Winter is supposedly coming, but for Game of Thrones fans, the wait can seem eternal. But fans can now make a countdown calendar, because HBO announced in January that the show will return for its final season on April 14.HBO also released a short teaser showing Jon Snow reunited with sisters Arya and Sansa Stark, as the three walk through the crypts of family home Winterfell and hear mysterious messages from their parents. (Yes, including Jon's mother, Lyanna Stark, sister of Ned.)The teaser is just that, a teaser -- that scene won't actually appear in the new episodes, Entertainment Weekly reports.Season 7 ended in August 2017 with dragons and White Walkers and, uh, a little unwitting incest. And fans who are impatiently waiting for resolution can't even console themselves with a new George R.R. Martin book in the saga, because ha ha ha boo hoo hoo. But the book, like winter, is coming. Just before Thanksgiving 2018, Martin told The Wall Street Journal he was at a remote … [Read more...] about Game of Thrones: First prequel will start filming this summer
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This week in 2018 has been dominated by video game news, since the E3 conference in Los Angeles just wrapped up. The most exciting game I could find from this week in 1998 was the Nintendo 64 puzzler Wetrix, which essentially combined Tetris with terraforming. You can dig up the game itself through emulator sites, and Nintendo Life wrote a great piece about its weird development history — it was the accidental byproduct of a completely different project called Vampire Circus, which was sadly never produced. Otherwise, the news this week tapped a rich vein of anxiety over digital avatars, online privacy, and having your baby on the internet. As a person who covers day-to-day technology news, I often wonder how my writing might come off to someone in the future — and whether anyone will even be reading it. I can’t answer those questions, but I can do the next best thing: look back at what other people were writing 20 years ago. Here are five stories — big and … [Read more...] about Cybermom on the run: this week in tech, 20 years ago
StreetScape TV Science fiction writers are some of the great creative forward-thinkers of our time. Hard science fiction is the particular category within the genre that matters the most in imagining our shared future, where the laws of physics are adhered to, usually with specified accuracy. The debate here isn’t if this genre is better than other science fiction (SF) work, it’s just different, but it’s the realism that makes the genre interesting, and its focus on the future.The focus of Star Wars isn’t explaining faster-than-light travel or how The Force works. It’s a space opera about a universe in crisis, complete with action, adventure, Wookies, and explosions in the vacuum of space. Nineteen Eighty-Four is SF also focusing on a crisis for humanity, where the science fiction serves as a natural advancement without needing to explain the science behind what Orwell was cautioning, back in 1949. Both tell us something about the possibilities for … [Read more...] about This sci-fi author predicted everything about the smartphone. Now he says AI is inevitable.