I have a fun mind, thinking of things and seeing the world in ways very alien to most people. I love learning and improving myself, especially in abstract areas. I used to change extremely rapidly, as my personality is rather modular and I'm adept at controlling my thoughts. Now I've somewhat settled into patterns of change that I'm comfortable with, most of the time.
I studied things about applied rationality and cognitive psychology, and have found them to be incredibly fascinating and useful. The subject seems relevant to almost all that I find most interesting and fun. It turns out I've been an amateur rationalist and reductionist my entire life, but had not yet learned enough to know that I was (shout-out to LessWrong.com!).
Now I mostly spread out my learning and thirst for information over many subjects, and I still daydream of eventually getting myself involved with DNI/BCI/MMI research, AKA machines that communicate directly with your brain and let you both sense computer-fed experiences and have that same computer controlled by your brain.
Overall, I'm a geeky philosopher, amateur programmer (because I've never had a serious project or actually worked as a coder), avid learner, and downright awesome and fascinating person to be with, if you have matching interests - as long as you don't feel intimidated, or find me arrogant and pretentious.
(Translation: Trying to find a way to do useful science without wasting years getting a Ph.D. I have a grudge against the current educational system.)
Breaking peoples' minds. Especially strangers.
Sideways thinking. Because you don't know you're in a box until you figure out that there's always a box somewhere around you.
Reading some sort of book.
Playing various videogames, either for fun or mental training (usually both).
Working on some sort of personal project, usually coding something or writing something or wrangling lots of data.
Often, all of the above throughout the evening and night.
I'm a pretty cool guy and I'm comfortable dealing with very awkward people, so do your worst!