Martin: No, but I have a very nice cat.
Debi: Not the same.
Martin: Well, you don’t know my cat, it’s very demanding.
Debi: It? You don’t know if it’s a boy or a girl?
Martin: I respect its privacy.” —Grosse Point Blank. One of my favorite lines from one of my favorite movies.
I think if we go by pure time, probably Google Reader. I’m subscribed to, um, a metric ton of RSS feeds, so there’s often about 300 stories at any given time.
I’ve been spending a lot of time on Tumblr lately, though I would spend a ton more time if the ‘Explore’ section was formatted differently.
Other than those sites, I’ve been so busy lately with games, podcasts, writing, and other projects that general web surfing has gone by the wayside, unfortunately.
Final Fantasy Tactics.
There’s really two roads you can go down with the series, though. I’d highly recommend the PSP version of FFT, but it can be a little intimidating if you don’t want to experiment with classes and class combinations. If you would like something a little simpler/straightforward but still a solid SRPG, I’d recommend Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2 (FFTA2) for the DS. Tons of content, much better difficulty curve, and it has some better tutorials. Either one is fantastic.
1) I don’t think I’ll be chatting too much about religion or politics here; those two topics tend to make people crazy. I prefer to agree to disagree with many of those topics rather than get into a fight.
2) I’d have to say the first four Kate Daniels books. I like urban fantasy books, but Andrews’ writing was so strong that I couldn’t help but love them. And Kate herself was such a fantastic ass.
3) Tea. Forever and always. Strongly dislike coffee unless it has enough cream and sugar for it to turn into something barely resembling the original drink.
And it may be heresy for the state I live in, but I dislike sweet tea. I’d rather it be unsweetened.