Legendary science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke(1), has passed away at age 90 in Sri Lanka. One of his works was made into the classic film 2001: A Space Odyssey. For remembrances of his life, see BBC News(2), The Times(3), and Ars Technica.
First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland discussed Clarke's life and work, and shared some of his personal experiences with him. Clarke gave us the future as we could have it, if we have the courage to demand it, he commented.