The Website at the End of the Universe relays the good news that J. Michael Straczynski is hard at work on a big screen adaptation of Doc Smith's classic Lensman space operas. It's early days yet, but it's hard for me not to feel excited about this. I'll keep my fingers crossed that it actually gets made.
And for some reason QuasarDragon has stopped linking to the sf stories being added to Project Gutenberg. I'm not sure why, but he's gone back to only listing the Manybooks versions. So just keep in mind that those Manybooks texts wouldn't be available without the selfless hard work of the various Project Gutenberg volunteers who are saving these sf gems from obscurity and who depend on your donations.
Also, Bibliophile Stalker points to Locus Online's reporting of Edmond Hamilton Day. "On July 18, 2009, Kinsman, Ohio will be celebrating Edmond Hamilton Day, honoring "The Dean of Science Fiction" and Kinsman resident." So mark your calenders and smash some suns.