The Star Wars wiki has expanded into the world of blogging with Wookieepedia Newsnet, a companion to the main site. Spearheaded by CJ reader Graestan, the blog will let those of us who maybe don’t log into our accounts for
months weeks at a time keep up with community goings-on.
First the book, now a blog! She’s been posting regularly for the last couple of weeks on a weblog at CarrieFisher.com. Topics so far range from a party for Milk (with Ewan McGregor!) to the metal bikini and dwarf-eating hippos. A pretty good start, if you ask me. (via)
In related news, Fisher was on NPR this weekend, as a guest on the quiz show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! You can listen to the show online at the link. (via)
Whatever happened to the collector from Dr. Phil whose wife tried to shame him into ditching his Star Wars stuff? The Springfield News-Sun follows up. They’re still married, he still has his collection, but he did go on a diet. Score?
There’s no fooling around at the Concept Ships blog. You know exactly what you’re getting, and there’s a hell of a lot of it! Almost overwhelming, but totally worth it. The image above by John Wu. (via)
The folks over at Gawker have set their sights on a new corner of the interwebs with a science fiction blog, io9. Naturally, SF blogging maestro John Scalzi has a little something to say, invoking the name of Fandom Wank and everything.
And yes, you don’t need to email me, I see their post on Imperial recruitment posters and their list of awesome sci-fi gadgets.