Hey, guess who's on the cover of the latest Entertainment Geekly Weekly :
I know -- right?! Those disappointed Nathan Fillion didn't make a Vulcan handsign, raise your hands in a Vulcan handsign.
Speaking of which, did you know that Spock's ear was on the auction block last weekend? It was offered by Premiere Props on the date of Leonard Nimoy's birthday:
"Dan Levin, a Premier Props spokesman, the company behind the sale, says, “This ear was kept by the prop master from the film. It was carefully wrapped up which is important because silicone latex can deteriorate."
Or you could just buy one of these bad boys:
Great news for both fans of Doctor Who and Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: Douglas Adams' lost Doctor Who screenplay "Shada" will finally be released as a novel by BBC Books in 2012! Doctor Who novelist Gareth Roberts will be adapting the work. According to the Guardian:
"Publisher BBC Books declared the book "a holy grail" for Time Lord fans. Editorial director Albert De Petrillo said: "Douglas Adams's serials for Doctor Who are considered by many to be some of the best the show has ever produced. Shada is a funny, scary, surprising and utterly terrific story, and we're thrilled to be publishing the first fully realised version of this Doctor Who adventure as Douglas originally conceived it."
Supercomputer built from 1,716 PS3s and used by the U.S. Air Force:
Don't throw those old PS3s away, kids! That's some crazy sci-fi supertechnology you got there!
And the video of the day is the Legend of Zelda tribute "Navi's Song (Hey, Listen!)":