Albert's always sincere; he's the sensitive type. His intentions are clear: he wants to be well-liked. Well, if everything is nothing, then are we anything? And is it better to be better than to be anything?
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My name's Emmanuel Go. I'm a twenty-two-year-old Asian male. I graduated from WPI in May of 2004 with a bachelor's degree in mathematical science [An Asian who's good at math? Shocker!] and moved back home to New Jersey. I currently work in the web department of Bristol-Myers Squibb, but the plan is to go to grad school this fallnext fall someday. My goal is to be a jack-of-all-trades, though there are a few fields in which I wouldn't mind being a king or an ace.
Sometime between high school and graduating college I switched from being an ISTJ to being an INFP. I'm slowly working my way back. Current testing says I'm an ISTP.
I don't use LiveJournal to keep my own online log; I just got it to read certain friends' private entries. Some years ago, I wrote my own little system. There is currently no way to leave comments, though I may change my mind about including such a system at a later date. Also, there is no such thing as a private or friends-only entry; you see what everyone else sees. I believe in being open. I may be slowly developing tact, but that remains to be seen.