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Delicious LiveJournal Links for 7-6-2011

  • Hooray! "Encyclopedia of Science Fiction to be published online, with text available free - The third edition of the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, the definitive reference work in the field, will be released online later this year by the newly-formed ESF, Ltd, in association with Victor Gollancz, the SF & Fantasy imprint of the Orion Publishing Group, whose support will enable the text to be available free to all users."
    (tags: sf)
  • Alex is 10 years old... Google is basically just going to delete his last two years of email messages (they don't offer any way to log in and export his messages), and plans to cut him off from his family until he turns 13.
  • Big Finish Productions is thrilled to announce that it has signed a licence deal with B7 Enterprises to produce original audiobooks and novels based on Terry Nation’s popular science fiction series Blake’s 7. Blake’s 7: The Liberator Chronicles will be launching in Spring 2012 on CD and download, and will be performed by the original stars of the TV series.
    (tags: sf)
  • "I came to it expecting nothing in particular and have been thoroughly bowled over. It is quite out of range of the common space-and-time writers; away up near Lindsay’s *Voyage to Arcturus* and Well’s *First Men in the Moon.* It is better than any of Stapleton’s. It hasn’t got Ray Bradbury’s delicacy, but then it has ten times his emotional power, and far more mythopoeia." (Thanks to Andrew Hickey for alerting me to this.)
    (tags: sf)
  • "From today I will no longer be reading any articles, whether online or in the paper, published by The Sun, The News of the World or The Daily Mail."
  • Really bad news as Amazon buys The Book Depository. I'm finding eBay a better and better source for my books.
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