Who am I? The longer version.
I was born in Mexico City, Mexico, but I spent a good chunk of my childhood in a small village in the state of Guanajuato. My free time during those days was devoted to hanging out with friends, playing with pet bugs, and filling out grammar books for fun. I also loved to rock climb (the five-foot rock fences). Eventually, I moved to Texas with my family. I grew to love learning, thinking, and doing Soduku and Logic puzzles (which involves both!). At some point, I fell in love with computers, math, and foreign languages. After getting into college, I wrote my first "Hello World!" program in C and life was complete. Well, almost. I've also dabbled in Topology (ie mathy stuff), Philosophy, and Psychology. I'm still undecided Concentration-wise, but I've discovered that life is like a simple C program: everything should work, but there are always syntax errors, null pointers, and memory leaks.
As to my other interests, I spend most of my time on Wikipedia. I love learning. I don't know if that's become evident yet, but I take the idea that knowledge is power to its extremes. I also occasionally wander to Ask A Mathematician or what-if for a random dose of the aforementioned knowledge. Since I'm on a rampage about sites anyhow, I might as well give thanks to The Browser
What about out in the real world? Well, I'm currently an undergraduate at Harvard College. My plan is to concentrate in Computer Science (Kudos to cs50 and Karma points to cs51 and to minor (?) in
For this summer, I will spend my days working full time for Harvard Forest (did you know that Harvard had a forest!). I will be developing (or, more accurately, continuing the development) of a software package dedicated to