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.