Associated Content has posted an article entitled ‘The Next 50 Years in Space’, a what-if chronicle based in the year 2057 of our future-achievements.
Author - Jerry Paxton
Gamespot reports that The Ship 2 is in development from Outerlight in cooperation with a ‘major international publisher’.
Engadget is reporting that Google Earth has a new flight simulator feature that lets you pilot an F-16 or Cirrus SR-22 prop-plane. Neat!
Rated-M is reporting that the Wachowski Bros are no more as Larry is now officially…Linda.
BBC is reporting that a Davis, California company is getting ready to sell it’s ‘flying saucers’ on the open market. Hovering at an altitude of 10ft (just shy of the Pilot’s License limit), the vehicle is touted as the solution to the world’s traffic problems. Yeah…right.
Spiegel reports that scientists are asking for a backup library containing the sum of human knowledge be built on the moon in order to preserve what we know in case we all are destroyed. A pleasant thought to be sure.
SlashFilm reports that Kevin Smith will not be directing an episode of Battlestar Galactica anytime soon due to scheduling conflicts! Well that is certainly a bummer, I would have loved to see the 20 minute scene where Lee Adama and Kara Thrace just expound on all the nuances of blowjobs.
Bungie is reporting that Halo 3 has gone gold and is readying to deploy on September 25th to the anticipation of gamers everywhere.
Turbine has set up 7 day free trial account of The Lord of the Rings Online for those that sign up. Engross yourself in Middle Earth like never before.
Having played it for a while I can say the game is fun.
SFX.co.uk has posted a q&a with Firefly/Slither star Nathan Fillion.