Originally from Florida.
I discovered Everything2 in the summer of 2004; soon it was to become my life. I read node after node after node, constantly clicking around. Before I did anything, I, unlike my friends, didn't "Google" it or "Wiki" it, but Everything2'ed it. AP Chemistry? The Hudsucker Proxy? Calculus? Cornell University? How to write a screenplay? Richard Dawkins?
After nearly a year of not feverishly reading Everything2, I rediscovered it. And now, finally, I have an account. Finally, I am a noder (or wannabe noder).
College has been a learning experience, no doubt about that-it gives me experiences, social and intellectual, to reflect upon. When I'm not compulsively buying something used off Amazon or ebay or reading everything2 or blogs I'm plugging away at an extraordinarily useful History major with a minor in Spanish.
When I'm not on E2, I'm usually reading:
but for the most part I'm glued to my computer