Currently looking for a job in data analysis or database management in the Seattle area while I enjoy that unemployed lifestyle.
I really like, A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson, I, Robot by Isaac Asimov, and The Better Angels of Our Nature by Steven Pinker. I tend to go in for the non-fiction and hard science fiction genres, but I'm not really all that picky. I just don't spend much time reading so when I do, I try to pick books from the genres that most engage me.
I think Life in a Day, The Big Lebowski, and Moon all rank among my favorites. I also really love The Martin Freeman Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, but it's not quite as flawless as those other three.
I'm not the biggest audiophile, but I really like Beirut, Lemaitre and Christopher Tin's Calling All Dawns. I also tend to enjoy anything in the classic rock and math rock genres, but I'm very willing to sample. I sometimes check out NPR's All Songs Considered, they've turned me on to some weird stuff over the years; check out Tim Hecker's "Live Room".
I love me some Blueberries, some Raspberries, and some Oreos with Skim Milk.
Clorox wipes and Swiffer dusters
Situationally appropriate music
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