By Mike Medeiros @SoriedemSTO Welcome to the Spirit of Trek, a weekly column at Priority One Podcast, where we identify and celebrate Gene Roddenberry’s vision by discovering how its messages have started to permeate throughout humanity’s collective consciousness by looking for it on the Internet and within popular culture. With the holiday season quickly approaching, keep the Spirit of Trek alive by giving the gift of Trek to your friends and family. This week we’ll be looking at several new and not so new gift ideas for the holidays. Star Trek licensing and merchandising has been busy this year with
Dear Dayton: How do I ensure that I create a Star Trek fan out of my daughter? She’s seven, and I want to make sure I have something to talk to her about when she is a teenager. I am not seeking real help with anything, that’s why I listen to a podcast based on books that nobody reads and games nobody plays.
G & T Show 47 – Are we ever going to talk about Star Trek? is now available for downloading. Give it a listen here. Nick, Teri, and Mike are back with an all new show. Oliver and Gingerbrit join them in the studio. This week they discuss a new Ask Dayton, Star Trek Las Vegas Update, Star Trek 12 Movie News, Prometheus, and eventually, their worst and best episodes from all seven seasons of Star Trek The Next Generation in celebration of it’s 25th anniversary and the availability its first season on Blu-Ray.
Dear Dayton: Last week there was quite a Katy-bar-the-door brouhaha on G and T about children on the Enterprise. What are your thoughts on this? Do you agree with right-thinking peoples that if a ship is going exploring into the unknown, where, YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT’S OUT THERE, kids have no business on the ship, or with those silly-hearts who think the innocent little lambs should be placed in the way of meeting the Borg? Also, some of us have been chatting, what is the genesis of your dislike of Gettysburg Nick? He seems like a likable enough chap, if
Dear Dayton: Thanks to your involvement G&T I have started following your Fog of Ward blog. You are a silly beast. My question is multipart, so I beg your indulgence. I beg it! One: It was so touching to see that you married your high school sweetheart, so what is, in your estimation, the secret to such a long and happy marriage? What advice would you give to someone who is writing you on an internet radio show and is a newlywed? Two: With this world seemingly so crazy – even though I have heard Ms. Teri say it seems