Saw Celine Danhier's Blank City (2010), a documentary of the no wave and transgressive film movements on late 1970s and early 1980s NYC. Also saw Kenneth Branagh's Thor (2011), which I was prepared to hate, but it was really quite good. Not Velveeta at all. Oh, and Joseph Kosinski's Tron: Legacy (2010), which I liked even more than Thor. Though both were shot in 3D, only occasionally did the gimmicky for-3D shot damage the overall design and cinematography.
I've been reading in spare moments, mostly from the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, and I finished Weishampel and Jianu's book on Transylvanian dinosaurs. But also some of the stories from Joshi's Black Wings. Let's see. A pretty good Michael Shea story. An utterly awful Nicholas Royale story. A wonderful story by Michael Cisco. A so-so story by Brian Stableford. A decent story by Dave Schow (though it needed to be longer).
It's still hard winter here in Providence (or so it seems to me), and I haven't seen the sea since late December. I feel worn very thin.