Sunday, July 14, 2013

New and Noteworthy (Star Trek, Neptune's Brood, Modern-Day Cave Dwellers)

In today's edition:

* Kevin Martinez and Clodomiro Puentes offer a review of Star Trek: Into Darkness that compares the franchise's latest film with the original vision--and especially those parts of it that have fallen "out of fashion."

* At Boing Boing, Charles Stross' sometime collaborator Cory Doctorow reviews his sequel to Saturn's Children, Neptune's Brood, through the lens of David Graeber's Debt.

* And finally a story which I wish was science fiction, but isn't--residents of England living in caves.

Welcome to the Future we actually got.

New and Noteworthy: (Dark and Gritty, Burnt by the Sun 2, Charles Stross, Cory Doctorow)
My Posts on H.G. Wells
My Posts on Star Trek

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