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Inspired by Thaddeus at Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange, I'm developing a new post style to make my answers better and more readable. I expect this style to evolve over the coming weeks and months as I continue to work on improving it. If you have any feedback or suggestions about this new style, come talk with me in chat and I'll listen.


I'm a computer and tech enthusiast with a variety of interests, from video games to fountain pens.

I take the accuracy and correctness of my contributions very seriously. If you find any problems with my posts, feel free to edit them or let me know in chat if you have any questions or comments.

I also enjoy taking pictures—I use a Pentax K-5 and a small selection of Pentax lenses. You can also find me on Pentax Forums.


Gravatar derived from D&D red dragon on Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of LittleDrakon, CC BY-SA

Note that I'm not really into tabletop RPGs. I simply felt that this image suits me best.

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