussing can be anything from hobbies and interests to society, science and beyond. I must warn you that I tend to pick at exlamations that are unnuanced from time to time, and will ocassionally play the devil's advocate in order to find where nuances are located.
I tend to prefer a more positive, idealistic (in the political, non-philosophical sense) stance about things. I also like to think of myself as a kind person, though as with any such claims your mileage may vary. If the mood strikes me I can be cynical and even sadistic though, and I'm not above the occasional bout of sacrasm or snarking, though that is comparatively rare.
I'm introvert and I don't usually go out a lot, barring for my study, work, or some of my more social hobbies.
Epistemologically (long, word, more coming up so bear with me, or skip this paragraph if you prefer) I am an empiricist when it comes to practical knowledge, though my reasonings for that are based on (philosophical, somewhat Humean) scepticism (British English spelling). And my ontological views are grounded in natural science. When it comes to ( (Philosophical) meta-)ethics I consider myself a Hobessian Contractarian.