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Non-Euclidean Æthercast #32 – A very Cyberpunk interview with Matthew de Abaitua

| 31. August 2015

Today’s podcast follows the happy and unfortunately long neglected line of posts on this blog dealing with the publications of the Angry Robot Books. I have the pleasure of welcoming Matthew de Abaitua as my interview partner today, whose cyberpunk novel If Then will be published by Angry Robot Books on September 3rd. Please enjoy […]

Review: Cryptex Version 2.0 – Almost like a Pocket Watch

| 25. August 2015

After getting my hands on the first version of the Cryptex and reviewing it, it was only a matter of time until the collection was extended. I am now also the proud and delighted owner of the next generation Cryptex USB drive in a flat, round brass shell which doubles rather nicely as a pocket […]

Book Feature: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton

| 17. August 2015

And so we continue to work on the æthermails that accumulated during my absence with another piece of literature, this time on the light-hearted side of things: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton Dirk Dynamo is enjoying a life of learning with the gentlemen adventurers of the Epiphany Club. Joining an expedition to find the […]

The Resurrectionist – Upcoming horror short film

| 8. August 2015

A while ago I featured the horror short film Love is a Grave. Now the company behind this movie is up to something new: The Resurrectionist. The year is 1868. In a swamp near the Louisiana Line, a man goes to the Crossroads to resurrect his lover. And that is already everything known up to […]

Minutes at the Edge #10 – The Geeks Shall Inherit the Solar System

| 3. August 2015

Today’s episode of Minutes at the Edge is a very happy one. I talk about the New Horizon mission to Pluto, the discoveries made and the geek fest the people at NASA had naming the geological structures they found on Pluto and Charon. Please enjoy this shiny podcast!     And here are some links […]