If you're looking for someone static, someone who will be the same next week as they are this week, look elsewhere. If you are looking for something new, something different, then perhaps you've come to the right place.
I enjoy thinking, learning, trying new things, and meeting new people. I love listening to the stories of almost anyone, as long as they're told honestly and candidly. I prefer old video games to new ones, tea to coffee, tabletop roleplaying games to MMORPGs, science fiction and geek interests, reading to television or movies, and writing, either code or words.
I love long walks and longer conversations. I love talking about just about anything, from politics and religion to the weather. I'm constantly beginning projects, and rarely finishing them. I'm a huge fan of Morton's List, and highly suggest it to anyone who wants to become a more versatile person.
I play a lot of complex board games (eurogames and other complex games) and card games (a lot of Dominion lately, and Bridge when I find players), preferring games with less randomness. I don't enjoy watching sports, but do enjoy playing them sometimes, as well as other physical activity.
I'm unashamedly polyamorous, so if that bothers you, you'd best look elsewhere.
I'm a very spiritual person, but don't tend towards religion. I believe spirituality is something beyond religion, and that religion is one valid path to it, but it's not my path. I'd love to talk spirituality or religion with you, if you're interested.
I have a few really strange obsessions. I love good pens, but hate anything with a ball point. Fountain pens and felt-tips are more my style. I am oddly obsessed with computer keyboards, and know more about keyboard technology than anyone probably ever should. I could talk your ear off about my Cherry keyboard with mechanical keyswitches (custom designed by me to have a variable force profile), and the 3 others I made with the same force profile and different layouts, and why they are superior to almost any other keyboard I've typed upon. The IBM Model M Keyboard is close, though too loud for use when anyone else is in the same building, let alone the same room.
I really love old shoot-em-up video games. I'm a Scotch snob and a tea snob. Don't hate me for it, it won't affect you unless you want it to ;).