- Naldz Graphics has posted a gallery of 33 Unique Examples of Various Santas collected from around Deviant Art.
- Marc Simonetti shares his vision of the non-Euclidean undersea city R’lyeh, as a Cthulhu Wallpaper.
- Women’s Day has a gallery of Gingerbread Houses that you would almost regret tearing apart to eat.
- News: Torrents are bringing down the movie industry… Hollywood eyes record $10 billion box office for 2009… Wait WTF?
- Ain’t it Cool News reviews The Science of Avatar.
- Filmoculous has compiled an enormous list of 2009 Lists, including many of the year’s best books, films, and television.
- Mashable names its picks for the 10 Best Geek Movies for a Cozy Night In.
- MovieMaker Magazine has an excellent article in which director Terry Gilliam shares his advice for would-be directors.
- SciFi Wire explains How Heath Ledger’s last film Parnassus nearly died with him.
- Screen Rant looks back at 10 Movie Events That Shaped the Decade.
- Some people are asking Does Avatar Contain Hidden Messages?
- This directory of The 100 Most Informative Video Collections on the Web is a great way to entertain yourself and expand your horizons.
- Does your Kindle leave you feeling like there’s something missing from your reading experience? Try of Smell of Books, a new aerosol e-book enhancer.
- Suvudu examines the Most Memorable SciFi/Fantasy Pop Culture Santas.
- Fear.net names its picks for the Top 9 Books of ’09, including Under the Dome.
- Mark Charan Newton discusses What Makes A Good Book Blogger, from a writer’s point of view. Winners include OF Blog of the Fallen, Speculative Horizons, and A Dribble Of Ink.
- Ursula K. Le Guin has resigned from the Authors Guild, calling the Google Settlement a deal with the devil. But remember, she’s always been a curmudgeon when it comes to the net.
- With the increasing popularity of e-books, Predictions for the Future of the Textbook are growing increasingly incredible (and exciting).
- MSNBC asks scientists about the coming Decades of future science.
- Mania looks forward to 20 Most Anticipated Games for 2010.