In memory of


Clarke left us with some incredible writing and ideas, including among his laws of science fiction the thought that "man did not invent technology, but perhaps technology invented man."

The Web has become the epicenter of the Global Village that Clarke envisioned, the daily online diary of a World Civilization with no borders, that records all the momentary twitters of Humanity's each day from the mundane to the extraordinary, and shares pictures and video and music that all leads to the grand digitizing of the human race all our history, knowledge, art that all feeds into the single ether of a computer that is slowly.... learning... becoming human.... are we plugging into it or is it plugging into us?

"We are foolproof and incapable of error." -HAL 9000 "2001: A Space Odyssey" Arthur C. Clarke

30th Anniversary of "2001: A Space Odyssey": Tom Hanks, right, and
"2001" star Keir Dullea, center, talk with author Arthur C. Clarke via the internet. (30 April 1998)

Arthur's wish was to make "one last great 'Clarke' movie."
And that movie is based on his famous story The Nine Billion Names of God.
See The 9BNOG Film Project Trailer.

ARTHUR C. CLARKE at AFI's celebration of the 30th Anniversary of "2001: A Space Odyssey."
Speaking live via cybercast from Sri Lanka.

Watch this great movie about the "Daring Internet Adventures" of Arthur C. Clarke
and the Hazardous Media web team to create the web's first real "cybercast."


Arthur C. Clarke in a cybercast with Leonardo DiCaprio to save the endangered African Mountain Gorillas!

A.J. Catoline losing to Arthur C. Clarke in Ping Pong! He was a masterful player.