Instead of updating my age, I'll give my birthday: July 10, 1993. I'm an American Mormon. If you care to learn more about me for some reason, here's my Facebook.
Around 2005 my parents gave me The Book of Go as a present, which came with a two-sided cardboard goban (9x9 and 13x13) and flat stones. I loved rereading it but didn't get interested in playing until I had an epiphany in July 2010 about Go's awesomeness. My preferred ruleset is "NZ rules with a two-pass ending and the second-to-last passing player begins resumed play (not with a pass) after a dead stones dispute", and I would love to see a server with that option, unlimited simultaneous turn-based games, and Go Back functionality. However, I'm unsure whether simultaneous capture would make a deeper game (or, for that matter, an unlimited number of consecutive rounds of rock-paper-scissors). And let it be known forever that I played my very first 19x19 game of full-fledged Go on November 5, 2010 (and won!) and got my first full Go set on January 25, 2011!
I'm currently a junior at Brigham Young University and found many opportunities to teach Go in my first semester. I seem to have a set pattern for teaching Go to beginners now.
Sadly, I won't be playing online until at least 2016 because turn-based games last a while and I'll be going on a two-year mission for my church soon. Looking forward to see the progress of the Kaya Go Server by that time!