The biggest thing is that I'm always trying out new things and learning how I work and the people and things around me work.
I'm a techy and have been since I as early as I can remember -- before that even from the stories I've heard. While I'm in a programmer to pay the bills, I grok stuff beyond computers as well. My day job is slinging code (or depending on your perspective: meetings or writing stuff that isn't code). I've been doing that since well before I've gotten paid for it. It's not all just tech stuff that turns me on. My interests run the gamut from travel, cooking, typography, etymology and photography to motorcycles, bicycles and ham radio with lots of odd and assorted stuff mixed in between.
Like I was saying I left behind a good community of people and I'm looking forward to meeting a new assortment to compliment them. I especially miss the poly community we left behind in Cleveland.
What I'm looking For / What I'm not looking for
In case you didn't catch it by now, I'm married. What it doesn't say is I'm happily married. I'm not looking for a new or another wife. I'm looking for another person to be in my life to be more than just a passing acquaintance. I'm not looking to find a unicorn to make a triad. I am looking for someone I can connect with on multiple levels.
At least that's what I think I'm looking for. I'm open to the possibilities of what I can find in a partner. Limiting the possibilities to a pre-constrained set of conditions isn't something I'm looking to do.