Well, I'm 33, I'm male, and I'm working in Reading (one of the least interesting cities in the world) as a computer programmer. But I like to think I'm not as geeky as that makes me sound. I grew up in Scotland, went to school and university there, and then emigrated to England after graduating; I still think that landscapes with no mountains on the horizon look funny. (When I'm up north I keep finding myself climbing mountains.)
I read a huge amount; mostly science fiction but that's because I find it's the most reliable way of finding the kind books that I like. I have about 3000 books in storage. When I get bored I find myself signing up for some random thing or other; I have now have a PADI scuba diving certificate, have learned basic German badly (memo: must get round to signing up for part 2 of that course), have been to Egypt on an adventure holiday with Explore, have produced three unfinished novels for a writing contest type thing, and am currently trying to learn to paraglide. This is harder than it looks. Every time I book a day, it rains. So far I've already driven one paragliding school out of business.
I will admit to having a strong attraction to computers and all things technical, particularly retrocomputing (that art of doing things with archaic technology). Modern machines are dull. They are, I'm afraid, one of the Six Things I (probably) Couldn't Do Without, so read there for more information.
I consider myself to be averagely fit, and do make an effort to keep in shape --- currently I'm running 15 miles a week. It's very dull. I hate competitive sports of any description, which means that actually finding something interesting that involves exercise is suprisingly hard; one of the few sports I actually have a talent for is skiing, and you can't do that in Reading. (Got any suggestions?)
I am quiet, interested, and literary