He's a Jellyman, and I bet that's all you need from me to picture a Jellyman, though I wonder if you'd picture him exactly the way he was in the book, or the way I would have picture it.
When I was casting around today trying to find something to talk about today for Science Fiction Friday that sort of connected to the rest of this week, and I came up with aliens. Which is problematic, because re: the strawberry of doom conversation we had before, aliens are not one of my faves. But the purpose of Science Fiction Fridays is to talk about Science and Science Fiction and... well. Aliens it is. It's not like I need to sleep tonight or anything.
But it's also not like I have anything interesting or coherent to say about aliens. So I think in the interest of brevity today, I'll just give you a link. Sometime in 1996, shortly before he died, Carl Sagan did an interview with Nova, which you can find here on their website. And he brings up a lot of really great points--obviously, he's Carl Sagan--but the best one is this: