SF Tidbits for 3/15/07
- ChapterFeeds offers the 1st chapter of Fugitives of Chaos by John C. Wright. (See also: SF Signal review.)
- ForeverGeek has a Geek Summer Movie Round-up.
- Collision Detection examines the mathematical proof why Vampires cannot exist.
- The final Harry Potter book will have a record breaking, back breaking first printing of 12 million copies.
- Abigail Nussbaum gives some serious thought to the the character of Starbuck in Battlestar Galactica.
- Fractal Pr0n: Geekend has a gllery of 3D Fractal images. What, am I the only one with a pair of 3D glasses lying around?
- The website for the Canadian sketch comedy show This Hour has 22 Minutes is running a poll in response to Halifax losing the bid for the Commonwealth Games. They are asking which other long dead and now irrelevant empire’s games should Halifax consider hosting? George Lucas’s Galactic Empire is currently in the lead, beating out the Roman, Ottoman, Byzantine and Aztec empires quite handily. [via Bloginhood]
- Speaking of Stars Wars (and when aren’t we?), here’s a set of speakers for the Star Wars enthusiast. [via Tim, our resident curmudgeon and self-proclaimed Star Wars enthusiast who will undoubtedly point his wife towards this post.]
- Alan Kistler has part two of his profile of Wonder Woman. Oddly, theres no mention of Wonder Woman’s Subaru…
- Henry Jenkins is seeing what happens when we apply genre theory to the challenges of understanding superhero comics.
- Bruce Sterling gives blogs 10 years to live. Bummer…there go my plans to be the #1 blog by the year 2018.
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