1. I talk a lot about my love and avid usage of the web. I'm pretty much a professional web surfer, blog reader, Stumbler, e-mail demon, always looking for what's new and customizing the web just for me. Computers are one of the most important things in my life, not only as a tool, but as THE tool, an outlet, a platform, and a machine that constantly fascinates me. The web has greatly shaped me as a person, as someone who needs to learn and to search, to post and to communicate, to collect and share information.
2. I tend to have apprehensions but always decide to "dive in" to new things. In just about every project I voiced some kind of worry in the initial stage, but through my work I became either accepting of what was going or finding it more enjoyable or interesting or doable than I could have imagined. This is probably very important for my portfolio, because it shows that with an interest in something and no previously knowledge of HOW to do something, I still make great attempts to do my tasks, mostly because of my love and knowledge of the internet itself. I do not fear it.
3. My apprehension for group work comes up a lot. I really dislike "taking charge," but I do it anyway because I dislike being quiet and complacent even more. I suppose this isn't really something I'd like to highlight, but maybe I can spin it in a way that makes it look like a strength and/or and obstacle overcome. Likely the latter.