I'm still sulking about Logan's post below, although I also realize that this may be a surprisingly good thing, in the long term, for the audience. We'll see.
Meanwhile, Gizmodo (one of the most popular blogs in the blogosphere) has officially invited all of Hollywood's Finest to come write for them:
If you write for a show and are on strike and are interested in doing some writing for us on pretty much whatever the hell you want (as long as it's somewhat related to the sort of stuff we cover now), shoot me an email and lets talk about it. We'd love to get you in front of the keyboards again, even if it's not for the shows that you're used to writing for. And hey, we pay based on traffic, which is just like residuals, so you can get used to that for when you do go back to work after getting your demands met from those dickbags at the studios. Note that we won't be able to toss work to every single writer who's interested, but we'll do what we can. Those of you who write for sci-fi shows such as Futurama or Battlestar Galactica will get first dibs and big, wet, sloppy, fanboy kisses.
Woody Allen has weighed in on the strike this week, by making his own SPEECHLESS viral video:
I hope you are all tidying up your Netflix queues and hunkering down in case of a truly long strike. AMC Scanner blog has some suggestions of older scifi/fanstasy shows to consider for rewatching.