Oh, we’re gonna cover that in the near future too!
I have made peace with the hard soldered RAM and SSD, but the butterfly keyboard has kept me from buying a new MBP. So much so that I found a mid-2012 MBP and built it up to the max limit of the machine to hold me over.
The character of Sisko is great because we get to see his development. He starts out in the same idealistic mold as Picard but is forced down a very different path in order to save those ideals. And we see how the changes are reflected in different areas of his life: starfleet, bajor, friend, and father.
One of the best Picard quotes IMO:
Wasn't America supposed to be this extremist capitalist country? And yet billion dollar companies like WB are getting state funding.... Personally I think that's gross considering shit the government should be sponsoring, like education, are constantly getting their budget slashed.
...as Crichton helps a blue-hued priestess (Zhaan), a warrior (D’Argo), a haughty emperor (Rygel...
No argument that Farscape was an awesome show...but when will Babylon 5 get some retrospective love? That show was also amazing. Just remember that the FX were damn good at the time, but still really early in development.
The stretch of episodes where Crichton was “twinned”, having no significant difference between versions except diverging experiences and neither character being designated as “the original” or “the duplicate” was an outstanding bunch of writing.
Love the article. Farscape was an essential show and my favorite in that style of sci-fi episodic adventure.
I love, Love, LOVE Farscape. It is one of my favorite shows ever to grace my television screens.
There is essentially no electric vehicle charging network in NYC. There is a municipal parking garage about a 30 minute walk from my apartment that has two charging stalls in it; to my knowledge, this is the ONLY available public charging station anywhere in southwest Brooklyn, an area with a population of perhaps a…
It’s cool that you’re promoting RSS. I’ve used it every day for longer than I can remember but I’d guess about 15 years or so. But I wish you’d take it up with your superiors as well as well because Gizmodo Media sites are not great at RSS.
Thanks for writing this. I started using RSS in like 2005 because I’d heard a little bit about it and it has changed the way I consume information forever. I hope it never dies, but I fear it will. (Twitter is my only social media drug of choice, but I’ve curated it carefully to avoid duplication with my RSS.)
For the cool kids ONLY: TT-RSS + RSS-Bridge
As a fellow Feedly die hard, have you noticed that all the GMG sites only have a snippet of their articles on Feedly as of late? I loved being able to read a paragraph or two & then decide if I want to open the website to read further. I’m not sure if this is a Feedly thing or GMG thing... Though I'd wager that since…
First, your news websites and blogs of choice probably have newsletters that you can sign up for from the home page—which you probably already know thanks to the charming pop-ups that everyone uses because fuck you that’s why.
Two in one formation, yeah probably one was down. It happens, nothing new. Shedding parts is.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Love all sci fi, also like tidy endings, so you can imagine the annoyance I felt when Farscape was dropped in NZ after 2 seasons. That was NOT a tidy ending. I also enjoyed Lexx, why didn't anyone else?
To not list the DS9 finale is to basically say that you do not know what you are talking/typing about in the subject matter.