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#weekendcoffeeshare: Star Trek, #readmyowndamnbooks, and Updates

Hi everyone! I’m on Comparative Geeks today with “Star Trek Self-Help Books: A Thing?” and I also reviewed the game Chrononauts a couple weeks ago! Also, I’m pleased to announce my participation in #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks 2017! It’s a set-your-own-goal reading challenge with monthly posts to check in on progress. I still own a staggering number of unread…… Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Star Trek, #readmyowndamnbooks, and Updates

TV & Movies · Updates

#WeekendCoffeeShare: Star Trek Column and Happy New Year

First, I’m on Comparative Geeks today talking about upcoming stuff in “Star Trek: The Year Ahead,” check it out and let me know what posts you’d like to see! Second, if we were having coffee, I’d be having espresso and already be jittering in my seat ready to go. I’m tearing through my to-do list…… Continue reading #WeekendCoffeeShare: Star Trek Column and Happy New Year

Sci-Fi · TV & Movies

Star Trek Column: TNG First Impressions

Pleasantly surprised by “Encounter at Farpoint,” I take the opportunity to list all the things I thought about it, compared to Star Trek’s past and with the rest of Star Trek: The Next Generation in mind. Also there’s a My Little Pony meme. Star Trek: The Next Generation, First Impressions on Comparative Geeks

Sci-Fi · TV & Movies

Star Trek Column: Subversive Lady Guest Stars

This month’s Comparative Geeks column has been one of my favorites to write so far: Spotlights on three strong female characters tucked away in the original Star Trek series. My argument, insofar as I have one and am not just fangirl-flailing, is once again that the show was deeply feminist, especially (but not only) for its…… Continue reading Star Trek Column: Subversive Lady Guest Stars

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Star Trek Computers Aren’t All That Retro

Originally posted on Comparative Geeks:
Spock at his computer station. Last month we talked about Star Trek: The Original Series miniskirts, how they came to be and what they signified. While researching the paper that eventually turned into that post, I found out some interesting things about technology too. Most sci-fi isn’t actually futurist, meaning…