I'm essentially what you'd call a bit of a geek type. I'm a physicist by training, and know little bits about lots of stuff. I'm not an uber-geek when it comes to computers, but am comfortable with them.
Chances are, if it's what some might call a little geeky, I've looked into it at some point!
I'm married to Monica ban_monica, we've been together since the early 90's and we tied the knot in 2001.
According to The Political Compass, I'm at a position of: Economic Left/Right: -0.50 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.03, which I suppose makes me a bit of a woolly liberal.
Updated on 20th April 2005, now -3.0, -5.08. To be fair, some of the questions I answered to the letter, though a more detailed answer would probably have scored me differently, e.g. I agree with the statement that 'The only social responsibility of a company should be to deliver a profit to its shareholders.' - indeed, that is their legal requirement. However, if an activity is deemed undesirable it is up to the government and the public (i.e. the ultimate customers) to impose penalties on the business and hence on the shareholders, thus making it in the companies' self interest to act responsibly. In the question 'No one chooses his or her country of birth, so it's foolish to be proud of it.' it is foolish to be proud of where you were born just because you were born there, it isn't foolish (a priori) to be proud of what your country is or what your country does.... although it may be foolish to be proud in practice!