Currently most interested in social justice and feminism issues and how they mesh with atheist/humanist/skeptic issues in the US. Not that I wouldn't be interested in them in Finland or Europe, it just seems to me that they are not that big of a deal around here. Maybe I'm not hanging in the right crowds. Or any crowds. That might be it.
Software developer by trade and training, lifelong science enthusiast and more specifically lover of space and the complexity of nature.
I'm also a walker. Not of the Walking Dead variety, though. I enjoy walks in the parks and other nature-y places. I'd love to do hiking and stuff but haven't gotten around to it.
I'm quite shy and not good at approaching people. Or making initiatives of almost any kind. Attempts usually end up in bumbling displays of awkwardness and followed by shame.
Incidentally I don't exactly feel at home in (big) groups of people unknown to me. Internet to the rescue!
I get along quite splendidly with people I end up knowing or befriending, though. There's just this oppressive pressure in situations and places where you're expected to zip from one social encounter to another.
This was recently posted on imgur on the topic of introversion: http://imgur.com/gallery/Lyl1i
It very nicely portrays how I've felt along the years.