Though I grew up listening to classical music and spend the majority of my time listening to scores, I thoroughly enjoy 60's and 70's music and the occasional eclectic rap song.
I started out wanting to be a programmer and thought that SysAdmins were the devil. After dropping out of college twice as a CS major, I thought I'd rather admin. Now that I finally get paid to write code on a daily basis, I'm once again torn between the two.
I also collect notebooks but never use them. I have a Moleskine that I took with me to political events when I blogged about them in the summer of 2009.
I am back in school pursuing a BS in Computer Science with an emphasis on Networking. I was considering an Associate's in Photography, but I keep getting the same instructor and I'm not 100% satisfied with how he handles his classes.
I want to get paid to fly around the globe to meet the movers and shakes of the world and write about it, but I don't think I could support myself on journalism. I need something more stable.
After I finish the BS in Networking, I plan on picking up an Associates in Computer Forensics; I'm debating a Master's in Computer Security behind that.
I have a very strong desire to go to law school to learn how to behave appropriately in a given situation to assert my rights and maximize my liberty.
I took a two week Kamikaze course in desktop publishing after publishing a church newsletter for a year. Then I combined my layout skills with my writing skills and did both for the church bulletin and the UAH Exponent.
I plan on making a number of films, writing at least one novel and publishing on a semi-regular basis in various perodicals, online or otherwise. I think it could be fun to run a newspaper.
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