A history of space exploration as seen through TIME Magazine covers

TIME Magazine's iconic covers have been an indelible part of the pop culture and media fabric since the journal's inception back in 1923. And from 1952 onwards, the magazine has covered humanity's various forays into space, from early speculations about colonizing other planets right through to our current efforts on… » 8/10/12 7:40am 8/10/12 7:40am

Read a hilariously condescending Time Magazine article about the first World Science Fiction Convention in 1939

Time Magazine is putting all of its old content online — including an article from 1939 about fans of science fiction, or "pseudo-scientifics," as Time insists on calling it. (At one point, they even refer to an SF writer as a "pseudo-fictioneer." If you want to see why so many science fiction writers and readers have… » 3/10/11 3:30pm 3/10/11 3:30pm

SyFy Rebranding Makes Time Magazine's Top 10 Worst Corporate Name Changes

In honor of Comcast's decision to rebrand itself as XFinity, Time Magazine published a list of the 10 worst corporate rebrandings, and the Sci Fi Channel's decision to become Syfy made #3. Writes Time, "Spell Check On Syfy: Unless science fiction is spelled syience fyction, owners of the popular television network… » 2/08/10 5:00pm 2/08/10 5:00pm

Battlestar Galactica Dubbed "Too Expensive" and "Star Wars Ripoff"

Back in 1978, Time magazine published a scathing review of a brand-new TV show called Battlestar Galactica. In the wake of BSG's triumphant return to TV with Saturday night's special episode Razor, it's interesting to take a look back at where the franchise began. Costing $15 million, the original BSG was the most… » 11/26/07 10:53am 11/26/07 10:53am