SF Tidbits for 4/16/07
- John Clute reviews Four Novels of the 1960s by Philip K. Dick.
- Monday YouTube, Part 1, shows us that sometimes music and sci-fi don’t mix: “Future Brain” by Den Harrow. “Future brain you great computer, it’s insane to program everybody’s love.” [via Mind Hacks. Thanks, JP, he added sarcastically]
- BoingBoing points us to Well-Told Tales podcasts. The good news, they have sci-fi stories. The bad news, that category does not have an archive so you can access them easily.
- A group of soldiers in Iraq are putting together an RPG convention, and they are desperately in need of materials.
- John C. Wright has doubts about the upcoming Iron Man movie.
- The Brisbane Courier Mail talks to Jonathan Strahan, Marianne de Pierres and others about space opera.
- Nancy Kress speech: Women in American Sci Fi, a transcription of the guest of honour speech held at ConFuse 93.
- Monday YouTube, Part2: The Powerpuff Girls vs. Lex Luthor and the Legion of Doom.
- Technovelgy interviews Greg Bear, author of Quantico.
- SciFi Weekly interviews Christopher Moore.
- Karl Schroeder shows us some visualizations of the Virga town wheels from his book Sun of Suns.
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