Last edited by MrNeeds; 11 Aug 2011 at 06:45 PM.
My hobbies are mostly computer based. Playing Everquest casually, working on my 16 web sites.
I also like to read. I have 3 ereaders and around 1 thousand paperback and hard cover books on numerous subjects. Aboput 700 or so ebooks, most free from Project Gutenburg. The rest are books I paid for and downloaded.
Jolly good JimJoe, keep 'em coming peeps, feel free to add any hobbies you have, i'm sure others would be glad to hear we're not just robots
Most of my hobbies are computer based as well, but I also like to rock climb (both indoors and outdoors) and hike (I have a tick sheet, and I tick off the peaks as I climb them)
Hmm, rock climbing and hiking would be nice - if only I were 40 years younger.
My hobbies are golf, learning graphics and providing home care for my wife.
Those pictures are cool! I wish had the talent to take pictures like that. And a decent camera would probably help too haha. I stick to computers as well. Photoshopping things is fun, I enjoy helping people fix computers, and currently I'm trying to learn web design from the ground up via some great free online tutorial sites. Although I'm trying to find a job at a computer store of some sort, (anyone wanna hook me up??? haha) part time after school, so I'm really too busy to do much about it currently. I also enjoy the occasional outdoor activity. And I've always wanted to go skydiving!
I used to read a lot, but since getting a laptop that activity has steeply declined. Partly because I spend less time searching for new books to enjoy, and partly because I feel like I could better spend my time learning more about computers when I'm reading, and that's distracting
here's one you'll like :IMG_1120.JPG< that wasn't on the flower, it was a hornet in mid flight
I have been making a vague attempt at learning Bryce, Blender, and DAZ Studio.
But for some reason the tutorials seem too 'scattered' in their presentation for me.
These all remind me of when I used to live in Washington state. Very very green and wet. I still miss it a lot, living here in the desert. In fact, I think I used to have a big tree/bush things with flowers like that. Very impressive.
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