The long version: I'm a 20-something English major going to WSU Vancouver and a long-time video game fan. I do a lot of writing; sometimes for fun, sometimes for work or classes. Right now I'm working for my campus newspaper as a reporter and columnist; I'm one of the "tech guys" on staff, so a lot of my articles are about new video game releases, popular websites, or other technology-related topics. I've also done a lot of research papers and literary analysis works on a variety of topics, though I don't do a whole lot of recreational reading. I do enjoy a good novel every now and then, though, and most recently I've read a few classic Victorian- and Romantic-era novels, along with a couple of more modern ones. I don't usually get hung up on genre; I'm just a sucker for well-written stories.
I generally don't like to do "active" things like exercise, go on walks, play sports, or even go outside in general, largely because nature and I (the sun especially) have a less than stellar relationship; however, I have been known to be convinced to do such things if it's deemed important by someone whose opinion I care about. As an extremely logic-driven and pragmatic individual (most of the time), and as someone who spends a lot of time proofreading stuff, I have a habit of pointing out when people are inaccurate, inefficient, or both. Don't take it personally, and if you can prove me wrong, I invite you to do so; I've gotten this far only by having people around me who are willing to call me out for being wrong, and by being able to admit when my thoughts, claims, or beliefs on a given matter are stupid and/or incorrect.
That's about it for the basics.