I know you’ve been waiting for it, so here is the Firefly Tenth Anniversary Panel from Comic-Con. Enjoy.
It’s no secret that we’ve been heralding the death of Research In Motion (RIM) for awhile now. Some people have even suggested that we might be partially to blame for the whole fiasco. The truth of the matter, however, is that the tech world is only made better by having many strong companies working together
If you consider yourself any sort of sci-fi geek at all, then you are surely familiar with the amazingly epic, yet poorly abused, mistreated, and canceled television show Firefly. If not, you can just throw that geek card away right now and go cry silently in the corner. (Minus 500 geek cred for you!) For
(Good News my father is doing much better, and should be able to go home in a few days. He had the best kind of inter cranial hemorrhaging. So I thought I’d post an additional slightly more light post as well) Let me get it out of the way first. I am a staunch heterosexual.
Anyone who has watched the FOX network in the last few years has been burned numerous times by their cancellation policy. FOX seems to work on the idea of “If we make it, we must cancel”. Last year they spent about six months advertising a new show starring Nathan Fillion called Drive. Six months of