I suppose I should lead with the fact that much has changed in the past five years — and those years have been like a roller coaster caught in a whirlwind for me.
I enjoy writing and reading, though I'm not often able to dedicate the kind of time that I'd like to either pursuit. However, I read at least one book each day, and if not by hand, I "write" on my iPad.
I used to spend a lot of time sitting in front of a computer, doing work and playing games. Not the healthiest of activities — but I felt productive, and had some fun. I had a surgery that dramatically and drastically changed things; I wasn't able to sit up for hours on end, and needed to find a new way to get things done, live and have fun.
Earlier in the year I got an iPad — it's my favorite — I do just about everything on my iOS devices (if not my iPad, then my iPhone). I still use my iMac for graphic design work and Adobe CS software (I design and create stuff when I can), but it's infrequent. I can do just about everything with the plethora of software available at iTunes App Store.
I deal with a chronic pain problem and a nervous system issue, a disability, though most people never know about it — I try to stay as active as I can.
I like a lot of music and TV shows. I love Star Trek (Deep Space Nine is my favorite, followed by TNG). I like my Playstation 3 and dig Blu-Ray. Yes, I'm a bit of a tech geek, but I'm home a lot in indescribable pain, unable to leave my condo... at least I have a nice view — silver-lining, and all that.
I like physics, aircraft, philosophy, politics, current affairs, conspiracy theories and paranormal/supernatural phenomena.
I am eosophobic, eccentric, and decisive