In the meantime, I am a Web Software Developer. Currently working for "the man" but am willing to jump on a web start up idea if it seems right.
I am a INTJ from those Carl Jung / Myers-Briggs personality type tests.
I am honest, dependable, hard-working, calm, logical, cute, flirtatious, and intelligent. I have come to value and appreciate the comforts in life. I guess you could say I subscribe to the motto: Work Hard, Play Hard.
I think all relationships should be "open" in that everything should be on the table. No lying, no hiding, no guessing. When everything is on the table, the true shape of the relationship can take hold. Everyone is different, and no intersection between two people should ever be forced into the same box/mold. We make our own rules.
I live in my own (clean) apartment with a cat. I drive my own car. I have a projector with a 92" screen on the wall on which I watch movies and shows that I download or get from Netflix. I enjoy taking long walks (not on the beach).
If I were immortal, I'd probably be working on long term problems such as terraforming Mars.
I'd also like to meet amazing people and make great friends along the way. We're all in this together.
Dancing fluidly with my arms and hands.
Twirling swords or other long/straight objects around.
Being extremely honest.
Figuring (all sorts of) things out.
I like most music except Country and hardcore Rap. The genre I listen to the most is Symphonic Metal. With bands like: Within Temptation, Nightwish, Xandria, Edenbridge, Tristania, Delain, Sirenia, Angtoria, Epica, Krypteria
I also always listen to a wide range of electronic/techno/gothic/industrial/dance/80s/instrumental/jock jams/pop/etc. To name some bands: Infected Mushroom, Daft Punk, The Birthday Massacre, VNV Nation, Seabound, Wolfsheim, BlutEngel, Basshunter, Scooter, Apocalyptica, Pat Benetar, Lady Gaga
I also listen to all sorts of modern rock.
Educational shows from Discovery / History channels on topics like nature, the world, physics, and most importantly - the universe. As for fiction, I watch (or attempt to watch) a lot of popular shows on the geeky side of the spectrum. To name a few: Game of Thrones, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Smallville
I don't watch anime quite as much as I used to, but you could still call me an anime fan. I've watched quite a bit, but my all time favorite is Berserk. While not "anime" per se, the 1998 Silver Surfer cartoon was epic.
"6 future technologies crucial to our advancement":
1) Human life extension (genetic and synthetic)
2) Carbon nanotubes and graphene (MASS production)
3) Room temperature (and higher) Superconductor
4) Space elevator (or other way to cut costs to orbit by 95%)
5) Space based solar power - providing all of Earth with limitless energy
6) Mastery of space/time to allow exploration of the universe and safer teleportation technologies (typical teleportation involves destroying the original)
I would love to understand everything there is to know. The problem is that the human mind can't comprehend or remember even a tiny fraction of that knowledge.
I think about how in this life, we just have to do the best we can do. Go 100%, and hopefully you'll make a difference.
I try to imagine how other people see/experience the world.
The concept of information.
If it is the first Friday of the month, I will likely be going to Exhuman at the Fuzebox. It's Albany's goth night, and very much my scene (as far as clubs go). It's a truly awesome event and gathering of people.