Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Nobody really asks you questions frequently, do they?
But if you were to ask people around me what they thought about me, you might
learn some of the following thing about me.
I talk a lot.
I love computers. I can't express that enough. Ever since I was around the
age of 3, and my parents started a small computer company named Microway, I
have had access to computers. When I was 5, all I ever did was tinker with the
computer. The computer is the greatest toy that humans ever made.
I like to think out loud. I do it often. I like to ask people around me about
the latest ideas that I've had. I have lots of ideas, and I am very
enthusiastic about them.
I am honest. I think it has something to do with hacker morals or something,
or perhaps that I rely on truthful information from other people too much to
feel good about spreading false information.
I do what I do because I like doing it, not because someone pays me to do it
or it is in my best interest. Although, I do enjoy writing programs especially
for other people who have interesting needs. I always view it as a challenge.
I write a lot of code (computer programs) for myself. Usually this is just
fooling around with the computer, and wishing that I had a program which did
X, Y, and Z. Some of these programs include: an http server, enhancements to
class projects of years past, libraries that I wish I had...
There is more to me than the computer. I also enjoy music, frisbee, juggling
devil sticks, chess, a good Role Playing Game, science fiction (fantasy) books,
and occasionally, a good old game of doom or descent. People nowadays just
don't appreciate the old 3D graphics engines when they have their fancy
polygon-pushing graphics hardware at 300MHz. Not that I don't have a monster
graphics card. I do, but I digress...
I have a thing for old hardware, and soldering. I'm not very good at soldering,
but I like to do it.
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