OLD TIME RADIO SCI FI: Free Science Fiction radio shows/readings on the Web. Well, not that old. They're from the 1970s and 80s.
SCIENCE THAT IS FICTION: Science in TV drug ads so much fiction, says this new "Adwatch" video feature at Consumer Reports.
SCI FI COMICS: The Monster Blog presents unreprinted Jack Kirby classic monster comics. These have great titles like I Accepted the Deadly Challenge of Zarkorr and The Mystery of the Tax Collector From Space!
FANTASY COMICS: Here's Archie's Mad House #22 from 1962, which has the first Sabrina, the Teenage Witch story by George Gladir with art by the one and only Dan Decarlo. Scott Shaw! (whose cartoon style, he confides, was influenced by fellow Mad House contributor Orlando Busino) has tons more about all this at his Oddball Comics site.
FICTION NOT SCIENCE: Blogger John Scalzi visits the Creation Museum.
US ECONOMY SO MUCH SCI FI: so says new book THE SQUANDERING OF AMERICA by Robert Kuttner.
H/ts to Boing Boing and C-SPAN's Washington Journal and Journalista!
Above pulp illustration by Charles Schneeman from the January 1941 issue of Astounding Science Fiction from Mike Lee's Curious Lee blog.