Also, before you read too much into my profile, I haven't updated it in over two years, so... it might no longer be accurate. Same goes for the way I've answered some questions. I'll try to get to working on that, but in the meantime, I apologize for the potential inaccuracy of the way I'm presenting myself below and in answers to questions.
I'm a computer geek. I'm a software developer by profession. Computers have fascinated me ever since I was a little kid, and I knew from the moment I got my own computer (this was at age 9) that I wanted to work with them when I grew up. Usually when I tell people this, they seem awe-struck and tell me I am lucky that I found out what I wanted to be at such a young age.
Although I'm a geek, I'm probably not the stereotypical kind. I don't do Dungeons & Dragons, LAN parties, or any such ordinarily geek-related activities. At least not on a regular basis. Mostly, though, this is due to a social shyness more than not actually desiring to do such activities.
During my free time, I typically surf the Internet, play computer or TV-games, study a topic I'm
interested in or want to learn more about or work on a hobby
software project I have going.
I'm an extremely liberal person. I tolerate pretty much anything that doesn't harm anyone else than the person doing it. I abhor censorship, and I believe all non-private information should be available at all times for everybody. It is just sad and annoying when you're listening to an "explicit" song on the radio or you watch a program on TV, and half the lyrics are missing, or half the program has been bleeped out.
I'm an agnostic apatheist. I don't think there is a god, but I'm open to the possibility. In either case, it doesn't matter much to me. I'm a socialist at heart, but act more like a capitalist in practice, mostly because I don't have a choice due to the way society works. I'm a secular humanist.