To this day, I'll sometimes watch a movie and wish to know what Roger Ebert would have thought about it.
Friday Food for Thought: February 25, 2022
A transportation system that relies almost entirely on cars is not only foolish but is literally destroying the world.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: All Our Yesterdays
The Zarabeth storyline explores loneliness in its various forms, giving us more insight into both Spock and the human (humanoid) condition.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: The Cloud Minders
Sadly, "equality, kindness, justice" are largely forgotten by the episode's end.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: The Way to Eden
Eden must exist somewhere between the Federation’s artifice and the Edenites’ self-indulgence.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: The Lights of Zetar
The sexism is so rampant as to be a distraction throughout the episode.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: That Which Survives
(Note: This post appears as a page elsewhere on this site. If you haven’t read it yet, my introductory post on this Star Trek: The Original Series rewatch is a good place to start. Previous essays on specific episodes can be found here.) Original Air Date: January 24, 1969 Crew Death Count: 3 (Ensign Wyatt,…
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Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
Burying our heads in the sand is a path to ruin, when we should, instead, reach for the sky.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: Spock’s Brain
There's nothing wrong, once in a while, with a little mindless entertainment.
Boldly Rewatching the Voyages: The Ultimate Computer
The real problem with technology is never the actual hardware or software, but the people designing and using it.