I'm also known as InquilineKea. Facebook is at http://www.facebook.com/simfish. Other stuff at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Simfish and http://google.com/profiles/simfish. Feel free to follow me/friend me.
I like exploring and registering Internet accounts everywhere. I'm super-curious and I <3 internet culture. I'm really neotonous and super-open to novel/memorable experiences.
I'm really obsessive about aging and cognitive neuroscience (among many other fields!). I've also historically been interested in astrobiology.
Blogs: Gene Expression/gnxp, Overcoming Bias, LessWrong, FuturePundit/ParaPundit, Fight Aging, Bryan Caplan, Centauri Dreams, Information Processing, Life Unbounded, Statistical Modeling, and cracked.com (haha)
I also read Communications of the ACM, Volokh Conspiracy, Pew Research, Singularity Hub, and others.
Books: http://www.edge.org/questioncenter.html, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (Kuhn), Consilience (E.O. Wilson), The Psychology of Science and the Origins of the Scientific Mind (Feist), Origins of Wealth (Beinhocker), The Blank Slate (Pinker), Origins of Genius (Simonton), The Scientist as Rebel (Dyson), Darwin's Dangerous Idea (Dennett), The Extended Phenotype (Dawkins), The Selfish Gene (Dawkins), Scientific Genius: A Psychology of Science (Dean Simonton), Beyond Good and Evil (Nietzsche), Towards a Genealogy of Morals (Nietzsche), Human All Too Human (Nietzsche), How the Mind Works (Pinker), How to Build a Habitable Planet, Rare Earth (Brownlee and Ward), Life and Death of Planet Earth, The Brief History of Time (Hawking), The Nurture Assumption (Harris), No Two Alike (Harris), The World is Flat (Friedman), The Language Instinct (Pinker), Romance of Three Kingdoms, Deschooling Society (Illich), Freakonomics, The Man Who Loved Only Numbers, Talking About Leaving - Why Undergraduates Leave the Sciences, Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns, The Quest for Consciousness (Koch), Heaven in a Chip (Kosko), Noise (Kosko), Outsmarting IQ: the Emerging Science of Learnable Intelligence (Perkins), The Synaptic Self (LeDoux), The Executive Brain: Frontal Lobes and the Civilized Mind (Goldberg), The Quark and the Jaguar (Murray Gell-Mann), Why Smart People Can Be So Stupid (Sternberg), School's Out (Perelman)
Websites (that might as well be books): Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Edge.org, numerous course websites (MIT OCW actually offers less than many others - just google textbook + site:.edu)
Other books at http://simfishthoughts.wordpress.com/books-i-read
Food: vegetarian + anything good for calorie restriction (low GI, etc). There's still plenty of good-tasting food that has low GI.
Movies: Good Will Hunting
Music: Linkin Park, Smile.Dk, Eurodance, computer game music, some other songs i'd be too embarrassed to mention