Damien Joseph Ryan
I'm a graduate of the Dublin Institute of Technology where I studied Computer Science, Physics, and Software Engineering. Thankfully it didn't quite kill me, but I do have a few more grey hairs than someone of my age should have.
I've lived in a part of inner-city Dublin called the Liberties for most of my life and while I loved living in such a historical area I felt it was time to move on. In April 1999, I moved out to East Wall an area beside the Dublin Port. Like most inner-city areas it has an undeserved reputation and it a pretty nice place to live in.
Now I live in Cambridge in the UK and have grown to live small town life. It's a nice place with all the benefits of a big city but none of the horrible things.
I love all types of SF and Fantasy especially Babylon 5 and its follow up Crusade and one of my favourite authors is Harlan Ellison but I'll usually read almost anything except Mills and Boons.
More later ;-) Or you could check out my ego page
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