SF Tidbits for 6/22/07

9 thoughts on “SF Tidbits for 6/22/07”

  1. I have got to get one of those AT-AT strollers for my nephew!

    How many points would that be worth on the superfan scale? Get yer ubergeeks started early!

  2. I wouldn’t have picked Pullman for the best children’s book in the past 70 years. I barely got through it, myself. No “Cricket in Times Square”? No “Stuart Little”? No Madeline L’Engle? No Lloyd Alexander?

  3. >> Where do I go to throw up?

    On George Lucas’ porch?

    (There’s no reason to waste a perfectly good vomitting on Pullman when there’s so much prequel hate still hanging around…)

  4. A correction – Orson Scott Card’s story is not free, but is part of the 4th issue of IGMS. There’s a free preview, but to read the whole story, you need to buy the issue.

  5. Hey. I’m the SF Signal “Real Science” geekboy! Woo hoo!

    Also, just finished The Dark River by John Twelve Hawks. It was good, but I did not enjoy it as much as the first one.

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