I really like dogs and I really like robots, yet I don’t care for robotic dogs.
As of October 22, 2007, I have taken steps towards becoming a cyborg.
I look about 5-7 years younger than I actually am. This has nothing to do with cyborg genetics.
I used to collect valid student IDs from as many post-secondary schools as possible (five).
I intend to get an honourary PHD someday.
I have a cute Category. I don’t know anyone involved in anything I post, but they’re all REALLY cute.
I play about a dozen instruments.
Over the years, I have been a co-editor at a college newspaper (The Vanier College something-or-other), a feature writer for DiSCORDER Magazine (Vancouver-based music magazine), and the sole Canadian contributor to The Alt (Perth-based and one of the first, but now defunct, mp3 blogs).
I work as a Marketing Assistant for Canadian Literature. I do their graphic design, project management, market research, promotions, and public relations. Nothing I post on this site is representative of Canadian Literature or anyone who works there.
I own a graphic design/web development company named Distinct Variation(s). While I am not looking new clients right now, I am always interested in interesting projects for people/organizations I care about. Most of what I post on this site is representative of Distinct Variation(s) and everyone who works with me.
I also use Tumblr for blogging. Most of what I post on that site tends to be whiny and/or self-indulgent.
I’ve been a Type 1 Diabetic since 1992.
I’ve been a lacto-ovo vegetarian since 1995.
I used to be a body builder, but I stopped when I turned four because I was getting too pumped.
The site runs on WordPress, an excellent open-source blogging platform.
The site design is based on Oinam’s Kiss theme, but has been customized to the point where little of the original code still exists.
The main body font is Century Gothic. Most people don’t have that font, so they see Lucida or Verdana.