SF Tidbits for 8/14/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- @CNet: Why does this e-book cost $14? “Dear e-book publishers: stop gouging us.”
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch continues her Freelancer’s Survival Guide series talking about time.
- Heather Massey’s been busy. First she Defines Science Fiction Romance, then she asks: Does Science Fiction Romance Need More Alpha Heroes?
- There are some nice, fantastical art pieces from Patri Balanovsky at Gorilla Artfare.
- Orbit Publisher Tim Holman offers up an illuminating Chart of Fantasy Art Cover Elements.
- Holy Copyright Caper, Batman! Warner Brothers and DC Lose Certain Superman Rights.
- Superhero Nation explains How to Avoid Info-Dumping.
- Here’s a Star Wars collectible that, at first glance, looks dirty, but really isn’t.
- These Star Wars Lightsaber Chopsticks work great with the General Grievous’ Chicken! http://bit.ly/15foNZ [via Derryl Murphy]
- Jen at Multi-Genre fan will not be watching Stargate Universe.
- Den of Geek looks at The Costumes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
- Real Science: “Two recent scientific discoveries mark the latest steps toward the ultimate medical-diagnosis technology: the tricorder.” [via Duderina]
- 100 Best Comic Book Covers
- Geek Dad lists 10 Sci-Fi Movies We’d Like to Throw Into a Black Hole.
- @VideoHound: The Ten All-Time Best Years for Sci-Fi Movies
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