Do you design PC boards? If so, what tool do you use, and why did you choose it?
Growing up as a child, Did your parents placed an extreme burden on you to be the very best in most the things that you do ?
Do you let exposure to new ideas and concepts from others influence the overall direction of a project or the outline of its path in your conceptual thinking? For example music,code or research? Is serendipity influential at times and do you find it beneficial?
I sometimes try to be serendipitous and do things I couldn't have imagined doing 2 years ago. I think it's good for personal growth. But it also means many projects will be left unfinished.
Do you consider yourself a hermit ?
I have my social times though, and even in solitude I like to keep some medium open. Nowadays most often IRC.
What kinds of books do you read, and what were the last ones you read and recommend to like minded ?
Are you a night owl?
I often think that a good recipe is like good code..I understand you like Sushi,(my favorite), do you cook at home, do you prepare meals that others may enjoy? also can you provide details on what some of the materials are to foreign people ?
We are in the information age, but often it seems the information is scattered within so many different realms...when you do research, is the a specific process or method that you used to ease the gathering of information?
Also, talking to experts or expert-level hobbyists is often very effective. Generally people you'd expect to know more about it.
The movie Wizkid was one of my enjoyment as a kid growing up, have you ever seen it? http://bit.ly/2lynO11
Have you ever been to the U.S. or comp. security conferences there?
Over the years have you met a large amount of people that are very much like you in your area?people with similar attention to details,curiosity and geeky sense of investigations?
if you didn't have the early influence instilled in you from your dads experimentations with electronics, music equipment and the hands on approach of your mom... would you still be you, now? would you had still be constantly fascinated and surrounded by electronics, would you be curious as now?
Do you feel it's hard to guide people who may not keep up with your step pace ? it's hard for me to explain things to those who have different mindsets or often I loose track of the path taken, what is your process?
Do you listen to RF spectra on a daily basis? do you have any other equipment besides the gnuradio/Hackrf stuff? have you ever used this... I own 2... http://bit.ly/2kTrXvL
Are you into Japanese culture?
How do you keep up with all the social networks(7 or so), plus your blog... I can tell you also have favorite social settings, and the content is different or more on a one to one basis like G+...how do you balance it all?
As for posting, I alternate between them. Sometimes I don't post anything for weeks, or maybe even months as with G+. Then I think of something that absolutely needs to go on Twitter, and post it and maybe reply to replies for a while. Or see something funny on the town and take a quick instagram pic. But I'm not too stressed about them. Online downshifting, maybe?
You are a naturally great teacher, a mysterious one but definitely inspiring... have you ever thought of getting sponsored to teach others like many do via patreon.com ?
Often lay people see your work as simple or almost magic like, simply lacking understanding & the arduous work and dedication that goes into it, likely it's experience gathered through the years by hands-on, often your explanations are straight and direct(which deceived its complexity) Do you agree?
Somehow the popular image of a 'hacker' has a lot in common with that of a witch or wizard. And people seem to enjoy it - I've gotten such comments on my talks as 'It was very exciting, although I didn't understand anything'.
I often get frustrated when people interest in a field of work don't do simple searches or read protocol standards that explain everything... but often laziness gets the best of them...do you feel some hand holding is needed for those people?
I saw your Ted Talk and you are great in public gatherings....I felt so personally there...would you ever consider doing something like https://www.youtube.com/user/micahjd/featured
Ok!,I know you like interesting music and art but can you dance, :-)
I love your improvisation when you have to use whats near & available(hair pins as probes) and your instant hacking of code when theirs a need...I too prefer this over neatness or oneway best practices. Do you feel you can teach better this way?....why not release more quirkyness as proof of concept
I know you speak 3 languages, have you ever heard of daniel tammet or his book "born on a blue day" http://www.danieltammet.net/blue-day.php
It's not uncommon for Finnish people to speak two or more languages. My native language, Finnish, is spoken almost nowhere else than in Finland, so any traveling or communication with foreigners would be pretty difficult otherwise. Also, Finland is officially a bilingual country (Finnish + Swedish). I've learned more just for fun - currently I speak four. But it has taken some time and I don't consider this skill superhuman. Languages are interesting!