The Benthan Assault Cruiser is a new lock box ship that bears witness. It's a strong cruiser, with a staggering amount of firepower, and I enjoyed my career with the ship. She may become my liberated borg's new vessel for a while.
Fantasy author Kyt Dotson's slice-of-life mirror-blog to Over the Hills Authorspace, designed instead to be the shimmering surface underneath the veneer and sparkle of the high-life, where the pixies and goblins are equal partners in mischief.
This caught me by surprise when I saw that Hatsune Miku appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman. She's an idoru, or a virtual pop star, and extremely popular in Japan. Although the technology for virtual pop stars isn't exactly science fiction level yet, the phenomenon has been around for a while for the Japanese.
I've even written about her before, in article about how a programmer used augmented reality to give her a second life (in his virtual reality specs). Western audiences are certainly not used to this sort of show.
According to Polygon, David Letterman wasn't quite ready for it either.
I wonder what it would be like to have Hadaly from Black Hat Magick projected into my living room. I think she'd be amazing company.