I used to be into fiction more. I still love reading fiction - and would like to get back into writing it someday - but right now I've been focusing on journalism and I think a great piece of reporting can be just as moving as fiction. For example, this piece on the one man who fought Muhammed Ali then disappeared is amazeballs, and I don't give a hoot about boxing (http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/eticket/story?page=091216/JimmyRobinson). It's just an insightful, human story with some great prose and an intriguing mystery underlying it.
My interests mostly gravitate towards media - movies, books, TV, video games, comic-books, etc... This isn't to suggest I'm a total recluse, though. I'm equal parts extrovert and introvert. I work from home and after a while cabin fever takes its toll and I need to poke about in the world. I came to the realization that I don't mind staying in for two nights in a row or going out two nights in a row, but I generally don't like to do either of these things for three nights in a row. I've gotta mix it up, ya know?
I also travel a fair amount for work.