Books: So many. But recently read "The Inheritance of Rome" very
interesting to see the rise of nationalities beginning to emerge
after the fall of the Roman Empire. Nate Silver's "The Signal and
the Noise" I majored in Finance and Economics so I like to read
things like that from time to time to keep them fresh in my mind.
Programming Books of all kinds from the last 30+ years, I think it
is fascinating to see how far we have come and really how much you
could do with the classic machines (Apple II, etc) Got a few things
working with them.
I get on kicks where I will try to learn everything I can about a
topic. I have a frightening level of knowledge on the early history
of animation, Walt Disney and a good bit of knowledge on Hollywood
and the Bay Area's contribution to modern technological
Music: Evanescence, Panic at the Disco, Other embarrassing pop
music that I won't mention. Also I like the Swing/WWII music that
airs on a station around here. You can get a feel for the age it
was made. An optimistic yet terrified age that danced to it in the
Shows: I love the TV of the 1970s. Columbo, Rockford Files, Kojack.
MeTV is awesome. Simpsons, Futurama, Law & Order
Movies: Comedies, Will Ferrell, David Cross That kind of stuff. I
ile the classics from the 20s-50s. There is a silent movie theater
that I like in Niles. If you would like to see a silent film I
would love to meet you.