Deep and mysterious is the Mar Oscura nebula. Almost as deep as the human heart. And the robotic heart. This week, Data becomes the ultimate emotionally unavailable boyfriend for Lt. Jenna D’Sora. All will be explored (and some blown up) when we put In Theory in the Mission Log.
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Season five of Star Trek: The Next Generation is right around the corner for Misison Log – and to celebrate we are giving away three complete sets of the season five TNG Blu-ray!
All you need to do to enter is leave a comment (anything at all) in the Disqus comments section below this post. We will pick three winners at random on July 11, 2016, and Blu-rays will be sent out as soon as we have email confirmation and shipping address from each winner.
Entrants are limited to Mission Log listeners within the 50 United States only.
Thanks – and good luck!39 Comments
We knew this day would come. Huge thanks to Mission Log listener David for immortalizing us doing what we do best. You can see more of David’s work on his Facebook page.9 Comments
Check out “The Predicates of Fate” by V.A. Hezaran.
“Accidentally thrown into the future by the Temporal Witness Protection Agency, a man arrives in the middle of a robot uprising. It’s a race against time to help an unlikely group of renegades against a robot army bent on taking over the galaxy. Will four strangers be able to work together to save the day, or will the robots succeed in wiping out all intelligent life from the cosmos?”
And the best news is that you can support fellow Star Trek fan Hezaran by downloading his book for only $3.00!9 Comments
If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out Skipper Martin’s excellent project “Bizarre New World.” Paul Krutcher is an everyday guy who wakes up to find he has the ability to fly – soon everyone on Earth finds they can fly too! How does that change the world, and how does it change who we are?
Skipper has dropped in a little tip of the hat to all us Star Trek fans too…
As you can see we’ve been busy rebuilding the site from the ground up! We’re well over a 100 episodes now and have an extensive collection of Discovered Documents that we needed to get organized and searchable.
You’ll notice the TNG face lift, but not to worry if you were a fan of the classic look, the site will still use that style when browsing any of The Original Series episode pages. The episodes have a nifty little player to listen to them right under the episode screenshot, which can be clicked if you want to zoom in. Whenever there are Discovered Documents related to an episode, they will show up right on the episode page along with a tag list for exploring related content and a comments section so we can hear back from you.
You should have no problem finding old episodes in our new episode archive, and if you’re looking for Discovered Documents, they’re more fun than ever to browse from the Documents page as well as using the tag lists and the search feature. The Discovered Documents are all thumb-nailed and conveniently open up in a slideshow box for easy viewing from page to page.
So dig in and let us know what you think or what else you’d like to see!20 Comments