Known aliases: The Moxter, Foxie Moxie
Hosting experience: I’ve been managing Timeless Underground since June of this year. I’ve hosted for Rane at the Rock Factory a few times now. I also occasionally host and DJ at The Diffuse Lounge. I get really fidgety when there’s a group of people and no one’s talking and I’m happiest when the conversations flowing and there’s room for anyone to add something – which is largely why I’m fond of visiting Caledon events.
Favorites: I have lots of favorites, it’s hard for me to pin down as they’re ever changing.
Musically I am all over the map – Placebo, Billie Holiday, Depeche Mode, Jane Siberry, Moby, NIN, The Housemartins, The Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, Erasure, Pete Seeger, Charles Trenet, Frank Sinatra…
Other favorite things include: kyoot Japanese things, The Princess Bride, Monty Python, 24, BBC America, This American Life on NPR, Rescue Remedy, The New Yorker, Snocones, Neal Stephenson, The Borrowers, Shaun of the Dead, Vitamin Water, anything made out of Melamine, and people that make me giggle.
What do you hope to bring to Radio Riel: I’ll bring my sunny disposition and unfortunate penchant for never being dressed in the correct era for any given event.
How did you get started in SL? I beta tested TSO (Alphaville) and then heard about There.Com. Thankfully, I found out about SL shortly thereafter and never went back. My paradigm was shifted, my mind was blown, and I was immediately addicted. Sadly, I was lost to the land of dial-up for a year or so, and returned this past April. This second go-round has been even better than the first.
Other: When I am not working, I can often be found in my giant mailbox on Ravkom. I love finding silly things to do, and helping people out.