What I miss from New Orleans was being able to get together with people at a whim. I'd gotten used to being able to call friends up after work and get together for coffee, or drinks or a game. Now, everyone I know lives an hour away and plans everything out days in advance. Besides that, I haven't been dancing in far too long.
I do like that Trader Joe's packages worthwhile single malts. I got to get my straight razor reground in a Blade Runner set.
I know the transmission control protocol well enough to explain it to anyone interested. And know well enough that no one really is.
And I do like to explain things, although I've resignedly learned to rein that in more than a little. Asking for an explanation of something is a sure fire way to cheer me up.
By nature I'm somewhat reserved, especially in regards to public postings. Which I suppose contributes to the brevity of these snippets.
I play board games, I'm a systems administrator, a programmer, (recently employed at a really exciting start up) and role playing game designer. I refuse to be charmingly self-deprecating about any of the above.
I am thinky, odd, and sincere