Dispatching generic introduction… DONE.
You may call me Dr. Winterdawn, or Winter for short. Normally I don’t disclose my name, age, gender or country of origin - I prefer being a mysterious entity. Though some of you might already know some details already, so it’s pointless to keep it a secret.
Of course, I don’t mind if you ask me about one of the aforementioned details. A matrix with the likely-hood for each detail to be given an answer will be sent to you beforehand via a suitable private messaging method.
I am a full-time software developer. Albeit sometimes boring, the current job is okay. Typical moments of frustration that occur during programming aside, it’s fairly relaxed.
Besides programming, gaming, reading books and role-playing I’m also interested in a wide range of scientific topics. Such topics include, but are not limited to computer science, virtual/augmented reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, cybernetics, transhumanism and various more I cannot think of right now.
Generally I have no specific preference towards a genre: science fiction, fantasy, cyber/steampunk and so on are all fine to me. The same goes for game genres, it all depends how much I like the work itself - so I have a fairly mixed and random collection in my (game) library.
People usually associate me with science, AIs or androids. Most of my primary characters are usually androids and/or scientists. I even created a fantasy setting from scratch only to justify playing an android character (yes, it was a bunch of effort to make it work and have it blend in with the fantasy setting, but it was worth it and people seemed to have enjoyed the setting).
I don’t know how to conclude this introduction. I guess this picture of an smiling(?) android girl will do:
I like androids. Did I say that already?
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