Well, I would—if Hollywood could get it as right as these amateurs. But then, Amateur means doing it out of love and that's where Hollywood falls down when it makes movies out of comic books, um, I mean graphic novels.
Richard Sherman strolls down memory lane, telling us what it was like to work on the last Walt Disney animated feature, The Jungle Book. Well, there were more cartoons from Disney, but TJB was Walt's last.
Hilarious rant by anthropologist Roger Sandall over Lynn Truss' Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of Everyday Life. I have to confess I haven't read TTTH, not least because I didn't enjoy her hectoring Eats Shoots and Leaves. Geeze, if you're going to write a book about the failure of everybody to observe proper grammar, wouldn't you want it to be copyedited to a fair thee well? Ms. Truss didn't proof her proofer—and all I could think as she wagged her finger was that she should have washed it first.
Physicist Matt Sellars and his research team at the Australian National University's Laser Physics Center have "frozen" laser light—slowing it from 670 million miles an hour to 670 miles an hour, and then stopping it altogether.