- AOL picks the Top 10 Pirate Songs.
- MSNBC picks the 10 Greatest Fictional inventors of All Time.
- Sing Something Sci-Fi: a list of 15 sci-fi and fantasy actors who have performed extra-curricular vocal duties.
- Interview: Freakonomics Director Alex Gibney sits down for some Q&A.
- Best Buy Ditching DVDs This Holiday Season?
- Cinematical lists Sci-Fi Series That Need Movie Reboots 7 Sci-Fi Movies For People Who Don’t Like Sci-Fi Movies and Sci-Fi Series That Need Movie Reboots.
- Cracked points out 6 Movies That Didn’t Realize They Let The Villain Win.
- Moviefone picks The Best Science Fiction Films of the Decade.
- Near Misses: 5 Hollywood Stars Who Almost Got Cast in Your Favorite Movie
- Total Film remembers Film features: The 32 Coolest Movie Moments.
- Ecto-1 is a community dedicated to the discovery, creation and preservation of one of the most beloved movie cars of all time, Ghostbuster’s (1984) Ecto-1.
- George Lucas picks the Star Wars Fan film of the year.
- Should the British library be archiving Stephen Fry’s tweets? Sure, then they should preserve him whole in carbonite.
- Interview: Book Banter Blog interviews Naomi Novik of Tongues of Serpents.
- Interview: Joseph Mallozzi profiles Marjorie M. Liu, author of A Wild Light.
- Interview: The Living Dead interviews Steven Gould of Tameshigiri.
- Interview: Stomping on Yeti interviews Brandon Sanderson of The Way of Kings.
- News: Hand-written JK Rowling manuscripts to go on display.
- David Barr Kirtley lists 20 books that a 14-year-old boy would want to read.
- Google’s publishing free for all undermines our literary tradition. The ‘dark threat of digitisation’ is being underestimated, warns Robert McCrum, even by enlightened critics such as Andre Schiffrin.
- Just in time for Banned Books Week, the Bridwell Library at SMU presents “Heresy and Error”: The Ecclesiastical Censorship of Books, 1400-1800.
- SFRA explains What Is Mundane Science Fiction?
- Sorry, H. G. Wells, No Sci-Fi Allowed.
- What Can Digital Publishers Learn from Traditional Publishing’s Long Lead Times?
- What happens to your library of books when you die?
- According to PopSci, Science is predicting the Discovery of the First Earth-Like, Habitable Exoplanet Will Be Announced in May of 2011
- Geocentrism is on the rise again. Yes, geocentrism.
- Gigantic Spider Webs Made of Silk Tougher Than Kevlar
- New Discoveries Reveal Details about T. rex
- ScienceNews explains Why cell phone talkers are annoys-makers.
- Terry Pratchett creates a sword with meteorites.
- News: ‘Big Bang’ Extends Hiatus While Co-Star Kaley Cuoco Recuperates
- News: The stars of ‘Big Bang Theory’ get 333% raise. They will all be making $200,000 per episode for the upcoming 4th season, with raises every season after.
- The 10 Most Badass Gunslingers in Science Fiction.
- Booth Reviews offers this countdown of The 11 Greatest TV Cops of All Time.
- CollegeHumor offers More Accurate Titles for This Fall’s New TV Shows.
- SciFiNow has launched a new Buffy revisit blog.
- Brent Weeks talks about Lazy Readers & Self-Indulgent Writers.
- Charlie Stross explains Why Wikipedia is the writer’s friend.