Also, I don't know if I mentioned it before, but I did do my first review for SQT here on Spin State by Chris Moriarty. Go check it out!
Alright, so some useful links!
1. 13 Things That Do Not Make Sense from New Scientist Space. This one really grabbed me because of the Horizon Problem, the Pioneer Anomaly, and the Wow Signal. Some crazy things going on there!
2. Magnetic Refigerator. What? Yeah, exactly. It doesn't need electricity apparently and the lovely people in Denmark came up with it. It uses magnets to keep the thing cool. This places higher importance on magnets and magnetism now doesn't it?
3. Discworld...the cake. This is an example of someone with far too much time on their hands.
4. The Evolution of the Alphabet. The short version really. This one got my attention. It shows you line to line how the alphabet evolved to what it is today from culture to culture, time to time. It's very basic and obviously a hell of a lot more is going on behind the scenes, but still, this is interesting!
5. Kinetic energy, living creatures. I'm not sure what else to even call this. It's so bizarre and yet amazing at the same time that I had to put it up for everyone.
6. eFanZines. I'm not sure how good this place is, but it does have quite a bit of literature on there and maybe there's some good stuff there. Anyone been? I've just discovered it. Gives me some material to read now that I'm not working.
7. Duotrope and Ralan. Both sites where you can find places to submit your work. Ralan is more for speculative fiction and Duotrope seems to be a bit of everything. Both lovely sites I think.
There you have it. Enjoy!