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Star Trek: The Next Generation - I, Borg [5.23]

The Enterprise picks up a wounded Borg drone, and in spite of Picard’s misgivings, end up calling him Hugh.  Picard wants to take advantage of the situation to use the drone as a way of carrying  destructive virus back to the Borg collective, but the crew becomes increasingly uncomfortable with this plan as Hugh develops more and more individual characteristics.  1,653 more words

Star Trek Franchise

Day 232: Let Them Eat Nike

The replicators are on the blink…

I did warn you that a busy week meant I’d be falling back on good old stand-bys like Star Trek… 570 more words

Anthropology in Outerspace

TGA’s exciting new fall series will examine representations of anthropology in science-fiction. Emma, Marie-Pierre and Rayna will discuss cases from various TV series, movies and books and what they reveal about popular perceptions on this science and its branches (archeology, linguistic anthropology, biological anthropology and sociocultural anthropology). 138 more words

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 "Evolution" and "The Ensigns of Command"

I’m going through “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and reviewing every episode, complete with commentary and a grade from A-F. I’ve also included a score and comment from my wife, who has never seen the show before. 911 more words

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Wizard World Presents Star Trek: TNG Panel Featuring Sir Patrick Stewart At Wizard World Chicago

Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the highly successful 1987-1994 follow up to the original Star Trek television series, are in for a special treat as six of its stars reunite for a unique celebration of the 20th anniversary of the program’s final episode on Sunday, August 24 from 5-6:45 p.m. 179 more words

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Predicting Technological Growth

In Star Trek: The Original Series the characters used large rectangular microtaps. With today’s technology a card that size might have a capacity of over six terabytes. 449 more words