visit this forum on a regular basis
save money for a kick ass system to play cyberpunk 2077 on
re-read all the pnp books
get all my assets in order for when my wife divorces me for neglect
clean up my cyberpunk 2020 site
find some of my old players and ref some games
add some content to my site
Read the Cyberpunk.net Forum
Fantasise about creating a VR Netrunner game
Practicing my 3D CGI skills
Dreaming about finding some players in my hometown
Watching Cyberpunk related Anime
Play Anarchy Online.
Play Deus Ex for the umpteenth time.
Play Deus Ex Human Revolution for the second time.
Play Borderlands or Borderlands 2.
Play Half-Life 2 (most people forget this is cyberpunk dystopia, the Combine and all? I don't know why it gets left out).
Watch my HD Robocop trilogy re-release.
Watch The Fifth Element (I actually liked it).
Watch The Island (also liked it).
Read my full collection of Warren Ellis' Transmetropolitan.
Sets a nice scene, an ultramodern bulwark of very restricted technology, lower classes in normal homes. Yeah, I know dystopia isn't a nescessary part of cyberpunk scenery but most of them do have it. Even Cyberpunk with the slums, the lower classes- they're kinda' stuck and thumbed down, fighting for food, drugs, money, laundering stolen implants, bodyparts, etc.
Then compare Half-Life 2, it is more science-fictiony with the alien invasion and all, but think of it- the combine are basically humans fitted with all kinds of cybernetics, brainwashed and refitted as soldiers and the like, as seen here.
Maybe I'd have better said the Half-Life 2 mod Dystopia, which is much more centered about a cyberpunk theme with ion and laser type weapons, cybergrid hacking, implants and extreme modifications (the heavy class in there is pretty much a base organs-stripped human contained in an armed metal shell as seen here