Steampunk Star Trek!
Don’t let faux Klingons send real Americans to war. It’s wrong.
The professor spent a few minutes talking about the Mongol’s invasion techniques, which were simple but could be fairly ruthless. After summarizing this, he commented, ‘really, they were pretty close to the Borg.’
As much as I enjoy Trek, I’ve never really explored the literary Trek work terribly much over the years. Any recommendations from others out there who might have explored more of the printed Trek universe?
Yesterday while on lunch and browsing the bookstore shelves, I noticed that Greg Cox had a new Khan book out, To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh, in which he explores the eighteen years between ‘Space Seed’ and _The Wrath of Khan_.
A day of the daytime star. / The clouds are compelled to commence fleeing, and are filled with dread. / I have a destination; / and there, because of the atmosphere, I am pleased. / Describe to me **immediately** / how to go to Sesame Street.
Seeing as how old school programmers think like Klingon programmers, I believe that it can be reasonably assumed that all old programmers are Klingon.
Tonight I finished Enterprise off, watching the end of the two-part arc following the derailment of the first effort at laying the foundation for the future United Federation of Planets, then following that up with the final episode of Enterprise. (SPOILERS in this entry…if you care….)
Anybody know of any other good trackers out there? My Google-fu did me no good whatsoever, and as long as Season Four of Enterprise has been a bit more watchable than prior seasons, I’d kind of like to see how it all wraps up.
‘Friday Cat Blogging’ is a well-known, oft-derided, but much loved cliché in the weblogging community. I may not have a cat…but I do have a Tribble!