I like / I don't like
I like to engage with other developers, and that's why I built this little website. I like cooking. I don't like lacking time to eat properly, which is correlated to the frustration of lacking time to cook properly. I like OO Design Patterns. I don't like having to periodically succumb to my sugar addiction. I like running. I don't like Spring and flowers and birds singing happily. I like French Critic. I like lying about liking French Critic and not liking Spring. I like Art, which is another way of saying I want you to believe I'm smart. I don't like listening to people talking about Art, or having to talk about Art myself, because when that occurs there's nothing smart about it. I like trying to understand how our day and age is modeled and by what, which often leads me to fall asleep like a baby. I like learning those programming languages that are heavily involved in modeling our day and age, which also often leads me to fall asleep like a baby. I don't like having to understand the functioning of complex financial instruments to get the world we live in, as it makes me wonder why there is no way to short my resistance to this sugar addiction of mine. I like Comic books because they are one of the most efficient vehicles to capture a given day and age. I like building stories, and I believe in the narrative power of applications. I don't like having to wait for the next season of my favorite TV shows, even though I take some pleasure in inflicting on myself the pain of imagining all the developments the writers could come up with, including mixing all the plots of the TV shows in question together. I like talking about the things I like.
I find it funny / I don't find it funny
I find it funny when browsers don't all display my pages the same way because it gives me a good opportunity to practice a dark sense of humor. I don't find it funny when I fall on the stairs at work because my eyes are riveted on my mobile and people are laughing at me. I find it funny that it makes me feel very snobbish when I say I like French Critic, even though I cast a veil of doubt on whether it's true or not. I don't find it funny when I have to search for my keys for hours, and the phone is ringing, and my mobile starts ringing too, and the washing machine starts whirring too and there's no way I can do what my reptilian brain urges me to do in such situations, which is either to lie on the floor in a fetal position and put my hands on my ears or tear apart all those devices, including the car whose keys are nowhere to be found. I find it funny that people can actually get angry at each other just by talking about CSS classes and ids, but I understand the need of looking like an opinionated person, which I myself do by implying that I'm above such topics.
I have / I don't have
I have lived in L.A., been at CalArts, am currently based in Geneva, Switzerland. I have a degree in French literature and film (yes, I like linguistics and semiotics). I don't have time to play video games anymore (which is frustrating for me, but a relief to my wife). I have a certain number of questions about time management I'd like to ask those who have read every single sentence of this rendered HTML document. I have had it.