* David Gill reviews Christopher Miller's fictionalized biography of Philip K. Dick, A Cardboard Universe: A Guide to the World of Phoebus K. Dank, for Boing Boing.
* Judy Han's dissertation on Korean-American Christian missionaries and U.S. imperialism is available in comic form. (Via @barbarahui.)
* A nine-word story that will take one thousand years to read. Kottke says this problem is just crying out for good old-fashioned American know-how.
* The five people still watching Heroes will be devastated when they find out Bryan Fuller's left again.
* NPR remembers Harvey Kurtzman and the heyday of Mad Magazine.
* Trending upward today: references to Paul Simon's "Kodachrome."
Monday, June 22, 2009
Posted by Gerry Canavan at 11:23 PM
Labels: Bryan Fuller, comics, evangelical Christianity, good old-fashioned American know-how, Heroes, Kodachrome, Mad Magazine, Paul Simon, Philip K. Dick, photographs, science fiction, South Korea, the long now, web comics