I have collected so far more than 800 CDs full of music, I enjoy design, videos, technical innovations, reading books and can't ever say no to a good trip and great food. In the past years I tried to master the art of charcoal barbecueing. I'm getting there.
A few years ago when I had the chance to visit San Francisco, I didn't rent a car but spent each day 14 hours exploring the city by foot. It was fun and exhausting but I came to the conclusion that someday I need to live there for at least a couple of months.
I always wanted to become a teacher to explain all the kids why knowledge is so important and that it can help us all to make the world a better place.
But then I suddenly lived in Copenhagen, Denmark where I was riding a bicyle every day to ensure Europe's city with the most satisfied people really has more bikes than citizens. If you ever go there visit Holberg No 19 and eat a "California" - the probably best sandwich in Europe.
I've spent not-vacation and vacation time in countless of different cities in China, America and Europe and was eventually living one month in China and two years in Gibraltar (yes, I also had to Google this one first). It was all a lot of fun and I had the unique chance to make friends all over the world. I still want to do a roadtrip through the US and to the North Cape.
Now I am living in Berlin, Germany and creating with a bunch of outstanding people at GameDuell the world's greatest social games community.
I am optimistic, a workaholic, believe that everyone deserves a second chance, started to write a book, learnt that who dares wins and know that the happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.