Monday, December 10, 2007


A Year in Review (one sentence at a time)

You know that meme going around, where everyone posts the first sentence from each of the year's twelve months? Well, with my modest little blog here it doesn't seem to produce very interesting results, but here it is, all the same:

Marianne Plumridge has written a terrific review of The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana for infinity plus.

Locus Magazine has released their list of Recommended Reading for 2006, in case you hadn't heard.

A few weeks ago it was announced that an underground ocean straight out of Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth had been found.

Only just now getting over the convention crud that settled in sometime between the Dead Dog on Sunday night at WHC and Monday night when we finally finished up twelve hours of travel, by plane and car, and were home.

Well, it's silicon instead of laminate, but if this is any indication, we might be halfway to Cordwainer Smith territory:

Hey, remember those Weta Rayguns I mentioned seeing with John Picacio at San Diego Comic Con last year?

Okay, this is pretty cool.

Jay Lake points out this terrifically interesting article on the Discover site about how down at the Planck length time might not actually exist at all.

This is what I miss not going to WorldCon in Japan.

It's book report Monday, yet again.

It's Wednesday, right?

A little metafictional hoohah from Tom the Dancing Bug.

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