I'm a community college student looking to transfer to either Cal Poly San Luis Obispo or UC Berkeley to major in electrical engineering. I'm also procrastinating on my electricity and magnetism homework at the moment...
Computer Addict. Fun job. :3
Selling junk on ebay More of a temporary job thing.
That's the best/easiest job! Finding stuff posting it on ebay and collecting big $! I sold a $20 antique tattoo gun from a flea market for $800 once (my biggest sale for least investment). What sux is when it doesn't sell and you gotta foot the listing fee.Selling junk on ebay More of a temporary job thing.
I've been selling a lot of stuff, but for some reason nobody bought or even watched the gamecube.
I'm an internal investigator for one of America's great banks. It's a decent gig, but I find that most people that work for this company aren't quick to become friends... wonder why
Right now I could imagine being a biologist, musician, composer, political analyst, Latin scholar/teacher, chemist. I'm not good at all of those things but I like them all alright. I know I'll probably never do anything with pure math or medicine.
My grow list: http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index...howtopic=21973
Ph.D genetics student living on program stipend
Computer game maker. Been doing it for 16 years professionally. Titles I've worked on include (chronologically listed):
- Quarterback Club Football (Gameboy, Game Gear)
- Justice League Task Force (Sega Genesis)
- Diablo II
- Diablo II - Lord of Destruction
- Current unannounced project
I never intended to go into the game biz, but was working for a company shortly after college that got a contract to do some game art (for a game for the Atari Lynx, for those of you older gamers), and knew within a week that this would be my career. Sixteen years later, I'm still at it.
Malo Periculosam Libertatem Quam Quietum Servitium
My photos are copyright-free and public domain
Still waiting on Diablo III caps!
You don't need an iron chest if you have a sharp brain and a silk tongue.