I've been obssessed with computers and games from my earliest memories to now. I tried to learn how to code when I was a preteen but couldn't figure it out until a couple years ago. It's never too late to learn something new. Here are some things that are important to me.
I initially joined the furry fandom """as a joke""", but then it became a real interest after I met many people who are special to me.
My fursona, Miles the Kiophen
Miles, "mileskitaro" Kitaro is a kiophen from den. They're a gliding delivery kiophen, and travel between branches of the great tree to make their deliveries. They're kind of a loner due to their job which prevents them from staying in one place for too long.
My favorite color is cyan, the color between green and blue. Most people think cyan is just light blue, but it's its own color. Most people haven't been raised with the vocabulary to distinguish between cyan and blue.
Cyan is the base hue, and some tones of cyan include teal, turquoise, and aqua. I've heard that in some places, bright cyan is called 'neon blue'. I can accept this over calling it light blue..
When you put them side by side like that, the light blue can look like lavender, but it's literally pure blue with white added to it. Here's 256 randomly generated shades of cyan.
I'm a fan of the Y2K aesthetic. It's starting to come back into fashion lately, but I'm not sure if people have noticed yet. Give it another 10 years and we'll reach the 30 year cultural cycling period, and we'll be seeing a revival of the 2000s like how the early 90s were revived with vaporwave.