The LA Times has an article from Michael Chabon about how reading for "entertainment" has an undeserved stigma. His novel, The Yiddish Policemen's Union, just won the Nebula and is nominated for the Hugo, the Sidewise (best alternate history), and the Edgar (best mystery) awards. I wish I believed that the stigma would go away, but I don't. I'm just glad he doesn't seem to share the opinion. Too often when mainstream authors write genre books, they deny the label and consider themselves better in some way.
Gateworld has a preview for the next Stargate movie (Continuum). It is under News & Features.
DVRs for tonight:
8pm Bones & Big Bang Theory
830 How I Met Your Mother
9pm House & 2.5 Men