I’m a child of the 1970’s and, growing up, I most definitely remember my dad wandering around saying “1984 is coming.” The funny thing, living in 2017, I cannot think of what government surveillance thing would have happened in the 70’s to invoke that response from my dad. Eliot Peper’s novel Cumulus, drops us into the other side of that full surveillance society that my dad was concerned about – the corporate surveillance state.
Continue reading Book Review: Eliot Peper’s “Cumulus” Paints Dystopia Probable
I am often surprised at how little I know about American history, particularly when it shows up regarding some of my favorite subjects. Twice this year, I’ve been hit over the head with the incredible story of the unsung black women who made some of NASA’s early achievements possible.
Continue reading Hidden Figures Review: Talent Not Hidden in “Hidden Figures”
A long, long time ago, in a Geekiverse not so far away,
slightly after the release of the much anticipated (at least by the writers at the Geekiverse) The Force Awakens, we all put our collective Star Wars fanboys (and girls) together and we ranked each of the Star Wars films. This was WAY before Lou created his RANKED columns. Now, after Rogue One hits the galaxy, we had to revisit it, right? So, we did.
Continue reading Where Did You Rank Rogue One? Here’s Where the Geeks Did
Variety is reporting that The CW has given the nod for next season to all 4 of their DCTV superhero shows in early renewal announcements that came down this morning.
Continue reading CW Renews 4 and Adds 1 More Superhero Show for Next Season