Even if Marvel wanted to stop cops wearing Punisher insignia, there’s not much they can do.
How a l0w-budget indie horror film became the hit of the summer.
Foz Meadows recounts some really unpleasant interactions with the Red Sofa literary agency.
Publishers filed suit to stop Internet Archive lending out unlimited copies of digital books. The Archive stopped, while spouting bullshit about how this is an attack on the very concept of library lending (nope. Libraries actually pay for digital books).
Vice calls out an author for arguing pirating creative works is cool. Don Henley, meanwhile, has asked Congress to do more to fight digital piracy.
Wonder where President Tiny-Brain got the idea that old man police knocked down in Baltimore was a false-flag operator? From One America Network, which makes Fox News look like Walter Cronkite.
When blogs became a thing, a lot of right-wingers prophesied the end of the “lamestream media.” They’re still prophesying it.
Spotify now rules the podcasting world.
John Scalzi signed a record-breaking multimillion-dollar publishing deal with Tor a few years back. Here he reviews the first five years.
If you need sound effects, the BBC has your back.
Scalzi, again, this time on creatives who aren’t talking about politics.