Emmy-Winning Screenwriter and Executive Producer. Star Trek: Prodigy on Netflix. Tales of Arcadia (Trollhunters, Wizards) on Netflix. LEGO’s Unikitty on Cartoon Network. Other cool stuff!
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As a cryptid enthusiast, one sad reality of the AI craze is that we will never have the remarkable phenomenon of hoax photos like these again.
My timelines are full of so many of them rendered in excruciating detail, none of them are memorable anymore.
Recently learned the punctuation thing I use all the time — this thing, right here — is called an em-dash.
🎵 My vocabulary knowledge oft exceeds sequipedalian
A doctorate in words, abecedary Aesculapian
I’m droppin’ esoterica like frogs of Aristophanes
A Sisyphean picaresque to just be understandin’ me 🎶
Thank you @GoodAaron for creating a show, that's the best Trek since DS9 for me!
From the start it treasures values like hope, friendship and communication.
It's fantastic how the unability to communicate is the source of most problems in the show and teamwork the solution.
When people ask me “what’s your favorite version of Janeway” from Star Trek: Voyager, there are several equally valid responses that spring to mind.
But if I’m being totally honest, there’s one that always wins out.
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The dolphin cyber-hacker in JOHNNY MNEMONIC was rad, actually. You just weren’t ready for it.
The LLAPy Awards, a star-studded online awards show voted on by Star Trek fans, is tonight at 5PM PST.
Be sure to tune in — I’ll be there! https://www.youtube.com/live/iVCd__30mlE?si=75_RQknVTaTzrAKf
One disappointment in this age of rapid media consumption is the diminishing allowance for mystery in longform storytelling.
If something raises a question that isn’t immediately answered, it’s hailed as a mistake rather than something to ponder.
Ambiguity is good sometimes.
A huge thank you to Milam and Greene Whiskey for this amazing care package!
Their very small batch bourbon and straight rye whiskey are complex, expansive, and genuinely delicious.
Also, a bonus CD from Texas band MISTER DATA, replete with a track called “‘Measure of a Man”!
The gradual erosion of consensus reality is, quite literally and without exaggeration, planting the seeds for the end of civilization as we know it.
Anyway, happy Friday!
Creativity does not start from nothing.
You are a confluence of your past, your loves, your grievances.
What moves you, angers you, terrifies you.
The books you’ve read, the films you’ve watched — even if you defy them, they are influences.
Allow yourself to be inspired.
The biggest thing to remember, especially in today’s media landscape, is what William Goldman told us years ago.
“Nobody knows anything.”
If they knew with certainty how much money any project will make, then every one would be a hit.
Humans are fickle and beautiful that way.
I’m endlessly fascinated with the effects of recency bias, expectation bias, and nostalgia bias on how we consume popular culture.
Doubly so, with how those feelings shift over time as new generations have different experiences with the same art, less affected by one or another.
Today’s the day! The new romance anthology from DC Comics, HOW TO LOSE A GUY GARDNER IN 10 DAYS, is on the shelves now for Valentines Day.
My story, “Robots Are Red, Androids Are Blue” is a bittersweet tale of love in the time of AI.
Pick up a copy at your local comic shop!
Just got the advance copy for my story in the new DC Comics anthology, HOW TO LOSE A GUY GARDNER IN 10 DAYS!
My Red Tornado tale about a forlorn android rekindling love hits shelves next week, just in time for Valentine’s Day — reserve your copy at a local comic shop!
I think about this episode of THE TWILIGHT ZONE quite a bit these days.
This seems like a good deal. Thanks, Facebook Marketplace!