Allen Barra wonders if "any writer with such a small oeuvre influenced American culture more than Raymond Chandler?"
The paintings of Chesley Bonestell "have often been mistaken for actual colour photographs by those slightly unacquainted with the present status of interplanetary flight" according to Arthur C. Clarke.
You might think words fly all around you, but what if they really did?
"I have what is becoming an empire of television programming - I have to attend to these things." Who knew Dr. Frasier Crane's head could get any bigger?