Stop remaking movies when the originals are good. Popular should not equal remake!
Tag: Star Trek
Back in the old days, you know, like when I was growing up, television sitcoms would have an episode every season that was made up of clips from previous episodes loosely strung together by some new dialog. The Golden Girls was notorious for this, doing it much more often than any other show I remember.… Continue reading Clips Episode
This year was the Ultimate Pi Day, 3.14.15, and I missed it. I was unable to get into the spirit: I was really upset about Leonard Nimoy's death, and I couldn't write something that felt right. He managed his best known character over decades and across series, yet his performance never seemed tired. The meme that went… Continue reading Geeking Out
Live or Memorex
I've mentioned a couple times how somehow I managed not to go to a movie theater at all in 2013. I went to a theater four times in 2014, but only one time really counted (when I went to see a new release): I saw Interstellar, I watched two older films being screened again (The… Continue reading Live or Memorex
Once upon a time, okay nearly half a lifetime ago, I worked for PC World Magazine as the administrative assistant to a senior executive. Although we were not on the content-related side of the publication, my boss had an valuable and very eerie talent: By looking at a mock-up of a cover, she could determine… Continue reading Estimating
Today, 3/14, is Pi Day! I figured what better way to celebrate than to geek out on here about space. Growing up I was not one to be captivated by what was beyond this beautiful planet. It simply didn't interest me. Sure, I watched every single episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, but to me that… Continue reading Geeking Out