Glaskowsky reminisces while reading the souvenir book from the Heinlein Centennial convention.
Asked about the absence of gay sex scenes so far, the writer explains that his "viewpoint characters" aren't gay. He also tells stories of how his teachers tried to stop him from reading sci-fi.
Preparing to jettison from the Canadian Space Agency, Chris Hadfield reflects on Kubrick's epic film and his youth on a corn farm watching "Star Trek" reruns.
Publishing houses may worry about DRM, but there's a far more problematic issue plaguing the writers of ebooks.
Some science fiction films use real locations more extensively, both to evoke an unfamiliar future and to connect the themes of the film with the world we live in. The effect is often disconcerting and lends itself to the dystopic.
Announcing our very first not-even-remotely sanctioned by the legal department video creation contest: make us an awesome video in which Steve Jobs and the Predator work out who has prior art on swipe-to-unlock. We will reward the awesomest video with a Buzz Out Loud ceramic travel mug. Oh, and Google turns off its filters in China ... briefly.
Glaskowsky responds to a CNET photo set.
Blogger Peter Glaskowsky reports on his initial experiences with an inexpensive Linux-based PC--and whether it's ready for the mainstream.