At some point, I had contributed so much on Swedish Wiktionary that they made me an admin. At the time, it was possibly a decision taken so I could correct my own typos, but nonetheless it was and is an honour, and I take pride in making the Wikiworld richer and hopefully more inclusive. Editing with best intentions, we learn and we grow, pobody's nerfect. I wish someone will feel inspired by what I've made.
I'm oftentimes a bit of everywhere and nowhere, with a finger in every pie: a true Gemini, some would say. My interests span from onomastics to voguing, mythology to migration, and geography to genealogy, human rights are human rights and love is love. Interests... also include folklore, aviation industry and nonavian dinosaurs, but the subject perhaps closest to heart is language history. Now that I'm a few years into my thirties, I start to feel like I'm collecting universities rather than university credit. There's just too much knowledge to tie me to one subject. Aside from English and Swedish, I also try to speak Yiddish and Castellano.
To think that we are an organism that tamed electricity, now interconnected in a web where thousands of us, like ants to their stack, endlessly and globally build this giant book collecting all public knowledge - to be shared for free? It's pretty neat, don't you think? I think our readers normally search for very basic facts (short but clear definitions), as well as grammatical use. My entries should in the best of days include all the information needed to grasp the unknown, for a newbie or a nerd
Okay, I'm already tired of everything I just wrote. Also I like poetry, parties, tacos and memes. Not in that particular order. Time to stop writing this text and back to creating ~epic entries~. Bye!