Shy and quiet but not without opinions.
Scientifically minded but artistically inclined.
But mostly I think there's more to me than can easily be summed up in a little box on a web page.
I am tall, dark, and strange
One big aspect of my life is VJing - projecting video art onto walls and screens, at clubs and parties. I've been writing software for years - I do it for a living - and I've developed my own programs for video creation and performance. Then at the weekends I take them to venues and use them to create all kinds of odd abstract psychedelic artwork. Left brain / right brain? Feh.
I also like finding out about new stuff. Any old random stuff - it doesn't matter a bit. Not long ago I spent about a week of evenings reading about beekeeping. It might be an interesting hobby to take up when I get a bit older.
Having opinions that most people don't share.
Moaning about all the idiots in the world, and the problems they cause.
Films: I don't actually watch films that often. One film I recently enjoyed was "Delicatessen". I need to watch it a few more times, I think; you don't have to understand a film to enjoy it!
Music: Mostly electronic dance music in all its various forms. I particularly enjoy being part of the performance. I'm in no way a musical bigot, though - I can enjoy anything, if the people and the atmosphere are right.
Food: Anything! I'm a dedicated omnivore. I'm one of the few people who will go into a pub, order a cheeseburger, and actually eat the salad.
Something interesting to think about.
Spending some time alone now and again.
Cool machines to play with.
Fascinating wild creatures to watch.
There's a sixth entry on this list, too, but you'll have to get to know me quite well to find out what it is.
Philosophy, and how pointless most of it is.
What time it is, and how long I have to keep working for before I can go home and do something else.
Computery / mathematical things, such as completing the proof of omniperiodicity for Conway's Life. I recently won a couple of $100 prizes for discovering a small stable glider reflector. Things like this, that only half a dozen people in the world care about.
Myself, and why I seem to almost magnetically attract New Age believers and radical left-wing activists, despite having little in common with either. Maybe I should lose the dreadlocks, especially since I'm starting to get a bit thin on top.