I enjoy art, abusing hermeneutics, writing, 3d printing, and the interesting byproducts of the internet. I am philosophically very affected by the concept of the Technological singularity, and I've played Dungeons & Dragons.
I believe that authenticity of custom is nearly worthless- whereas sincerity and dedication is really something. As such, while I am an agnostic, I am impressed by the sincerity of the religious people I meet. (However, I don't value as such the wisdom of traditional communities, or spiritual and intuitive ways of knowing) In the same way, I am always impressed by the dedication and skill people have invested in their hobbies.
I think the following customs are loathsome: Abridging books, dubbing television, censorship, and practicing alternative medicine.
I believe that discussion is one of the best ways to communicate and reach agreement.
When I grow up, I am going to be a robot. No, seriously, technology will make us transhuman.