Final year University student, studying Commerce and Science. Done some computer science subjects, but no specific qualifications. Been a computer buff since I was about six, and discovered this little world I could bend to my will (well, at least until Windows came along...). I wouldn't say I'm an expert in any particular area, but I've dabbled in everything and solved many of my own problems.
I'm currently running a small network for a home office, maintaining a band website (www.dreamwater.com/numb) and doing some graphic design work for a rave, which thoroughly fills what little spare time I have between studying for two degrees and playing guitar in a band.
Actually, most of this is no longer true: I left the band, so I stopped updating their website, the rave was months ago, and I've only got two weeks left in my degrees.
Even THIS is no longer true. I have finished Uni (yay!) and am now officially an unemployed bum. Anyone need a marketing graduate with extensive experience in computing and philosophy? There HAS to be a career in that somewhere...
Well, I'm back at Uni again. Apparantly the world does not have a burning need for a philosophical, computer-literate, marketing graduate, so I've gone back to do honours in marketing. Gives me more time to play here...