- Bathsheba Grossman is a sculptor who uses cutting-edge technology to render math and science inspired scultures in three dimensions.
- Fandomania has compiled a gallery of Bayonetta fan art from Deviant Art.
- The Huffington Post The Most Amazing Libraries In The World.
- Interview: The LA Times profiles Mel Gibson.
- Interview: The UK Telegraph interviews Mel Gibson.
- Den of Geek picks the Top Ten Stephen King Adaptations.
- Film Junk explains the Five Gold Standards that Make a Great Sci-Fi Film.
- The SciFi Squad counts down The Top Ten Sci-Fi Experiments Gone Wrong.
- Sci Fi Wire explains How Spielberg and Lucas inspired Legion’s battling angels.
- Velcro City has found a photo taken during a break in the filming of Metropolis.
- Watch a YouTube video of The 100 Cheesiest Movie Quotes of All Time.
- Dungeons & Dragons, the 1974 published fantasy role-playing game that once delivered your child to Satan, is still associated with self-deprecating nerds, played in secret (along with embarrassed “comings out“) and scorned by jocks, Salon writers, and cheerleader girlfriends everywhere. But what better way to break, or affirm, the stereotypes, than by listening to a 4th Edition D&D game being played, featuring not just by some scrubs off the street, oh no, but the creators of Penny Arcade, Tycho and Gabe? Still not tempted? How about if we throw loved/hated Star Trek actor, prodigious blogger and all round nice guy Wil Wheaton into the mix? [via MetaFilter]
- William Gillis wrote this rant about the changing face of science fiction.
- Interview: Dallas News interviews Charlie Huston on his new book Sleepless.
- News: E-Book Piracy a Growing Concern According to New Survey.
- News: Hachette takes record share of the book market in 2009.
- News Publishers Try to Protect E-Book Prices from Apple, Amazon.
- According to NPR, the Much-Hyped Apple Tablet Must Go Beyond E-Reading.
- According to surveys, AT&T Is an Apple Tablet Dealbreaker.
- The BookBook is a hardback leather case for MacBooks.
- io9 wonders Is The Golden Age Of YA Science Fiction Already Over?
- This Recording has compiled a great list of The 100 Greatest Science Fiction or Fantasy Novels of All Time.
- Interview: Details.com interviews Caprica’s Alessandra Torresani.
- News: A rebooted Questor could be bigger than Star Trek.
- Sci Fi Wire has a list of The 100 questions Lost better answer.
- Some fan has recreated the plane crash from Lost. It’s done 24-style, with those ticking numbers, which looks seriously cool, and it actually explains a lot! [Youtube]
- Jay Lake explains The larval stages of the common speculative fiction writer.
- SuperHero Nation answers the question of How long should your novel manuscript be before you submit it?