My name’s Andrew Cilio, as you should already know, given you’ve found this place. I do things like driving to and from Chicago on a whim, eating what I’ve found, and lavishing in the pursuit of mimicry for the purpose of knowledge. I enjoy challenges, big or small–the more unique, the better.

I also try to think about a lot of things I don’t usually think about, and one conclusion I had recently is: I need to do it more. I need to put the time and effort in; I need to focus on thinking about all kinds of things. That’s important–to think about what’s not immediately conscious. The question of “why?” seems to then become a whole lot more meaningful and mysterious. So it goes, like a timelessĀ Greek tragedy with mystery proving quite fun when you take the proper perspective.

Playing Tetris