Another year, another season. This one should be good.
I’m really enjoying this trend of having a bit more reality in our sci-fi, which looks to be the case in the upcoming Europa film.
Here’s a super interesting talk by Andy Baio, discussing the state of copyright. Pretty chilling.
I’ve been tearing through a lot of books lately, and my favorite of the last year has to be The Windup Girl.
I’m loving these new Science Fiction short films. They make me remember all of those Science Fiction short story anthologies I grew up with.
I just finished rereading Robots of the Dawn by Isaac Asimov…
Here’s an awesome depiction of one of my favorite books Old Man and the Sea.
Do you too have a weird fascination with robots? Who am I kidding, of course you do.
Finally a proper trailer to the second season of game of thrones which should actually be called A Clash of Kings.
Just a reminder that the Game of Thrones series has started on HBO with the pilot premiering on Sunday, and it is awesome.
Here’s an amazing new Graphic Novel from Gabriel Ba called Daytripper.
Here is a really interesting series on how our culture remixes past work to create the next big thing.
Winter is here, but in other places it’s still coming…
Two of my favorite things together at last.
I was recently introduced to the book Rework…
Mpora has an amazing gallery of some of the scariest waves ever captured on film.
Here’s a hilarious book that my friend Jon recently loaned me.
As we await the fifth book of the series, the long anticipated A Dance with Dragons, we can also begin to look forward to the miniseries that is due from HBO.
The recent viewing of the film Moon has inspired me to go back and take a look at some of the great Science Fiction novels that I’ve read.
It’s been my experience that everyone has a dirty little secret. Some of us read US Weekly, some really like toy trains, and some watch really bad reality TV. Mine, since I was young, has been the fantasy genre.
As long as we’re talking about favorites, I may as well bring up one of my favorite books of all time…
There is indeed something fantastic about Mr. Fox.
Have you ever wondered about the aftermath of the apocalypse, where half the human population died and left only… women?
There’s something about Reagan Lodge’s style is both familiar and refreshing.