From The Homeopape — For The Week Ending 05/24/2015

From The Homeopape is a semi-regular list of [Barely Curated] links related to Philip K. Dick from all over the Internet. A homeopape, a term coined by Philip K. Dick, is defined by Philip K. Dick himself in Ubik (1966):

UbikIn a corner of the large room a chime sounded and a tinkling mechanical voice called, “I’m your free homeopape machine, a service supplied exclusively by all the fine Rootes hotels throughout Earth and the colonies. Simply dial the classification of news that you wish, and in a matter of seconds I’ll speedily provide you with a fresh, up-to-the-minute homeopape tailored to your individual requirements; and, let me repeat, at no cost to you!”

 

05/18/2015

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? By Philip K Dick

Philip K. Dick was right?

BLADE RUNNER # BY GUILLAUMERIO

Blood Money by Philip Dick – Art by Peter Elson

Blade Runner by Philip K. Dick

05/19/2015

Laibach on the Danger of Comfort and the Power of Science Fiction

I Know Why the Caged Nerd Sings

Lecturer’s latest novel turns up heat on gas-lit world

VIDEO: Check out these crazy robotic ants

Erik Davis on Philip K. Dick

David Letterman, Hegel, and Philip K Dick = Praxis

$5 book reviews

My Continuing Adventures with PKD

Philip K. Dick | Hot Popular Videos Pictures News Posts Buzzing Trending Viral Awesome Amazing Beautiful

Science Fiction Masterworks

05/20/2015

CLUTCH To Release ‘Psychic Warfare’ Album In September

‘Blade Runner 2’ Cast Update: Ryan Gosling joins Harrison Ford; Will creating the sequel destroy the integrity of the original story?

Videos tagged “Philip K Dick”

The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival Returns January 2016

Two amazing new fantasy novels by women

Wednesdays With Writers ~ Philip K. Dick

Looking for good Philip K. Dick book

Literary Poster, Philip K. Dick Illustration Quote Abstract Art Print, Large Wall Art Writer Gift, VALIS art, Science Fiction Poster

05/21/2015

Clutch Reveal ‘Psychic Warfare’ Album Release Plans

Cinematographer Roger Deakins joins ‘Blade Runner’ sequel

Patenting science fiction

Celeb Cartel | Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick. We Can Build You. 1972.

05/22/2015

Tomorrowland: A World Beyond, film review: Like Bedknobs and Broomsticks crossed with Blade Runner

Travel Beneath London in June with Titan Books

‘Blade Runner 2’ Gets Legendary Cinematographer Roger Deakins

Philip K. Dick Award

The Banker (Danilo Galbraith)

Did Philip K. Dick disclose the real Matrix in 1977?

05/23/2015

Dystopian futures, ink-gun battles and rhythmic beats

Vincenzo Natali Bows Out of ‘Neuromancer’ Film Adaptation

“Blade Runner” sequel hires Oscar-nommed cameraman Roger Deakins

Philip K. Dick

Aphorisms Galore! » Aphorists: Philip K. Dick

Simon Pegg and SF and Comic Book Infantilism

Question about ending of “Beyond Lies the Wub” by Philip K. Dicks

Philip K. Dick T shirt Artwork

05/24/2015

On Movies: Miraculous, menacing

To infinity and beyond with Le Galaxie. . .

Philip K Dick Berkeley Walking Tour

Pulling the Cosmic Trigger: The Contact Experiences of Philip K Dick & Robert Anton Wilson

“We Can Remember It for You Wholesale” by Philip K. Dick…

Quotable – Philip K. Dick

The Man in the High Castle by Philip K Dick. Cover design by Cleon Peterson

Penguin Essentials Releases 10 Gorgeous New Cover Designs for Classic Novels

Basta coi pregiudizi su Philip K. Dick: la lettera di Anne Dick al New Yorker

Pulling the Cosmic Trigger: The Contact Experiences of Philip K Dick & Robert Anton Wilson

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From The Homeopape — For The Week Ending 05/17/2015

From The Homeopape is a semi-regular list of [Barely Curated] links related to Philip K. Dick from all over the Internet. A homeopape, a term coined by Philip K. Dick, is defined by Philip K. Dick himself in Ubik (1966):

UbikIn a corner of the large room a chime sounded and a tinkling mechanical voice called, “I’m your free homeopape machine, a service supplied exclusively by all the fine Rootes hotels throughout Earth and the colonies. Simply dial the classification of news that you wish, and in a matter of seconds I’ll speedily provide you with a fresh, up-to-the-minute homeopape tailored to your individual requirements; and, let me repeat, at no cost to you!”

 

05/11/2015

‘Scream Queens’ and ‘Minority Report’ among fantasy shows on Fox’s fall lineup

Fox 2015-2016 schedule ranked: Sci-fi strong with ‘X-Files,’ modern ‘Frankenstein,’ ‘Minority Report’

Fall 2015 TV: 10 New Shows We’re Looking Forward To

Finalists take the grid for Sci Fi your Pi challenge – See more at: http://www.electronicsweekly.com/gadget-master/raspberry-pi/finalists-take-grid-sci-fi-pi-challenge-2015-05/#sthash.uzNzd6Ng.dpuf

20 facts you didn’t know about French designer Philippe Starck [Infographic]

Author Of The Day: Philip K. Dick

The SFFaudio Podcast #316 – AUDIOBOOK/READALONG: The Golden Man by Philip K. Dick

05/12/2015

LÁ-BAS, ‘Automaton’

Fox’s fall schedule: A snap judgment

Blade Runner 2: Unraveling a Classic

Trailer for Coming Fox Series – Minority Report

Philip K. Dick Quotes

05/13/2015

New Folio Society Edition of Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle

Good news, everyone! Nationals will still be a thing in 2065!

Fox’s Minority Report Trailer Is Imaginative And Futuristically Cool

‘Minority Report’, A New Fox Television Series Based on the Steven Spielberg Movie and Philip K. Dick Short Story

The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival Open Call For Entries Deadline September 15

05/14/2015

Minority Report comes to the small screen with a new TV show

Amazon doubles down on TV streaming with fewer reruns, more original programming

Amazon Said to Drop Viacom Shows as Reality Fatigue Hits

Film Picks, May 15: See ‘Blade Runner’ at The Colony

Did Philip K. Dick Disclose the Real Matrix?

05/15/2015

Our vanity epidemic is about to reach for the sky

Jonathan Lethem: The versatile writer and his influences

Michel Basilières’ A Free Man, reviewed: Against the grain, and the Real

On The Edge Of Blade Runner (BBC Documentary About Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi Classic)

The penultimate truth about Philip K. Dick

Erik Davis on Philip K. Dick

05/16/2015

Which Great Author Do You Re-Read, A Single Page At A Time?

The best animated films for grownups

Did Philip K. Dick Disclose the Real Matrix?

Albany: Reading Music: Songs Inspired by Philip K. Dick featuring Tom McWatters

Reading Music: Songs Inspired by Philip K. Dick featuring Tom McWatters

05/17/2015

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Paul Williams Would Have Been 67 Today

Paul Williams would have been 67 today. He passed away on March 27, 2013.

I believe that he was very influential on Philip K. Dick’s career and was partially responsible for the resurgence in popularity of Philip K. Dick and his work. Essentially, Paul Williams was an early adopter of the work of Philip K. Dick. He wrote an article for Rolling Stone, profiling Philip K. Dick, and later expanded it into the book Only Apparently Real: The World of Philip K. Dick.

He was also the executor Philip K. Dick Estate’s estate and in addition, he was a pioneer in Rock music journalism. Below are some links to more information about Paul Williams and his life.

Paul Williams Biography

Paul Williams Chronology

On The Eve Of Paul’s Passing, I Pause

Paul Williams Died Last Night

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[Updated] Typos Found (And Fixed) In “Untitled 1978 (Very) Short Story by Philip K. Dick”

Another kind reader pointed out to me that there were more typos in this page on this web site “Untitled 1978 (Very) Short Story by Philip K. Dick”. Here are the updates made to the story:

In the fourth paragraph of the article: “…the girl who, when she finally showed up, mearly laughed at me.” It should read merely and not mearly.

Also, in the fourth paragraph of the article: “I may may have been a success as a writer” The extra may needed to be removed.

In the fifth paragraph of the article: “Haraln continued, unabashed” It should read Harlan and not Haraln.

All the typos is in a Red font for emphasis.

I compared the version on this web site to the one printed in The Search for Philip K. Dick by Anne Dick to check for more errors.

The rest of typos in the version on the web site have been corrected. Now you can enjoy this story as Philip K. Dick intended (as the marketing people would say) [This time for real!]. I would like to thank both the reader who pointed out the further typo to me and the reader who pointed out that the story is also printed in Anne Dick’s The Search for Philip K. Dick and reprinted in PKD Otaku #10.

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