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Well Im almost 23 now, from LatinAmerica(Panama preciselly), studing computer science bachelor, pre-senior year, totally convinced that God is real and devoted to live for JesusChrist. I serve in my local church as a youth ministry leader/counselor. Im starting a tech company with a ex-college partner now.
Christianity, spiritual research, computer-related info(from discrete math, all the way to web2.0 things), wireless networking/technologies, FOSS, Linux, literature and magazine reading/publishing, classic cartoons, youth counseling(mostly christian-oriented), any info research in general, leadership learning, journalism, some poetry, some biology themes; I have issues with physics(yep, I havent been good with that one, since high school :( ), but it is interesting at the end. Want to learn more about electronics and circuit things.
Bible, some Cyberpunk genre, latinamerican literature, Purpose Driven Life, Christian-themed/life books...I dont know, I just dont have a particular genre that I like(besides cyberpunk, but neuromancer doesnt seems that great); if I like the story, I read it. I would like to publish some books of my own, or work in a publication like a magazine, an e-zine, maybe a newspaper;
People I look up to:
people wanting to share ideas, and who knows maybe arguing with some of them. Totally great if they shared some of my interests, but if not I would like to listen to you anyway, and exchange thoughts. I like to learn new things
Geeky Habits:
spend more time on the computer than watching TV, and/or going to the movies. I used to collect calculators(just have 3 now). Stay awake all night long if I want to make something work(one time it was wireless on linux, coding some projects, researching about anything, praying, etc.) I have issues with getting to bed early
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