+ Rumor has it that Steven Spielberg might launch a social networking site for paranormal/UFO buffs. Sign me up!
+ Gary Gygax, creator of Dungeons and Dragons, passed away yesterday. I never played D&D, but I did like that TV movie years ago starring Tom Hanks as a college kid who went crazy from playing it too much. And I liked the dice, too.
+ Entertainment Weekly has a new reader's list out on the 30 most dateable TV characters. While I applaud some choices -- like Liz Lemon from "30 Rock," Ned from "Pushing Daisies" and Josh, Jed and Sam from "The West Wing," I have to question some of the others. "24"'s Jack Bauer would just shout at you while carrying his man purse. "Lost"'s Jack would spend the whole date checking his cell phone to see if Kate had called. And "CSI"'s Gil Grissom? Well, that robot man just plain creeps me out.
+ For anime fans, "Appleseed Ex Machina" comes out on DVD on March 11. It's the sequel to 2003's "Appleseed," which I thought was a movie based on that pioneer guy who went around planting trees, but apparently, it's based on the best-selling manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow and produced by John Woo. Here's a preview:
+ And finally, this may be the most messed up and funny thing I've seen in ages. Did I mention it's messed up? Yes, it's wigs for cats. I don't know why. Honest to God, I don't know why, but there it is.
My cat's going to have the best birthday EVER!