If particulars are to have meaning, there must be universals.
If you are visiting this website then the odds are good that you know me personally; if not, then hi, my name is Chris, how are you doing? I'm doing fine, thanks for asking. I hope you enjoy your little visit to my personal corner of the Internet.
I mess around with computers a lot: I'm a professional programmer (or 'software engineer' if you are an HR-type person and care about such titles) and have been coding since I was a little kid. I love programming in Lisp and C mostly, I really like Ruby too, and I have dabbled with many other languages through the years. This site is in Lisp. I'm a big fan of Linux and a big anti-fan of Microsoft Windows, although some of their other stuff isn't that bad. I think Apple is a lot worse than Microsoft.
I also like mathematics, hiking, and philosophy. I have a cat and a lot of fish. My favorite color is light blue, the hue of this site if your monitor is tuned correctly.
I am a Christian. I mean by that statement that I try to follow the teachings and commands of Jesus Christ, whom I view as The One True God, the specifics of the mechanics of that I consider myself somewhat unaware of. By stating that I am a Christian, there are several things that other people, both Christians and non-Christians, sometimes associate with that claimed title that I do not hold to. If you ever meet me in person then I would be happy to fill in the details for you. I find some other religions interesting to study, in a sort of anthropological or sociological way.
Hope you have fun!