SF Tidbits for 6/19/07
- Here’s the 22-minute video for Robot Chicken: Star Wars. Updated the link to point to the Robot Chicken website
- Jeff VanderMeer’s latest “Dispatches from Smaragdine” column has an interview with George Mann, Editor for Solaris. [via Andrew Wheeler]
- Cynical-C pulls up “By His Bootstraps” (in PDF, or text) by Robert A. Heinlein.
- The Website at the End of the Universe has more free ebook listings.
- Michael Moorcock is profiled at the Interzone Blog.
- Greg Bear promotes Quantico on The Daily Show this Thursday, 21 June. [via Locus Online]
- At Green Man Review, Kage Baker reviews Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.
- Beauty and the brains: “Natalie Portman is best known for her roles in Hollywood movies like Star Wars, Cold Mountain and V for Vendetta. What is less known is that she was co-author of a scientific paper on the neuroscience of child development.” [PDF link via Mind Hacks]
- A simple concept illustrated: Fantasy vs. Frustration.
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