I’m tapping my fingers impatiently, NASA. Let’s get it on.
NASA Has Designed a Futuristic Warp Drive Ship Right Out of ‘Star Trek’
I love the quiet oddness of this story.
Road sign leaves Welsh-speakers bewildered
I was just asking about these statistics this morning, and here they are, thoughtfully wrapped by David Brin and the Christian Science Monitor.
Seattle campus shooting: How often do bystanders stop mass killings?
The irony (or some other cough-inducing substance) has clearly choked up the guy introducing this great cover version.
I am extremely sorry to hear of the death of Rik Mayall. A favorite of many of us in SF&F, despite not being an explicitly SF&F star, he’ll be missed.
Okay, it’s now two-thirtyish in the morning, German time, and the moment has come for me to pack the keyboard and computer away.
I’ve had a fab time in Stuttgart, hanging out with booksellers and publishers — thanks Stephan! — and the cool folks at Dragon Days — thanks Tobi and Jessica! — and a large contingent of my beloved Smarchers. (That’s what we call ourselves on the tadwilliams.com message board, going back to the days when it was the Shadowmarch message board.) It’s always like family when we get together, as we have now many times, in several countries.
And now it’s pack-the-suitcase, fly-in-the-air time. Back to Deb and kids and dogs and cat and lizard and the uniquely scented, abundantly fur-festooned, charmingly maddening hive of friendly scum and gentle villainy I call home.
This is excellent fun. And mad skillz.
Words of wisdom. Turtle turtle.
Why, oh why, is my work not widespread enough to bring me fascinating, insightful commenters like this? GRRM, you are one lucky neckbeard.