Friday, February 29, 2008


Time Warner is absorbing New Line.

Neil Gaiman's American Gods has been put up as a free ebook for one month. If people read the book, then maybe they'll put up more.

Michael Moorcock has been named the newest Grand Master by SFWA (to be officially presented in April).

Chris Carter hints about the story ideas for the next X-Files film at SciFi Wire.

io9 has posted 20 SF Novels that will Change Your Life. (This is not the best novels, just the ones that they think can change your perspective on the world.) I've only read a couple, but many of these are on my TBR list, and I may add a few now.

A blog at Time Magazine has rules for library management that I think can only be followed by people who don't read much.

NBC and ABC are arguing over Scrubs, and we may get another season. Details at Zap2It and TV Guide.

DVR for tonight:
Stargate Atlantis

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