Welcome to the Third Edition of the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, edited by John Clute, David Langford, Peter Nicholls (emeritus) and Graham Sleight (managing). All the more than 17,600 entries are free to read online.
Off-World: The Blade Runner Wiki is dedicated to the Blade Runner novel series created by Phillip K. Dick and film series created by Ridley Scott and aims to be the best source of information related to Blade Runner and all things concerning it.
cosmic.voyage is a tilde community based around a collaborative science-fiction universe. Users write stories as the people aboard ships, colonies, and outposts, using the only remaining free, interconnected network that unites the dispersed peoples of the stars. If you would like to join us, contact tomasino [at] cosmic [dot] voyage.
eDEX-UI is a fullscreen desktop application resembling a sci-fi computer interface, heavily inspired from DEX-UI and the TRON Legacy movie effects. It runs the shell of your choice in a real terminal, and displays live information about your system. It was made to be used on large touchscreens but will work nicely on a regular desktop computer or perhaps a tablet PC or one of those funky 360° laptops with touchscreens.
Themeable. Uses Electron. If Electron will run on it, it'll work.
50 awesome and totally free futuristic fonts you can use to design. Many of these work best when set at larger sizes, but we’ve also included a few that are more versatile and lend themselves to parts of a design other than headlines or quotes. Free to download and use.
An updated version of the Beyond Cyberpunk hypercard stack from the early 1990's. It's kind of dated (cyberpunk's kind of dated, truth be told), but as a historical resource, or a resource for fiction writers you might find it of interest.
E.N. mercilessly spoofs gamers, science fiction, video games, cyborgs, cliches, magical girls, sex, and mad scientists. It's an adult comic, so I'd advise that you keep your kids away from it, but it's also screamingly funny.