Hello there! I'm Olivia Montoya (she/they pronouns), a 29-year-old former Stanford computer science major taking time off from school indefinitely for health reasons, solo hobby dev/designer, zinester, community builder, speaker, and a graphic designer at my day job. This is giving me more time to work on old projects I had to put on the back burner, so hopefully I'll finally be able to finish one of my games! (I've started a lot...)
List of important identities: queer, bi/pan, asexual, femme, mixed Latinx, autistic, chronically ill, atheist, feminist, secular humanist, skeptic (in the sense that my philosophy is to only believe significant claims with evidence, not in the “vaccine skeptic” or right-wing a-hole sense), zinester, INTP. I love to write, program, and create art, especially when I can combine all of these into one project! I love SF/Fantasy, superheroes, LARPing, comics, snail mail, books, cats, and being a massive nerd.
In the short amount of time I've been on Neocities so far, I've noticed that the people who are active on here tend to fall into five categories.
I'm sure there's more people than that using Neocities, but these categories describe most of the people on here who have an active personal website. I, of course, am part of the first category.
On 9-17-20 I got the shock of my life! I was looking around Neocities and stumbled onto a website that links to the Wayback Machine version of my old Geocities site from when I was 13. I googled the name of my old site, and it seems that the site I randomly stumbled on is the only site on the internet (or at least what Google indexes) that mentions it by name. And I stumbled on it randomly. What on Earth are the odds of that???? Here's the page the link is on.