On the non-fiction side of things, my suggestion would be Dan Ariely.
Well, now that I've read the chapter summaries on Wikipedia, I don't need to read the book… ;)
Kidding! Well, partially. I've encountered most of what he's saying in other places, like Freakonomics podcasts, Terry O'Reilly's Age of Persuasion and Under the Influence series, and reading about logical fallacies so I can better understand online trolls and Fox News.
Any other suggestions on the behavioral/social economics side of things?
I have read an avalanche of Abraham! His "Long Price Quartet" was decent, and reads like a precursor to the Dagger and Coin series (although the two series are unrelated). I have also finished 3 of 5 "Black Sun's Daughter" books by M. L. N. Hanover, an Abraham pseudonym. They aren't as strong as his other stuff, coming off like a lite version of the Hellblazer comics. I'll skip the last two books, as they're just not that great.
Now what do I read?
This is the trouble with the holidays - I have read 5 books in less than two weeks. Started this on the 24th, finished on the 25th:
Good read, and sets up things nicely for the next Expanse book, due out in 2016 sometime. Good character development.
Next up is The Abyss Beyond Dreams by Peter F Hamilton.
MTBR did a shootout earlier this year: http://reviews.mtbr.com/2015-pov-camera-shootout-best-in-test-winners-revealed/2
I've been wanting to get a Sony or GoPro for a while. I have a 1st-gen GoPro, and it's kind of a piece of crap compared to anything currently on the market. I am leaning toward the Sony simply for the built-in image stabilization. The wrist remote is cool too.
Is that your winter psi or door panel recommended psi? Seems almost low to me but I do run the tires higher/harder.
Door panel. Winters and summers are different sizes, I think it's 32 or 33 for summer and 28[?] for winter.
I set up my corp with a tax lawyer for ~$300, and you can probably find some company that specializes in it for about the same. As R'Mat says, the annual filing is a DIY thing, either online or at a registry. Having an accountant handle your books reduces [but sure as hell does not eliminate] your chance of being audited, and can save you money on GST payments.