ThinkGeek has a “Fifty Years of Star Trek” sale going on through August 7, 2016.
One more quote from Michael Piller’s book, Fade In. I think I read that Stephen King and other writers write a similar amount, usually five to ten pages a day. Many beginning writers try to sit down and write an entire book at once, but it’s important to know that writing is more of an endurance contest, not a sprint. Also, when you get tired not only does your productivity drop, but your creativity plummets.
This is a great quote about writing as a team. It comes from Michael Piller’s book, Fade In.
As I mentioned yesterday, the book is not available in print, but you can find a PDF or Word doc of it on the internet. Mr. Piller died in 2005, and for some reason the book was never printed, but was released electronically. If it was in print, I’d buy a copy, as I suspect many Star Trek fans would.
“Brain and brain, what is brain?” From a Star Trek episode titled, Spock’s Brain. This is how I feel when I try to write code first thing on a Monday morning.
First contact comes in 49 years. Plan accordingly.
Someone get Captain Janeway a cup of coffee (funny).
The Dos Equis 'most interesting man' was a Star Trek redshirt - and lived!
Did Gene Roddenberry and other Star Trek designers create iPad-like devices many years ago? No need to say much here, just check out all these "Star Trek iPad" images, and see what you think. First, the iPad as seen by Star Trek - Next Generation designers:
Hmm, no keyboard in that first one. Must have used multi-touch.
No keyboard here either: