My sister had an extra slot in her Netflix account so I started watching more series again. Actually, I watch all the superhero shows, for some reason. They're not that amazing, really, but have a relatively high entertainment factor. Marvel's Jessica Jones & Daredevil - I like the concept. The continuity of "this plays after New York was bombed by superheroes and aliens", and people are actually upset as well about the city being destroyed for a big part. Somewhat. Mostly, they quickly refer to the incidents of the Avengers, but you don't really feel the impact. Both shows are entertaining, but somewhat mediocre. DC's Arrow, The Flash & Gotham - I probably like these a bit more than the Marvel shows, but that's because I mostly like DC more than Marvel. Gotham has the most interesting concept, seeing Bruce Wayne as a kid, and having a police detective (James Gordon) as the main character instead of a superhero. Californication - Watched the first season when it just came out, which was great. Then second season came out, and I couldn't watch past the first two episodes. I finally pulled myself through, this year, and binge watched the entire thing, including that shitty last season. Ray Donovan - Kind of like the superhero series, really.The Americans - Cool concept. Also, pretty okay show.True Detective - Season 1 was ace. Season 2's first episode made me want to take a poo, which I did. Felt better afterwards.Fargo - Saved season 2 for when I have enough time. Season 1 was great.Reading: Terry Pratchett's books revolving around Death have been released as a fancy looking series. Picked up one of those the other day.Just finished Ready Player One which was a pretty neat read, though the ending was mighty cliche.Finished The Circle this year, which lived up to the hype, although Eggers could've made it a bit longer and deeper. Would've liked more vision in it, and an ending that wasn't a direct Orwell reference.Picked up Little Book of Language again for a quick fix of pop linguistics. I read The Rosie Project. Funny.Love Machines by Josh Trujilo. I read comics on the WebToons app now as well. For example the Star Wars comic.Stuff on SEO, Online Marketing, and similar stuff.