In case you were violating the Temporal Prime Directive yesterday and missed this, we started a roll call thread for fans of Star Trek. Transport yourself over to that thread, add a comment, and check out all the Trek fans you can follow here on Micro.blog. 🖖
Micro Monday is a day to explore strange new worlds… or at least to find new people to follow. Let’s do a new roll call and boldly go where I have wanted to for a long time: Star Trek. Hail us with a reply. What’s your favorite? No spoilers for New Trek, please! 🖖
I’ve started another podcast. 🤣🎙
Star Trek: Prodigy Flashcast is a micro flashcast; my nephew Jon and I recap the latest episodes of Star Trek’s newest series immediately after watching them together.
We like it a LOT so far. Jon is even creating a Prodigy board game. 🖖
On this date, 55 years ago: “The Man Trap” airs, aka Season 1, Episode 1 of Star Trek.
Would any Micro Star Trek fans out there be interested in a Star Trek Day remote hangout starting at 5:30 Pacific Time? It looks like a fun schedule of panels and previews. 🖖
The crowdfunding campaign for the Star Trek: Voyager documentary broke the record with $1.2 million raised, almost double what they raised for the excellent DS9 doc, What We Left Behind.
To The Journey: coming 2022. I’m proud to be a Voyager fan. 🖖
Day 27: Pompasetting
My dad was a guest on Voyager Revisited. Besides Star Trek, we also talked about our memories of space mission launches in our home state of Florida. He snagged VIP passes for the launch of Apollo 13. He said my mother wore her best dress, and here she is.
If you think you’re enlightened, spend a week with your family.
Or just record a Star Trek podcast with your dad.
I thought it would be a bonding experience to watch Coda together, the one where Janeway’s dad shows up. 🤷♀️
New: Voyager Revisited 22
We got a new book! Well, it’s mostly for me. Grace is a big Tribble fan, and sadly, there are no Tribbles in Star Trek: Voyager. I had to bribe her with parsley to do this photo.
Checking out my On This Day page and it’s my guinea pigs, four years younger. They are now almost six years old. Click the link if you need a dose of cuteness.
I just received the nicest email thanking me for creating the Star Trek: Voyager episode guide. It really means a lot to hear from someone who enjoys my work.
If you have time on your hands, maybe take a moment and send a thank-you to someone whose work you like!