I will like you if you smile & laugh easily but can also be serious, and if you express interest in me.
On the other-than-work side, I am very involved in organizing Youth Dance Weekend, a contra dance weekend in Vermont that is great. And generally being involved in the contra dance community.
I had a near-ideal weekend recently that involved a house concert by a Scottish band at my friend's house in Montague, a birthday party on a farm in Amherst with a campfire, a contra dance in Greenfield where I saw a friend I hadn't seen forever followed by an outing to the People's Pint with other friends, a brunch potluck in Northampton with new circus/activist friends, and a birthday party of a contra dance friend in Keene involving lots of great friends, lots of food, lots of children, giant jenga, and darts. In and around the edges I lazed around my house a lot in my hammock gchatting with friends.
Sometimes people notice how blue my eyes are.
Internet read-y things: FlowingData, Mike Lux, Project for Public Spaces, FiveThirtyEight (can't wait for it to start up again!)
Webcomics: xkcd & Hark A Vagrant. No others.
Movies: Children of Men, Election, Inside Man, Lost in Translation, Muppet Christmas Carol, I Heart Huckabees, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Three Kings.
Shows: Doctor Who, Firefly, Sherlock, Lost
Music: For a long time, the biggest thing was celtic fusion music, with some folk around the edges. Now it's a smattering of indie rock and electronic/dance/pop, along with the celtic fusion and contradance stuff.
Food: Simple stuff. Soup. Carbs (doesn't get better than fresh bread). Local food. Vegetarian food. Homemade food. Go-to snack is a bagel cheesemelt. Trying to eat more vegetables.
Adequate social stimulus.
I recently started a spreadsheet (I'm a dork) of big ideas I've had recently along with what the goals of the idea is, what barriers exist to my doing it, and how long I estimate it would take. They range from 1-2 months to 5-10 years.