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- News: Samuel L. Jackson is highest-grossing actor of all time. Obviously, Snakes On a Plane has done wonders for his career.
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- Interview: Felicia Day discusses ‘The Guild’, ‘Dragon Age’ and more.
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- Anne Rice wrote a Facebook post critiquing Twilight–comparing Stephenie Meyer‘s vampire characters to her own characters, Lestat de Lioncourt and Louis de Pointe du Lac. I sense a catfight brewing.
- Interview: Brian Selznick On Wonderstruck, Hugo, and the Joy of Books.
- Interview: John Scalzi speaks with N.K. Jemisin, author of the recently released The Kingdom of Gods.
- Interview: Kim Harrison On Her Rachel Morgan Series
- Interview: Patrick Hester chats with author Erin Hoffman, whose new book Sword of Fire and Sea: The Chaos Knight, Book One, is out from PYR.
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- Book Trailers: Are They Fun or Function?
- How to Define Science Fiction
- Mark W. Tiedemann on Science Fiction: It’s Not About the Buttons
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- Reading a book versus a screen: Different reading devices, different modes of reading? Short answer: Nope.
- The Shakespeare Authorship Question
- 11 Things You Didn’t Know About How the World Works
- Carl Sagan famously said that we are all made of star stuff. In his vision the basic building blocks of life were jettisoned into interstellar space by the massive explosions of stars going supernova. Now scientists from Hong Kong University have claimed that the results of their latest study(paywall), published in Nature, indicate that stars can create complex organic compounds on the very short timescale of weeks.
- Color Image of Mercury from NASA’s MESSENGER Satellite
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- News: More than half of young children use digital media
- The Official Google TV Blog: An Update on Google TV
- This gallery of computer screens from Alien offers a look into the future.
- Virgin Galactic space tourism could begin in 2013, so I know what I’m asking for on my birthday in 2014.
- Christophe Beck: The Billion-Dollar Composer. Variety’s Jon Burlingame takes a look at our former “Buffy” composer’s increasing success in the world of film.
- Relax: Matt Smith isn’t quitting “Doctor Who” anytime soon.
- Tim Gunn weighs in on ‘Star Trek’ fashion
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- Interview: Chris Van Allsburg on Picture Book Writing
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