Our wives join us on this episode! Kim Johnson thinks we’ll finally go paperless soon, but Eileen Rivera thinks it won’t be soon enough, because we all die in 2012.
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We’ve finally finished the Windup girl and we’r ready to wrap it up, but we also have news, some sad (RIP Frank Frazetta) and some glad (Game of Thrones!) Plus we have some excellent thought-provoking commentary from the Goodreads group. And best of all, we announce we’ll have another episode next week! Find out who our special guest interview is. (raised eyebrow)
Frank Frazetta, RIP
Nebula Award Winners (Includes Windup Girl)
Game of Thrones News
George R. R. Martin talks ‘Game of Thrones’ as the HBO show’s ‘Daenerys’ departs
Winter is Coming – A blog about Game of Thrones series on HBO
Has ‘A Dance with Dragons’ been announced? Check here. Every day.
Stephen Baxter has a tendency to destroy the Earth in a number of his books. Notably:
Moonseed – Earth wiped out completely starting in the opening scene.
Evolution – Human evolution from triumph of mammals to the end of humanity (Earth survives, people don’t)
Flood – All land gone. Some humans survive.
He’s one of my favourite “Laser” authors and well worth reading.
This is a little old but in catching up on my rss feed of i09.com I
came across this. Ridley Scott!
Thanks for the great group & podcast.
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“We’ve found the rebel base”
“The lawnmower man solved my roach problems”
“The IT Crowd is Coming Back!”
Brian Brushwoood of NSFW Show and Scam School guests in place of Roger and tells us among other things how he thinks Lost will end. Tom gives it a 36% chance of being right. Also, Tom tells how the whole job change from TWiT to CNET went down.
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“Maybe the coolest thing ever”
“It’s a comparatively small world after all.”
Roger co-hosts with Ayleen Gaspar (October Toys) and discusses a new social experiment for Disney, how newbies like Doctor Who, and the need for realism in SciFi.
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