Blast from the Past: RDM on the State of Star Trek... in 2000

While doing some background research for some of my own writing I often take a look at what the work of those writers which have inspired me, both to examine their process and also to reflect on what it was I liked best about their work. One of those writers is Ronald D. Moore, perhaps most famous today for his work… » 6/26/15 6:15pm 6/26/15 6:15pm

Fact of the day - 6/22/15

Hello everyone and welcome to a rather late Fact Of The Day. I was trying to come up with a theme for this week since I will be leaving for vacation Thursday. I thought about an all Maine week, featuring science fiction and fantasy either set in Maine or involving Maine people, since that’s where i’m going. But pretty… » 6/22/15 2:50pm 6/22/15 2:50pm

O-Deck Fact Of The Day - 6/8/15

Good morning O-Deck. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I had a great timne visiting my cousin and her fiance and their crew for her birthday. I swam, i drank, i white guy danced. It was a lot of fun. And even though it was at a casino i didn’t lose to much money. Unless you consider the $23 buffet in what was… » 6/08/15 8:05am 6/08/15 8:05am

Overthinking the Star Trek: Enterprise Episode “In a Mirror, Darkly”

I watched Star Trek: Enterprise intermittently when it aired and missed the two parter "In a Mirror, Darkly" until I watched it recently on a whim. It ties together two episodes from the original series and fleshes out a particular corner of Star Trek. It also raises questions if you think about it. » 4/16/15 8:13pm 4/16/15 8:13pm