I have an extreme interest in Physics and plan to pursue graduate studies in it later in life. I edit wikipedia as much as I can because I have taken it on as my service learning for this semester.
I also have interests in Dungeons and Dragons, World of Warcraft, and Computer Games in general. I try to browse through articles related to these subjects and edit as I find the time. The life of a music major at my college leaves few blocks of free time that I can simply dedicate to editing. Instead I am forced to edit in small bursts as frequently as I can manage.
I am an avid reader of fantasy literature, here's a list of my what I have conquered thus far (I only started the genre a little over a year ago):
The Belgariad, The Icewind Dale Trilogy, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Legacy of the Drow, Paths of Darkness, The Cleric Quintet, The Hunter's Blades Trilogy, The Sellswords Trilogy, Harry Potter (all of them), The Hobbit, Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, (never had the desire to read Return of the King), The Chronicles of Narnia.
I also read for a glorified sort of book club here at the college, here's what I've conquered with them :
The Metamorphosis, Year of Wonders, Night, Waiting for Godot, Fahrenheit 451, The Search for God at Harvard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Salvation on Sand Mountain.
(Many more to come later on)
I play anything that my computer can handle (not much at the moment), though I am an addict to World of Warcraft. The only reason I don't play is that the college server I connect to blocks the required ports. So I stick to single player games while I'm here. That consists of mainly The Sims 2 at the moment (I've got all the expansion packs and will be getting the stuff packs soon). It should be noted, I don't play console unless someone else happens to have one and I'm at their house, though the Wii is awesome. Here's some games I keep an eye on: