- Best Leia Cosplay Photo EVER! (NSFW?)
- Fan-made poster for The Dark Knight Rises
- G.A.G. offer this comedic Cat in the Hat / Doctor Who mash-up.
- “The Hunter” by Michael Kungl for the Star Wars: Visions compilation.
- Lego Chibi AT-AT
- Raymond Swanland and the Towers of Midnight ebook cover
- This Star Wars map offers a detailed examination of a galaxy far, far away…
- Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown is a 90 minute documentary on HP Lovecraft with contributions by Neil Gaiman, John Carpenter, and Guillermo Del Toro.
- No time for rhetoric: Characters who strayed from their prepared remarks.
- ScreenRant remembers the 25 Most Iconic Cars From TV & Movies.
- Why Originality – and Unoriginality – May Not Matter To Media Success – Fan To Pro – The Blog of Professional Geekery
- Interview: Alyson Hannigan weighs in on the possibility of a Buffy reboot: “I would crap on that. Joss was Buffy.” Yet another reason to love Hannigan.
- Review: Roger Ebert says, “‘The Green Hornet is an almost unendurable demonstration of a movie with nothing to be about.”
- Jurrassic Park Theme Slowed Down 1,000%.
- Interview: Fictionaut Blog interviews Kit Reed.
- Interview: Jonathan Strahan talks with Gary K. Wolfe. [Podcast]
- Interview: Locus Roundtable interviews Gary K. Wolfe.
- News: Stieg Larsson’s partner plans to complete final Millennium novel
- The Atlantic’s Peter Osnos on what went wrong with Borders.
- Blastr looks ahead to 11 sci-fi and fantasy novels of 2011
- Neil Gaiman on Ebooks… and why you should care.
- Rene Sears admonishes readers Don’t Steal Books and offers some little bits of everything – Alternatives to stealing books in return.
- Stony Stratford, outside Milton Keynes, is facing the loss of its library as a result of crippling local budget cuts. Local residents weren’t too happy about this, so they decided to take some books out. All 16,000 of them.
- Tom Armitage at Berg compares the seductive gloss of the multipurpose iPad with the more homely functionality of the Kindle.
- TotalFilm recommends 23 Awesome Revenge Flicks.
- What the powers-that-be think about DRM and an explanation of the cloud.
- “A Wrinkle In Time” In 90 Seconds. Very funny.
- It’s possible that Galileo arrived at basic laws of physics by studying Dante’s Inferno. In 1588, Galileo gave two lectures questioning the scalability of Dante’s Hell. A paper questions its importance.
- Watch a swarm of flying robotic drones construct a tiny building. In the future, construction workers will be a buzzing, mildly disturbing haze.
- Weightless Cats and other fun experiments. An excerpt from from coverage of research at the Aerospace Medical Division Hq 657Oth Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories including scenes of F-104 seat ejection.
- Magazines Pursue Tablets, but iPad Limits Subscriptions
- This new method of offering 3D without glasses looks absolutely crazy. I think I would prefer the glasses and headaches.
- Interview: James Marsters answers questions.
- News: CBS Picks Up Drama Pilot Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar
- News: NBC’s ‘Community’ to feature Dungeons & Dragons-themed episode
- Canceling Cable, no DVR edition: pros, cons, economics.
- ‘Pygmalion meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ by The Open University. The popular American TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” spanned seven seasons and gained a cult following. But how is it linked to the culture of ancient Greece and Rome?
- Wikipedia is the non-fiction writer’s best friend | Books | guardian.co.uk
- Worldbuilding is not just Fantasy: the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo