Here are some things I do for fun, which others might find interesting.
I was the program chair for SIGBOVIK 2016, a conference focusing on the Neglected Quadrants of research: silly approaches to serious problems, serious approaches to silly problems, and silly approaches to silly problems. I am proud to say we had a record number of submissions.
I performed in the 2016 SCS Graduate Student production of Lucky Stiff, a very silly show.
In Spring '14 I taught a course "Non-Principled Programming Languages" with fellow student William Maynes on a wide variety of interesting, but not necessarily well-founded programming languages.
Because we wanted to teach the original '58 dialect of Fortran and I couldn't find a compiler, I wrote my own. Languages covered include: