I tend to read a lot of genre sites over my morning Coke and donuts (yeah, breakfast of champions, I know!), so I thought I'd get in the habit of sharing the more interesting tidbits once a week.
io9 have a zombie apocalypse unfolding via mock updates from CNN, Al-Jazeera, and the Wall Street Journal (click here); sunken treasure at the bottom of New York Harbor that just screams out of a Clive Cussler adventure (click here); and a link to Charles Stross' article predicting the next 30 years of technology, prejudice, and sex (click here).
Blastr have teased Doctor Who's new companion (click here); revealed the details of a new BBC monster/sci-fi series called The Fades (click here); confirmed that Spielberg produce but not direct Jurassic Park 4 (click here); and have put together a great collection of books from classic novels and TV shows that we only wish existed (click here).
Tor.com have an update on their fan-voted Stubby Awards, which currently sees the bewildering combination of The All-Pro by Scott Sigler and The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss with a commanding lead (click here); a wrap-up on their tribute to David Bowie week (click here); and yet another look at the latest photo of Johnny Deep from Tim Burton's take on Dark Shadows (click here).
Finally, picked up from my Google+ feed, we have a price reduction on the remaining limited edition copies of the Clive Barker exploration Memory, Prophecy, Fantasy (click here); and some free short story reads courtesy of Jeremy C. Shipp (click here). Enjoy!