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[S]ci-fi history actually has featured ahead-of-its-time, female-identifying authors and creators who have challenged conventional notions of race, gender, and sexuality head-on for centuries. Their contributions are so essential (some are by far the most out-there in the canon) that without them, the genre could not possibly have grown into the blockbuster behemoth it is today.
From Devon Maloney's story in NYMag
A new analysis of jihadi groups' online communications reveals no evidence that Edward Snowden’s leaks about NSA spying "inspired Islamic terror groups to hide their electronic communications behind more sophisticated encryption software." Read the rest
With the potential return of the live-action version of The Tick still in the very early stages, details on the project are scarce. While it might be too early to go into specifics, lead actor Patrick Warburton recently dropped some unofficial details on what we possibly could expect.
In an interview with MovieWeb, Warburton suggested that The Tick creator Ben Edlund may take the character in a new, darker direction. "I'd love to see what Ben Edlund's new vision for it is.
Everyone’s talking about “Madam Secretary” with a wink-wink toward a former secretary of state who may be running for president. But, really, it’s not as if Hillary Rodham Clinton were the only woman ever to hold that high-level Cabinet office. Isn’t it possible that the CBS series premiering Sunday is meant to make us think of Madeleine Albright?