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My real name is Allen. I enjoy writing and proofreading, and am native English speaker. For historical perspective, I joined on 14 Jan 2012, during the SOPA discussion, but really started editing on 18 Mar 2012. Because I enjoy writing and copyediting, and frequently indulge in Wikipedia reading sessions (which occasionally get out of hand), becoming a Wikipedian and Wikibookian was a natural step. As of 2014, I'm a high school student.
As you can see from the wikiboxes, I haven't yet deeply mastered a particular programming language. After going around wikibooks for a while, I've made one observation: There's a wikibook for everything, it's just unfinished. Time to ready your keyboards.
My editing habits: I'm a frequent reader, and am constantly making small edits. I'll occasionally go through phases where I contribute more, depending on my free time and if I happen to find an interesting topic. I also enjoy reading user pages (which I find mainly through article histories and talk page discussions, though I'll occasionally browse from a category).