Michael Constantine Dimopoulos

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Michael Constantine Dimopoulos


My name is Michael Constantine Dimopoulos, I'm a practicing Orthodox Christian and an EECS major at the International Hellenic University. My main interests include philosophy, theology, history, folklore, the arts, electronics & computing. Within the field of CS, I'm mostly concerned with programming & algorithms, the theory of computation, Unix, computer architechture, hacking, making & cracking. Yes, that greasy wog with messy pomade hair is me. This photo is from the Andreas cave in the Nautilus hackerspace, in Sindos.

I'm a supporter of the Free Software movement, and an advocate for free, peer-to-peer, decentralised & federated communications.

I enjoy studying folklore, art, traditions & legends, mainly of the Greeks, but also related peoples in rest of the Balkans & Anatolia, around the Mediterranean & Black seas, in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, the Caucasus & more. I'm also interested in symbolism & mysticism.

I was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, and raised in the region of central Macedonia. I descent from a number of places in mainland Greece, the islands & Anatolia.

My name in Greek is Μιχαήλ Κωνσταντίνος Δημόπουλος. It's fairly standard for a Greek name, but it can be transliterated in a number of different ways. Μιχαήλ in english can be Michael, Mikhail, Michail, Mikhael etc. Similarly, Κωνσταντίνος can be Constantine, Konstantinos, Constantinos, etc. All of these variations are correct & I don't really have preference for any of them.

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