A Writer’s Thoughts On Open-Ended Publishing

One of the reasons I write so much about ereaders (without actually owning one) is because I feel like they represent something truly different in publishing, an industry that, until relatively recently, hasn’t changed a heck of a lot in the last hundred years. In the last decade, I’ve gone from total writer n00b to […]

News Corporation’s Rupert Murdoch Planning iPad Newspaper

News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch’s international media giant, is reportedly working on an iPad-only newspaper that won’t exist in printed form. Murdoch’s main involvement in online technology to date has been putting some of his leading titles behind a subscription-only “paywall”, making the newspapers available to paying users only. So far that project has attracted customers […]

When Internet Memes Invade the Real World: Laser Cat Mural in San Francisco

For those living in the San Francisco area, this awesome laser cat mural is located at the old Harding Theater on Divisadero street. It looks like it recently went up because it wasn’t there when the Google Street View car last passed by this area. [Via Laughing Squid]

Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1

You may recall from my review of Half-Blood Prince a year and a half ago that I am an unashamed Harry Potter fangirl. Which is sort of a double-edged sword when it comes to enjoying the films – because on the one hand, you adore the material, and on the other, you tend to be […]

Ten Tips for Geeks on the Job Search

Well, it’s time to move on. Whether you’re looking for new employment, seeking a job for the first time, or just need a change of pace, the job market is definitely a challenge right now. As someone who’s currently on the lookout for full-time employment, I know the difficulty. Not only is the job market […]

Required Viewing for Future Geek Parents: Talking to your Kids About Star Wars

As a Geeks are Sexy reader and future parent (for those of you who don’t have kids yet), This might very well be the most important video you’ll ever see on this site. Teaching your kids all you know about Star Wars is probably one of the most crucial task you’ll undertake as a geek […]

World’s Biggest Harry Potter Fan

Youtube user HarryPotterHimself wants to win Moviefone’s “America’s Biggest Harry Potter Fan” contest, so he submitted his entry in the form of a Youtube video, which is embedded below. “I’ve read each of them over 100 times, I know the stories inside and out. And for the last 12 years I’ve been the biggest, most […]

Holiday Gift Guide for the Hungry Geek

The holidays are quickly and inexorably approaching. And if you’re like me, you’re likely to find a few hilarious (and well-intended) presents under the old Christmas tree, or your celebratory equivalent. Because, try as our families might, sometimes it’s just plain impossible to find a good gift for a geek without some really good direction. […]

My Little Star Wars [Picture Gallery]


My Little Star Wars: a totally epic set of modified My Little Pony dolls by Flickr user Mari Kasurinen. Enjoy!

A Life on Facebook [Video]

The story of a man’s life told through the facebook’s interface. [Via Vimeo]

The Many Faces of Batman [Animated GIF]


Lewis Wilson (Batman, 1943) Robert Lowery (Batman & Robin, 1949) Adam West (Batman, 1966-1968) Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns, 1989 – 1992) Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm, Justice League, Batman Beyond & Batman video game series 1992 – Current) Val Kilmer (Batman Forever, 1995) George Clooney (Batman & Robin, […]