Just rediscovering the Dizzy games after far too long!
I've been playing computer games since the days of the Atari2600, and my first gaming machine at home was an Amstrad CPC 464. Since then I've had an IBM XT 8086, many variants of the 386, 486 and Pentium, SNES, Gameboy, PS1, PS2 and most recently I've bought a DS.
Other than that I do LRP, Historical European Martial Arts, tabletop RPGs, miniature wargaming (mostly Warhammer, but some Warmachine and even the odd bit of historical) and am just starting to explore the world of historical re-enactment. Oh, and I also play the guitar.
Music wise I simply like what I like with no particular rhyme or reason, so my MP3 player has everything from grindcore to 80s synth pop on it.
Films and TV tend to be sci fi & fantasy with the odd thriller chucked in for good measure.