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Name: David R. Hedges

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Education: B.S. Computer Science, Univeristy of Minnesota Institute of Technology, 2006

Interests: Computers (software, networking, internet, databases, linux, hardware), photography, health, fitness, psychology, sociology, morality, music, German, grammar, writing, helping people, solving problems, learning from the past, learning, television, fun, citrus beverages

Music: I've kind of been on an electronic music bend recently. For example, (which, if you're not familiar, is a web site that has a service that'll track the music that I listen to, and generate statistics thereof) notes that the following artists have received some of the most plays from me recently: Justice, Daft Punk, Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold, Deadmau5, MGMT, and The Prodigy. Others in the top artists include Jamiroquai, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Veronicas (though, I think that's probably a short-term bias), Ludovico Einaudi, Girl Talk, Kanye West, Beck, Mutemath, Phish, Semisonic (heh, most of that is from today--listened to the entire "Feeling Strangely Fine" album again), Muse, and the list goes on. So ... I like a lot of music, but a few top genres are probably: alternative, pop, electronic, classical, hip-hop, and rock. You can check out what I'm listening to here, if you're really interested :).