Lavie Tidhar writes, "The World SF Blog is launching a new weekly fiction feature, beginning with Aliette de Bodard's "Melanie", with more stories lined up from South Africa, Israel, Brazil, India and the UK, amongst others. We're also having a limited promotional sale on The Apex Book of World SF, in both paperback and e-book editions."
Corridor Crew's work fixing visual effects is always entertaining. Improved Luke is pretty fantastic. READ THE REST
Sinistar was an important part of my childhood. He hungers. Until today I did not know that there had been an Atari port of Sinistar in progress. Beware he lives. Run coward! The 2600 port looks like some of their worst work. READ THE REST
Actress, human rights activist, and Black American icon Cicely Tyson has died. She was 96. Miles Davis was Mr. Cicely Tyson. She died just two days after her memoir was released. READ THE REST
Exploding like a supernova in our news feeds, the GameStop stock controversy has spawned hot takes from virtually every corner of the world and shows little sign of slowing down yet. And while everybody's got an opinion about GameStop, Reddit traders, hedge funds, the SEC and essentially any element of what led to this Wall… READ THE REST
If you'd never gone to school, how smart would you be? Oh sure, you'd have picked up some tricks here and there on the street, but it's safe to say you'd be a whole lot less prepared for dealing with the world if you hadn't had some vigorous schooling in your youth. So why do… READ THE REST
You aren't Joe Rogan. You didn't do standup, host Fear Factor, or fend off attacks from Conor McGregor. You aren't the driving force behind the web's most popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, with downloads of about 190 million a month and a paycheck to tune of as much of $75,000 per episode. But…if you… READ THE REST