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WB Big Cheese: “We need to lose money in a really *really* big way! But we need to make it look like a calculated gamble. So find me a director who hasn’t had a hit in at least 10 years and has zero audience.” 103 more words


The Martian by Andy Weir | Book Review


Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller

“Yes, of course duct tape works in a near-vacuum. Duct tape works anywhere. Duct tape is magic and should be worshiped.” 721 more words

Book Reviews

Game Review: A New Life for Old Video Games by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


For some video games, what’s old is new again.

Published: January 29, 2015 at 04:35AM

from NYT Business Day http://ift.tt/1y9yNJI

Evan J. Zimmer MD

# 138 The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm

The author of Babymouse (a cute graphic novel series) has written a gem (always wanted to call a book a gem). What looks like an ordinary, maybe humorous story turns out to be science fiction with a modern realistic setting. 112 more words

Chapter Books

Artificial Intelligence as Socio-Cognitive Pollution

Eric Schwitzgebel over at the always excellent Splintered Minds, has been debating the question of how robots—or AI’s more generally—can be squared with our moral sensibilities. 4,552 more words


Book Review: Mina Cortez: From Bouquets to Bullets by Jeffrey Cook

Mina Cortez: From Bouquets to Bullets by Jeffrey Cook

A YA Science Fiction Novel published by Fire and Ice (01/29/15)


Mina has always been the good influence, but when she strikes out on her own to clear her friend’s name she runs into all sorts of trouble. 695 more words

Book Review

More Short Flicks!

As far as short films go, this next one is pretty great. Intriguing storyline, amazing effects, and decent acting. This is one of those films I’d love to see turned into a full length feature! 80 more words