mbox2
27 London, United Kingdom
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My self-summary
I guess that list on the right summarises me pretty well.
I'm all of that.
(Unless you're using the app; in which case, there is no list on the right.)

I'm also a computer programmer, electric guitarist, film composer, sound engineer, and a master of science! Apparently.
Oh and I can recite 201 digits of Pi. (This has, so far, served no function in my life, but one day it might save my life).
What I’m doing with my life
I work as an Artificial Intelligence Developer, which consists of building robots and making computers clever. I'm basically securing my survival for when technological singularity hits.
I’m really good at
speling
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my expressive facial expressions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music
Downtempo electronic music (psyambient, psychill, etc.):
Carbon-based Lifeforms, Solar Fields, Sync24, Aes Dana, HUVA Network

'Uptempo' electronic music, if I'm in the mood:
Infected Mushroom, Klaypex, etc.

Film music. Because it's varied, exciting and evolving. And I tend to notice it:
Hans Zimmer, Clint Mansell, Thomas Newman, Danny Elfman, etc.

And you can never go wrong with Pink Floyd I guess. Roger Waters' The Wall concert still remains the best thing my eyes have seen... ever.

Films
(in no particular order) Inception, Black Swan, Moon, Shutter Island, Fight Club, V For Vendetta, The Dark Knight, Requiem For a Dream, Django Unchained, Memento, Pi, and more.

TV
(in a particular order) Breaking Bad, The Daily Show (With Jon Stewart), The Colbert Report, Louie, House, Adventure Time, Family Guy, South Park, Black Mirror, Fresh Meat

Books
Used to be into fiction and novels in my younger days, but now mainly non-fiction. Anything to do with: Philosophy, Popular Science, Popular Psychology, Physics, Religion, Critical Thinking, Technology

Food
I try to avoid animal-based products, for ethical reasons. So I'm vegan at home and vegetarian when I'm out. I do enjoy cooking when I have the time. I can make amazing guacamole!
I can also make pretty awesome Persian cuisine.
The six things I could never do without
Inquisitiveness
Google
Parentheses
Avocado
Science
Sesquipedalianism
I spend a lot of time thinking about
fractals.
On a typical Friday night I am
Drinking red wine (sometimes) and programming, reading interesting articles on the internet, watching TV shows/documentaries/movies, browsing reddit/blogs, listening to science/philosophy podcasts etc.

Or at work. Which involves more programming, and less wine.

I do also meet/go out with friends on occasion, and I like to explore new places whenever I get a chance. (This sometimes involves pointing at a random place on Google maps and going there to see what it is.)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Sorry. Rules 1 and 2.

But I can tell you that I'm a bit of a sapiosexual. There. It's out there now.
You should message me if
...you think Ferrero Rocher is the best thing ever invented by humans.

Or if you want to meet up for coffee (or any other drink of your choice. I'm easy).

Or if you want to have a long chat about philosophy/science/technology/ethics.

Or if you're just generally interested and think we might get along.

Pro tip: It would strongly help if you are also a proponent of equal rights and opportunities and the elimination of societal biases based on gender, race/ethnicity, and sexuality. :)
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