Hello, I'm blimpsgo180. I have been interested in emulation since first learning about it in high school (maybe fifteen years ago). I was an active member in the Dreamcast emulation/homebrew scene back in the early aught's. I thought it was the coolest thing that my Dreamcast could also double as a NES, Genesis, Gameboy, etc. As time went on, the Dreamcast scene waned in popularity, and I moved on to the OG Xbox scene (installed a modchip and everything), then the GP2X scene, then Pandora, and now Pyra. All of my work hours are spent volunteering. I volunteer at a library and with Habitat for Humanity, so my current income is $0 a year. I do love what I do though, and Habitat in particular is providing me really good experience. My other really nerdy hobby is concert taping and trading (they're not bootlegs... this is a totally legal hobby). I used to browse lists of people's concert collections on db.etree.org, email them asking if they wanted to trade, and send and receive padded envelopes of burned CD-R's (and later DVD-R's) with concerts on them. I had two shoeboxes of burned concert discs -- one shoebox full of jazz music, and one shoebox full of rock music. One day (with the advent of the terabyte hard drive) I transferred every single burned disc in my shoeboxes to a hard drive and that is where my collection now resides. I have a car head-unit that plays FLAC files (the preferred file format of concert tapers and traders), and listen to shows in the car. Oh, and I've taped and shared four shows -- Animal Collective, The Wrens, Toby Keith, and Distant Worlds (Final Fantasy music). All concert trading these days is done on BitTorrent. BitTorrent is about a million times faster than snail mail, but something special has been lost.