Tuesday, November 11, 2008


A few days ago, I linked to an interview with Jim Butcher about the comic version of The Dresden Files. Now, the first 5 pages are available online if you want to see it for yourself. It will be in stores starting tomorrow (and probably ending soon after).

ABC has announced their midseason schedule. Life on Mars and Private Practice are switching nights. Scrubs will lead into Lost on Wednesdays. Pushing Daisies doesn't appear (presumably only having 13 episodes this season), but the schedule is subject to change.

In honor of his birthday yesterday, Geeks of Doom posted a Beginner's Guide to Neil Gaiman.

A "new" 4,300 year-old pyramid has been discovered in Egypt.

14 animated movies were submitted for Oscar consideration, so there will be 3 nominees. I've only seen one (Wall-E), but I'm sure it will make the final list.

Two new discoveries may lead to heart attacks being prevented: cell activity has a daily schedule and a new protein test can determine risk of heart disease.

CIO has an article on how 10 popular tech products were named.

DVR for tonight:
8pm House
9pm Fringe

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