- According to Ars Technica, science on the silver screen doesn’t have to suck. I whole-heartedly agree. Less alien invasion, more Hadron Collider running amok!
- Comedy Central reviews the The 10 Greatest Presidents of All Time.
- Cracked reviews The 7 Stages of Nerdgasm that fanboys waiting for Watchmen are passing through.
- The Watchmen extra Tales of the Black Freighter gets a trailer.
- Little Fivers points out the The Top 9 Signs You’re Being Robbed by a Sci-Fi Geek.
- Free Fiction: Author Jim Butcher is post free preview chapters of Turn Coat, his upcoming novel, on his personal website! As of February 10, he’s posting one each Tuesday for five weeks. Personally, I think that this is the worst sort of tease. I’m dying to read the next book and this is not making the wait any easier.
- Free Fiction: Read “Waiting Room At The Hero League” by Catherine Cheek over at Big Pulp.
- Free Fiction: Trickshot is an intriguing new online science fiction (time travel) story with graphic and wiki components. While I haven’t finished it yet, I like what I’ve read, and it seems as though there’s a lot more to come.
- I was all set to disagree with The List Universe’s list of 10 Great Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction Novels, until I saw that they had named my personal favorite, Alas, Babylon, as number one.
- Joseph Alan explains that The Best Sci Fi Can Inspire Us. “..it can even guide our thinking, helping us to new levels of creativity that we might otherwise not have achieved.”
- With Dollhouse not even a week old, SF Universe points out that Forbidden Science is Cinemax’s take on a similar concept, only with an erotic twist.
- IGN runs down 10 Smug Hardcore Gamer Quotes.
- Notes on “Fallout 3″ From An Unemployed Video Game Reviewer