We've been a little lackluster lately (wow, alliteration) in our coverage of our favorite podcasts. We're still avid fans of Trekcast, The Scifi Diner, & Trekfleets, so we decided to publish another of our Star Trek Podcast Rollcalls to catch you up on what we've missed. First up tonight, Trekcast is back with another "Best of Trek" episode. This time, David takes the plunge into a Voyager episode. Scandalous!CONTINUE READING >>
We've known Jerad on the interwebs for well over a year now and have often called him our "internet friend" or "friend of the site". After spending a great deal of time with him at Vegas Khhaan! we can now call him a good personal friend. We partied, we laughed, we hung out in front of an AM/PM and drank warm beverages from paper bags (special Hey, Star Trek! designed paper bags). We truly lived the Trek culture High Life!CONTINUE READING >>
Two of our favorite podcasts just launched two awesome episodes that we think you should check out. First up, Scott & Miles from The Scifi Diner Podcast server up a fantastic interview with up-and-coming Star Trek author Richard C. White. Richard has written Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers #63 "Echoes of Coventry" which is due out later this month. He also has a short story published as part the "The Sky's the Limit (Star Trek: The Next Generation)" short story collection. Check out the Podcast synopsis below.
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Trekcast, the number one rated Star Trek podcast has made it's triumphant return. After nearly a month off, David, Alicia, Jerad & Damon return with all the trek fun we've come to know and love. Notice though, we are a man down. Apparently Darren wasn't able to make it for this episode. Hopefully he'll have a bit more free time in next week or so and will make his triumphant return. Here's to another fantastic episode of Trekcast!CONTINUE READING >>
Our good buddy Jerad "Super_Spock" Formby dropped another fantastic edition of his Golden Globe (we read the somewhere...) nominated Star Trek blog "Hey, Star Trek!". This time, Jerad gives us a report of the good times had by all and a few missteps on Star Trek Online.
Captain of a starship. Is it your first, best destiny?
Star Trek: Online thinks it is and now that we’ve played through Beta and the first month of it going live, we thought important to communicate our true and real impressions.
The last time we visited this topic, admittedly, the post was not serious in anyway and was written without experience with the game.
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Trekcast, oh Trekcast, Where for art thou? It's only been two weeks since we've had our weekly does of all things Trekcast, and we need it bad, real bad. Okay, sorry that went a little too far. Sorry if we made you feel uncomfortable. To be honest, we feel a little strange about it too. Anyway... Darren, David, Alicia, Damon, & Jerad are all back with a brand new episode for your Ferengi pleasure.CONTINUE READING >>
We listen to tons of podcasts every week, but there are two that have a special place in our eight chambered hearts. Trekcast and SciFi Diner Pdcast our both friends of the site and have launched two fantastic episodes this week.
First off David, Darren, & Alicia talk all about Star Trek Online. What's not to talk about? The game just launched and every Ferengi and his brother is online and phasering away. As usual, they answer your subspace signals and give an all around entertaining show. Oh, and we learn that plomeek soup is flavorless. Check out and excerpt from the show notes below.CONTINUE READING >>
A brand new episode of Trekcast has warped in from the beta quadrant (yeah, everytime we use that, we change the quadrant) for your betazoid (that too) pleasure. If you haven't already, be sure to check out Trekcast. Because, of course, it is the highest rated Star Trek podcast on the planet. Oh, and we love it!CONTINUE READING >>
What?! "Hey, Star Trek!" has published an article about the new hotness, Star Trek Online? That's right gentle reader. Jerad "Super Spock" Formby has written another entry to his Emmy Award winning (I know, I've seen the future) blog "Hey, Star Trek!". Check out an excerpt below and click the link at the bottom to be dazzled with the rest. High fives!!
Lieutenant’s Log. Stardate: Unknown
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