Some of those additions (like Tolkien, Tintin, Computer Graphics) weren't new interests. They were just obvious omissions in earlier lists.
It's interesting seeing what was just a "fad" for me versus what's stayed.
Description Logics, Aspect-Oriented Programming, Conceptual Information Modeling would probably only have made my list of interests for a brief period.
XML, RDF, Web Services, Semantic Web were a big part of my life for a number of years but haven't really been for over a decade. I might say Linked Data now, though.
Biological modeling was only there briefly but it's come back in different forms as I've developed what specifically it is in that area that I'm interested in.
My linguistic, mathematical and musical interests have at their core stayed remarkably constant, though.