A list of some of the articles I have started can be found here. The list is not all-inclusive. A list of barnstars I have been awarded is here.
I am a member of WikiProject Florida, and a large portion of my editing is related to Florida-related topics. Occasionally, I have the urge to categorize the thousands of uncategorized articles that are under the aegis of the WikiProject, with an eye towards possibly removing some of the less-relevant articles, and targeting the higher-importance articles for Article Improvement Drive collaboration. When the urge strikes, you will see my edit count spike.
I am an infobox fanatic; I strongly believe that articles for which a standardized infobox template exists should include them from the very first edit. I'm not a fan of "customized" infobox templates that relate to only a handful of articles; I am referring to widely used templates such as the ones used for cities, radio stations, NRHP sites and the like, not an infobox for a single company linking all of its products together.
My Wikipedia philosophy is quite complex, and defies easy categorization. My ideal for a more perfect Wikipedia would be to create many wikis for pop culture topics and transwiki many of the related articles on Wikipedia to them. (Some of these already exist in a fairly substantial format, such as Memory Alpha and Wookiepedia). I see no reason why all 703 episodes of the live-action Star Trek (and 17 of the 22 animated episodes) should have articles on Wikipedia, when Memory Alpha exists. (Before you go hating on me for that, note that I own all 720 episodes on DVD, as well as all but three of the movies.) This does not make me a deletionist, however. I also believe in structurism, and a combination of two opposing philosophies mergism and seperatism; merging in small articles rather than deleting them and seperating large articles rather than deleting content. I also agree with the tenets of exclusionism, although that also leads back to transwikism again.
On May 1, 2008, I was confirmed as an Administrator, and received my mop.
Since February 2014, I am User:Horologium on all WMF projects. I had to ask for special dispensation on the German Wikipedia, where someone else had claimed that name and usurpation was not allowed. When my edits on en.wp began to be imported there, the GFDL required attribution to me, which required that username to be assigned to me.