I don't really read books for entertainment
as much as for knowledge, so my list of favorite books would be a
myriad of computer-related books. Here are my last five reads:
Modern Operating Systems, Parallel Programming, Object-Oriented
actually for school. haha
Inception (of course), The Prestige, The
Fifth Element, Friday, Tucker & Dale vs Evil, Thank You for
Smoking, Blue Streak, Bad Boys II, Spirited Away, Princess
Mononoke, Children of Men, 28 Days/Weeks Later, Searching for Bobby
Fischer, The Matrix, Resident Evil (the first one), and many others
I can't name off the top of my head.
Archer, Sherlock, Game of Thrones
Walking Dead, The Boondocks, House, Californication, True Blood
(glad it's ending though), Fringe, Breaking Bad, The Office,
Outsourced, Top Gear [UK]. I don't have a TV--nor do I have
cable--so I usually download only a few shows to watch per season.
But I do love a lot of the stuff on Nat Geo, Discovery, the History
channel, Food Network and HGTV (mostly the G part of that) whenever
I do watch.
A lot of stuff. Mostly
ambient/electronica (shoegaze as well), Soul/R&B (more soul
than modern R&B), Hip-Hop, Trip-Hop, and some rock as well.
Lately, I've been feeling trap music a bit more.
Ulrich Schnauss, The Last Atlant,
Boards of Canada, Fat Jon, Nujabes, Maxwell, Anthony Hamilton,
Raheem DeVaughn, Erykah Badu, James Brown, Outkast
, Mos Def/Talib Kweli/Blackstar,
MF DOOM, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Clams Casino, mc chris, edIT,
PANTyRAiD, C2C, Nosaj Thing, Aesop Rock, Blockhead, RJD2, Queens of the
, Gorillaz, Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers,
Deadmau5, dj GT, ATB, Enigma, Trifonic, Daughter Darling, some
Tiesto, some Coheed and Cambria, some Roots, some Hieroglyphics,
some Little Brother, some De La Soul, and lots of random old-school
stuff from the 90s.
Soul, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican,
Korean. I'm open to a lot of different foods and I like trying new
ones when I get the chance. Never know what you'll like until you
give it a shot. :)
GTA:SA, GTAIV (GTAV was ok), Counter-Strike
1.6, SimCity, Forza [Horizon], Metroid Prime 1 and 2, Donkey Kong
Country 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles (probably my favorite game of all
time; I count it as one since it was designed as one game but
limited by hardware), loved the concept of Watch Dogs. Still making
my way through Borderlands 2. And can't forget about the Last of Us
(only game to ever make me cry) and Walking Dead Season 1 (almost
made me cry).