My interaction in Wikipedia is fairly minor, as I am expert on nothing much. Mostly I just potter around topics I know something about when I find myself unable to sleep, and fill in any little gaps I find. I also enjoy a spot of amateur photography, so I try and upload my photos wherever relevant (as Public domain or under Creative Commons licenses), because I enjoy seeing articles with a splash of colour!
Areas of personal interest (and likely Wikipedia contribution)
- Places of interest (or not) in the UK.
- History, in which I gained my degree at uni, specialising in nationalism.
- Almost all types of music, especially:
- vintage funk, soul, rare groove, etc.
- most forms of electronica, particularly drum and bass, but also nu skool breaks, psytrance and others.
- fusions of live and electronic music such as Hybrid, Reprazent, Shpongle, The Ozric Tentacles, etc.
- I had about 10 years of classical lessons on the piano and clarinet. In 2007 I started teaching myself (non classical) alto sax.
- I also have a long and continuous history of playing in bands and producing music in a small bedroom studio.
- I output my music-related writings of a more subjective, opinion-based nature than appropriate for Wikipedia (let's not call it "blogging") at www.last.fm/user/stevekeiretsu/. Somewhat sporadically it must be said.
Articles I have created
Although when you look at them they won't necessarily be as I left them, of course!
Photos I have submitted
Please refer to my gallery of photos.
Moved list to User:Stevekeiretsu/Albums.
Pages I always want to get back to
- Wikipedia:Picture of the day
- http://www.keiretsumusic.com/steve/ My personal home page