Poi spinning (like, REALLY good)
Memetic propagation (Tell your friends about me!)
Learning things (I basically view everything that I learn as an opportunity to optimize learning itself).
"Godel, Escher, Bach," "Metamagical Themas," and "Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies" by Douglas Hofstadter.
"The Sandman" series by Neil Gaiman, Dune, The Language Instinct and How the Mind Works by Steven Pinker, The Emperor's New Mind, "The Cartoon Guide" series by Larry Gonick, A Wrinkle in Time and anything by Doctor Seuss.
I may be the only computer geek alive who doesn't like Neal Stephenson.
The Fifth Element
The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded (but not the Matrix Revolutions)
The Endless Summer II
The first half of any movie by Stanley Kubrick
John Dies at the End
The Daily Show, South Park, Sex and the City, House of Cards, Aeon Flux, the Boondocks, Silicon Valley. I seem to be addicted to Shark Tank, also.
Beethoven, Bach, Haydn, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Tool, Tori Amos, Lemon Jelly, Rage Against The Machine, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Aphex Twin, the Chemical Brothers, Anabolic Frolic, Pantha du Prince.
Japanese, Thai, Indian. Generally anything spicy (I used to live on a ghost pepper farm, so my capsaicin tolerance is crazy high). And I really like licorice.
Learning new, cool stuff
Long, daydreamy walks
The American Dream (yes, I said that)