Most of the time, anyway.
I suppose that I could also mention some of the basics, just to get it out of the way. I am a three decades old year old Danish... person. Yes, that means that English is not my native language, so please bear with me when I venture out on a road never grammatically trodden.
Although I have a degree in computer engineering, it is not really that interesting. Thank [insert your preferred deity here] for the Danish educational system, where universities are free.
I tend to think better when I am running. Maybe that is why my left knee gave in a while ago from overexertion.
I have been writing a quite a bit recently. Articles, stories and the like. And I think I like it. A lot more than programming anyway.
I am quirky, sleepy, and contemplative.
I am also quite good at overintellectualising everything, reading and extrapolating meanings and correlations into places where there aren't, or perhaps shouldn't be, any.
I also have a Masters Degree in Not Making Any Sense. Working on the Ph.D.
I am also pretty good at approximating accents.
Favorite movies are too many to mention but they include "Ghost in the Shell" by Mamuro Oshii, "Oldboy" by Chan-wook Park and "Hotaru no haka" by Isao Takahata. And Kevin Smith and Lars von Trier are always good.
Music-wise I would say that I am rather diverse, although I have a strong preference for ambient or loud music (yes, that can sometimes be a quality in itself). Yoko Kanno, Fear Factory, Yo-Yo Ma, Lamb and Peter Gabriel are all represented in my music collection. I would also really like to see Beardyman live, which incidentally is going to happen next month.
In regards to food, I am very fond of all things spicy. And for some reason cravings for candy and other sugary stuff are not really there.
Also, I am a bit of a beer snob.
The occational wank.
Why so many people bother coming up with a long list of positive adjectives describing themselves on their profile, without realising that it just makes them seem more bland and cliché.
Also, for some reason, the thought of blue skies and rolling hills crosses my mind more often than what I think might be healthy.
Recently I have been working on weekends though. You'd think that computers would run unsupervised...