I like farmer's markets, good salami, and a nice rye Manhattan before dinner. I also like taking pictures of people I know, playing with my friends' children, and excuses to use interesting tools.
I just updated my profile, but I'm not sure it really changed that much.
Contemplating home improvement projects that will probably end up taking five times longer than expected and involve many trips to the hardware store. Following through less often now that my house isn't really falling apart that much.
Planning to get into the habit of walking more before winter hits and discourages me.
Mai tais, Manhattans and other applications of rum and whiskey, or mezcal.
Books -- Charles Stross, China Miéville (I loved Perdido Street Station and Un Lun Dun, but I'm not sure that I really get Iron Council), and I keep meaning to start the collected stories of Theodore Sturgeon. Recently rereading Gibson, realizing it's probably a lot better because he didn't know anything about technology, and that the future used to be cooler. Occasionally Ruth Reichl and trying to figure out if MFK Fisher counted as fiction or memoir.
Television -- Most recently, The Magicians (but I think I like the first two books better, still deciding about the last one), The Man in the High Castle, and usually waiting for the next season of Archer. Supernatural, too, but I don't always admit it in public. Rematching Top Chef.
Music -- Cracker, The Great Crusades, Martin Denny, The Pogues, Kelly Hogan, Neko Case.
Food -- You name it. I'm fond of barbecue (Korean, Oakland, or carne asada) and a good Dungeness crab, but I'm no stranger to tabouleh and masala dosa. I love cooking and eating good food. I'd like to open a restaurant when this whole internet thing blows over, but I'm probably too much of a dilettante to follow through.
1. Ribeye steak
2. Saba nigiri
3. Vegan Birkenstocks
4. Uni-ball Vision Elite pens in blue-black ink
5. A good screwdriver
6. All the usual stuff like friends, oxygen and Maker's Mark
Whether there will be Russian troops garrisoned in the US in the next four years.