Read These Now and Ianto Jones Will Please

Apple is mulling a plan to upend its iTunes business by giving people unlimited free access to the music library if they're willing to pay more for the iPod and iPhone devices they use for playing and storing the digital media, according to a report published Wednesday. (AP)

A new study has found the use of health-care services differs depending on sexuality. (365Gay)

An all black version of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" catching an elusive audience. (NY)

One of the biggest fashion retailers (Banana Republic) in the US last night began an investigation into allegations that workers in India who make its clothes are being forced to work more than 70 hours a week for as little as 15p an hour. (Guardian)

This portal offers latest information on food commodity prices, supply and demand and factors that affect world food markets. (World Food Situation)

Powering the Electrical Revolution: Women and Technology (IEEE)

A Smithsonian affiliate, The Women's Museum™: An Institute for the Future makes visible the unique, textured, and diverse stories of American women.

An online exhibition that asks the question, "What defines your generation of women?" (IMW)

Methane Detected on Distant Planet for First Time. (NG)

Via Sci Fi Wire:
David Eick and Ronald D. Moore, executive producers of SCI FI Channel's original series Battlestar Galactica, told SCI FI Wire that their upcoming prequel Caprica will be a markedly different series.

Eick compared it to the feature film American Beauty, while Moore referenced the TV soap opera Dallas.

"Caprica is a story that Ron Moore and I concocted with [co-executive producer] Remi Aubuchon, and we're casting as we speak," Moore said in an interview at SCI FI Channel's upfront presentation to advertisers in New York on March 18. "I'm very excited about that. If Battlestar Galactica is Black Hawk Down, I would say that Caprica is American Beauty. Caprica is all about the inner lives of the people on a planet and how their personal relationships as well as their professional relationships inform what will become the creation of the Cylons."


Paul Scofield, the towering British stage actor who won international fame and an Academy Award for the film "A Man for All Seasons," has died. He was 86. (Yahoo)

Here are screen captures of a special scene from Torchwood ep. 11, "Adrift." YUMMY! Ianto and Jack! I went a bit heavy with lightening. My copy was exceptionally dark and I might post some better ones later.

Ianto and Jack

Ianto and Jack kissing


More: The screen capturing goddess, Snowyb of the Intergalactic Piedimensional Snowboard has more pics on photobucket.

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