Oh Great Cthulhu! I have been an extremely sedulous devotee this year. In March, I wore an Elder Sign (-10 points). In September, I exposed autopope to soul-rending horrors (250 points). In July, I rammed a ship into you (sorry Continue reading Dear Cthulhu…
Via Boing Boing, Josh Glenn has a column for Boston Globe called The Examined Life which appears on Sundays in the Ideas section, and asks the question Can the antidote to today’s neoliberal triumphalism be found in the pages of Continue reading Utopian ideas hidden inside Dystopian sf
Yep, we saw Serenity in its Toronto opening, to a packed house. Joss Whedon ( as per the PVP tee shirt : Joss Whedon is my Master Now) did not disappoint. The Cast acted their Hearts out. Things were Reveled, Continue reading Sweet Serenity
Kelly McManus reviews Cory Doctorow‘s “Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town” in the The Globe and Mail Book section : The novel presents some of Doctorow’s most striking insights into the cultural implications of new technologies, making it his Continue reading Here be monsters : Cory Doctorow’s "Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town" in the Globe and Mail
The New York Times saturday magazine has a piece on Ron Moore’s Deep Space Journey (here’s the no registration link, and now on SlashDot) and his re-creation of Battlestar Galactica (which started it second season on the USA SciFi Channel Continue reading SciFi on TV?