In other news...
* An unabridged recording of Jack London's classic 1908 dystopia The Iron Heel is now available at Librivox.
* From Blastr: "The 16 Most Intelligent Sci-Fi Films Ever Made." I was pleased to see some of my very favorites included, including the brilliant Dark City and my choice for this year's Hugo Award, Moon. I would, however, add The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind to this list.
"While the women were engaged in scientific research, the men of this country were busy increasing their military power. When they came to know that the female universities were able to draw water from the atmosphere and collect heat from the sun, they only laughed at the members of the universities and called the whole thing 'a sentimental nightmare'!"
- from "Sultana's Dream," 1905, by Rokheya Shekhawat Hossein