I'm a work-from-home freelance writer, mostly working as a video games critic. I have a regular weekly gig, plus I'm a freelancer, though the freelancing part is not as active as I'd like. I also write a bit of fiction, though I'm not published in that field.
I suppose I think of myself as a well-socialised nerd. I love my gadgets, and I'm obsessed with science and technology - I'm that guy who reads the Wikipedia article on special relativity one day just because he's always wondered how that shit works. Despite the cliches, though, I'm a diehard extrovert, love being around people (though I can be a little shy around strangers) and I love conversation and I'm always cracking jokes. (Some of them are even good! Not all of them are groan-inducing puns.)
Philosophically and politically, I am compassionate and progressive. I am a big believer in rights and dignity for all, and believe that 90% of the world's problems would be solved if people would just stop being horrible to each other, and the other 10% if people would stop being horrible to our planet.
I'm also big into bisexual visibility. Bi people cop a lot of negativity, not just from the straight community, but the gay community too. I've been working for a few years to raise bisexuality's public profile, doing radio and newspaper interviews, and I run a monthly discussion and support group.
That'll do for now. If you want more detail, please say hello.