-informally studying languages
-working in IT
-Food happens when I'm around.
-Finding time to do all of the things I really want, even at seemingly inconvenient times (e.g. during the middle of a busy semester).
-Thrift store scavenger hunts.
-Finding ways to get free books.
-Making lists, apparently.
-Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
-Harry Potter #3
-(Greg Bear collection of short stories:) "Heads" "Sisters" "Shroedinger's Plague" "Dead Run"
-Foundation series (1-4, Foundation and Earth is iffy)
-The Devil's Advocate
-V for Vendetta
-Buffy the Vampire Slayer
-Digimon (seasons 1 and 2)
-Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex
-House of Waters
-In a Big Country
-Yesterday and Today
-Blinded by the Light (and Chopsticks)
-Tsuki no Uta
-Shinjitsu no Uta
-Shiki no Uta
-My laptop's self-destruct button. I've used it at least seven times.
-Good food, or the lack of, really affects my mood. (Is that odd?)
-Reciprocity and continuity.
-The ridiculousness of grand narratives. They are everywhere.
-Translations and jargon. And time.
-Why are Sign Language and C++ languages if they're not spoken, in a verbal sense? Why isn't Braille there?