Kenneth Gomez. Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Constant temperature of 28C-32C all year.
I’ve learned, the hard way, that publicising too much personal information on the Internet can get one in trouble, whether one was looking for it or not. People can make use of your information in ways that you’d never think off. I was actually sued by a retard (he’s actually a fabulously rich retard living in the US from the Microsoft era) for comments made by others on one of my blog postings. The content of the posting had nothing to do with this retarded individual but instead of suing the women who made the comments against him, he opted to attack me. And since I’ve left traces of myself all over the Internet, it was very easy for them to find all they could about me. That was scary.
And because of that, I wont be divulging too much about who I am other than the fact that I am a mechanical engineer by training, who is currently working with an oil and gas consulting firm in Kuala Lumpur. I spend most of my time on the Internet, found the love of my life on the Internet and actually have more friends on the Internet than in real life.
I read a lot. I play chess a lot although that doesn’t seem to be helping in raising the standard of my game. And I love to program. I’ve dabbled in many languages but am now returning back to Java. I used to follow Java when it was in its infancy but had to let go because of exams. Now I program only when I have to simplify repetitive tasks at work.
I love physics and the power of the human mind. If you know of any sites related to enhancing one’s use of the human mind, do let me know.
Thanks for dropping by. I appreciate your time and I would love to hear your comments.