- A bit of Apple-hating Geek Graffiti
- Online Colleges points the way to the 100 Best Places to Appreciate Art Online.
- Project: Rooftop has announced the finalists for its Wonder Woman Wardrobe War contest.
- Summoner Library by Asuka111
- Interview: Neil Gaiman gets cross-examined as to which comic book characters are “scantily clad.”
- For a few, 3-D effects are not so special: Projection technique uncovers vision problems, even makes some people sick.
- Like Me Daily complains about 10 Annoying Things Movie Characters Do.
- The Theater Seat Store offers this infographic on The Cost of Going to the Movies.
- The Economist asks What’s with Steampunk?
- Seattle Weekly explains Six Reasons Why Your Starbucks Barista Hates You.
- CNet offers an opinion on How Google can beat Facebook at Social.
- The New York Times offers some stats on Twitter.
- Pack up your cable modem, Prince says that “The internet’s completely over.” Wait, isn’t Prince dead?
- Interview: Dragon Page Cover to Cover interviews Tracy Hickman.
- Interview: Good Reads has a Q&A with Kij Johnson, author of The Fox Woman.
- Interview: Redstone Sci-Fi interviews Cat Rambo, editor of Fantasy Magazine.
- News: Google Editions Allies with ABA in Ebook War vs. Amazon, Apple
- Mark Charan Newton names Some Recommended Non-/Genre Reading.
- Smart Pop discusses Working Class Heroes.
- Stephen King picks 6 Must-Reads for Summer.
- The Inside Trekker reveals the facts of the upcoming Primeval Series 4 and 5.
- As Blizzard prepares for the next World of Warcraft expansion, they are updating their server system, BattleNet, to use a real-name identification system called RealID, allowing your friends — and their friends — to see your real name. Some like it, some hate it. The system is optional; but today, Blizzard announced that all posts on their official forums will be under the poster’s real name.
- Mashable links to 10 Awesome Vintage Video Games You Can Play Online.
- This Gaming Life by Jim Rossignol (of Rock, Paper, Shotgun) is a book about gaming, gamers, and how they affect each other – available in full and for free under a Creative Commons license.
- Why Our Games Are Filled With Rebels, Patriots, and Protectors of the Realm.
- Orienting the Disoriented: Setting in Science Fiction by Sarah Einstein.