- Artist Camilla d’Errico has a gallery of new steampunk-esque paintings of helmet girls for the Mondo Bizarro in Rome.
- Fandomania has a gallery of Prince of Persia fan art from around Deviant Art.
- Smashing Apps has posted a gallery of Absolutely Amazing Concept Art That Make You Say Wow.
- Interview: George A. Romero asks Vanity Fair, “Who Says Zombies Eat Brains?”
- Hulu has Recently Added Movies RSS Feed (minus the trailers).
- Moviefone shines a spotlight on some underrated movie battles it believes deserve wider recognition in 5 Best Fight Scenes You’ve Never Seen.
- Shot in the Head names 5 Great Foreign Zombie Movies.
- Interview: John Scalzi talks with David J. Williams, of The Machinery of Light .
- Interview: The Online Writing Workshop gets a few words in with Lois McMaster Bujold, author of the recently released The Sharpening Knife.
- Interview: Tor.com interviews Gail Carriger, of the Parasol Protectorate series.
- Author Joe Konrath discussing Why Authors Shouldn’t Fear File Sharing.
- Fandomania offers this round-up of Prince of Persia fan art.
- The Guardian explains why book covers seem so similar and boring.
- William Gibson, father of cyberpunk, has given New York Magazine a list of his favorite science fiction novels. It makes for some interesting reading.
- HubbleSite offers a gallery of All Hubble Images Sorted by Resolution. If you enjoy the photos, don’t miss this Excellent Video Narrated by Morgan Freeman.
- iPed Launches For $105 in China, Runs On Android. Suck it, Apple.
- Joss Whedon shares his recipe for Buffy with EW.com.
- On Youtube, you can watch an Exclusive Preview of Hawaii Five-O, starring Daniel Dae Kim and featuring James Marsters in a guest starring role.
- Shot in the Head names Canceled TV Shows That Could Have Been Saved by Zombies.
- Penney Design imagines what it might look like If TV’s LOST was a 1987 point-and-click computer game.
- Rockstar Games States the Obvious: “Our games are not designed for young people. If you’re a parent and buy one of our games for your child you’re a terrible parent. We design games for adults because we’re adults.”
- Janice Hardy walks new authors through what to do once your have an idea.