- The Geek Art Gallery has posted a gallery of 20 Amazing CG Robots.
- The Mico posted a bunch of animation-style Lord of the Rings illustrations.
- New crayon sculptures by Diem Chau.
- Print off your own Charlie and the Chocolate Factory bookplate.
- Interview: Jar Jar Binks Explains Why He Sucked.
- 30 Star Wars movie mistakes, goofs and glitches.
- Hollywood.com on Why ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Didn’t Fail the Comic and Movie Geeks.
- John Scalzi discusses The Dollar Value of Nerd Love.
- Interview: The ABC Book Show interviews Neil Gaiman. [Podcast]
- Interview: Nebula Awards interviews Laura Anne Gilman, author of Hard Magic.
- Interview: Suvudu has posted a video interview with Charles Yu, author of How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe.
- Interview: Suvudu interviews Terry Brooks.
- Bit-101 examines A Kindle, iPad and printed book are magnified 400x
- Deborah J. Ross explains How I Find New Favorite Authors.
- SF Signal asks authors Which fantasy book first published within in the last 10 years do you think will be considered a classic?
- Dreams Make You Smarter, More Creative, Studies Suggest.
- Is It Okay to Be a Luddite? Thomas Pynchon wants to know. In an essay from 1984, Pynchon responds to the 25th Anniversary of C.P. Snow’s “The Two Cultures and the Scientific Revolution.”
- Twenty-somethings today don’t quite fit the definition of adolescence or adulthood. This has thrown the human development gurus for a loop.
- Zombie ants that have been mind-controlled by a parasitic fungus for nearly fifty million years. Yes, zombie ants.
- Apple prepping smaller iPad — the mini pad? — for holiday
- Here’s a BBC article on technohipster types who’re shedding the majority of their material possessions in favor of computer hardware and cloud-based communications and data storage.
- EW remembers 19 TV Shows You Discovered Too Late to Save.
- Curtis Brown explains How to Write a Novel.
- Michael A. Stackpole runs down 9 Must-have Clauses for Digital Rights Contracts.
- Superhero Nation provides 15 Interesting Motivations for Villains and Heroes.
- Writer’s Digest spells out The Dos & Don’ts of Combining Genres.