I like using both sides of my brain. At one point in time, I saw myself as writing and making Atari 2600 games for a living (guess how long ago THAT was?)
Senior Developer at Playmatics, where we make weird, miscellaneous stuff. Usually helpful, educational, and scientific weird, miscellaneous stuff.
Honestly? JRPG-type stuff. Something modelled after my favorite games: Suikoden (series), Final Fantasy 4, Chrono Trigger/Cross, or Crystalis. Or a mashup of those. I think I would want my own Suikoden-esque series with a rich world where every element, every character, implies a plethora of untold stories.
Getting asked if I have experience with a job skill I don't list on my resume? Quite a lot. Trust me, if I had it, I'd shout about it.
Speculative fiction. That means science fiction, fantasy, horror, anything that goes beyond real life. I've been published in some professional venues like Daily Science Fiction, Fantasy Magazine and Orson Scott Card's IGMS, but nobody on the street knows who I am.
No. Pretty much every introvert I know is a 7 or 8 on the introvert scale. I'm a 10.0. Actually, I go up to 11. Be warned, asking me "Why are you so quiet?" more than once is a terrific way annoy me.