A tweet from the estimable Neil Gaiman informs me that the online version of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is now up as “beta text” — i.e., still a work in progress. Work in progress though it may be, it’s still pretty impressive, with 3.2 million words of information on science fiction authors, notables, themes and culture. It’s a pretty impressive way to lose an entire day or three.
If that’s not enough to keep you busy, check out its sister site, SF Gateway. Yes, now you have lost all productivity for the week. You are welcome.