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Science Fiction, Graphic Novels, Philosophy Books, Computer Science
Textbooks, Film/Music criticism.
I tend to like auteur movies, off-beat films, really good hard
scifi, and movies that fail because they are just too fabulous. The
right kind of documentary really interests me, but I've found I'm
neither into political documentaries or nature documentaries.
Classic Science Fiction, Anime (ideally more socially driven
slice-of-life stuff than action-packed stuff) and diverse character
driven ensemble pieces like The Wire or Orange is the New
Oh, I want to list pages ... it can range from pop to noise-metal
to weird experimental things to classic rock ... I'm both very
discerning but have a wide palate, especially if people have
written good literary cricism about music. I tend to go no earlier
than 60s Miles Davis, and I generally am not into things just for
I've been playing video games since the earliest days of the home
computer, so I'll just say that I like anything with a good story
and interesting mechanics. If I had to pick a modern genre, I
suppose I'd say I tend to favour Role Playing Games.
There is an awesome community of independent artists in Toronto who
use the medium of video games to explore issues of diversity,
queerness, and all sorts of artistic expression! I love that people
have taken games and turned it into an accessible way for people
who otherwise wouldn't be into programming to get into programming
as an art form!
I'm starting to get into board games, again I prefer interesting
mechanics though I'll play anything with people I enjoy being