- BibliOdyssey points the way to a selection of fascinating Victorian Infographics.
- DeviantART user The Hellish Gnome photoshop’d a Facebook page for both The Doctor and his nemesis The Master that are littered with Whoniverse details.
- Fandomania has rounded up Buffy images from around Deviant Art.
- Unreality magazine is touting this as the Greatest Laptop Decal Ever.
- Interview: Wired has an article covering How Terry Gilliam Weathered Loss of Heath Ledger to Finish Fanciful Imaginarium.
- News: Robocop remake on hold. MGM wants it in 3D, director Aronofsky doesn’t.
- According to The Daily Beast, The billion-dollar success of James Cameron’s epic has Hollywood scrambling to make more films in 3-D.
- Are these The Top Ten Sci-Fi Adaptations? I’m not entirely convinced.
- CNN explains why Sherlock Holmes remains so popular after all these years.
- Every new Kick-Ass trailer is even better than the last. Check out the lastest at FirstShowing or in high definition at Yahoo.
- IFC’s The Independent Eye looks back at the Seven Lessons learned from 2009.
- Newsweek explains Why Avatar Could Out-Earn Titanic.
- Another Star Wars Mash-up has hit the web, this time it’s a parody of the A-Team opening sequence. It’s not as funny as the Dallas mash-up, but it’s still worth a watch.
- Dan Cohen makes some very reasoned arguments in his pondering of the question Is Google Good for History?
- Learn Na’vi! Na’vi is a constructed language spoken by the fictional indigenous race (the Na’vi) on Pandora in James Cameron’s 2009 film Avatar. The language was created by Paul Frommer, a professor at USC with a doctorate in linguistics.
- MovieLine makes 5 Suggestions for Disney’s Lost Theme Park Attraction.
- You don’t have to embarrass yourself by picking one up at the newsstand, the Weekly World News is now available through Google Books.
- Interview: Alethea Kontis interviews Peter S. Beagle.
- Interview: The A.V. Club interviews Finch author Jeff VanderMeer.
- Interview: Elitist Book Reviews interviews Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
- Interview: Fantasy Book Critic interviews Tim Marquitz.
- Interview: John Scalzi profiles Sarah A. Hoyt, author of Sarah A. Hoyt.
- News: Microsoft Reveals HP Tablet Prototype.
- Editor Diana Gill calls urban fantasy a “gateway drug” to regular fantasy, because it takes place in the world we know, except that it’s laced with magic.
- The PBS NewsHour has an excellent feature on Google’s Goal: Digitize Every Book Ever Printed.
- Caprica has a new Facebook page.
- Catch Up on what’s happened so far on Lost in 8 Minutes, 15 Seconds.
- Here’s a great piece of sci-fi television trivia. io9 reveals The Secret Crossover Between Star Wars And Blake’s 7.
- io9 provides 5 Simple Rules For Turning Your Cool Idea Into A Screenplay.
- Jeff VanderMeer looks back at the Discarded approaches to the Opening Chapters of his novel, Finch.
- Superhero Nation discusses Why it’s so important for writers to read a lot.