Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Mission Update

Hello, fellows nerds. Now that we have a couple of posts under our belts and we have a better feel for some things, I wanted to update everyone on some decisions. First, we're going to be posting a new review once every three days for the time being. If we get a backlog of unpublished stuff or get too far behind, we may alter it, but for now, it's a good balance between frequent updates and the demands of being an adult.

Also, we want to make sure you've had time to properly ruminate on our reviews before busting out another kernel of wisdom on your collective asses.

This cannot be said enough, but we welcome and encourage comments. Agree with us. Disagree with us. This project grew out of our love of discussing both broader thematic elements and extreme technical minutiae for hours at a time. We want to share that with all of you.

This is the internet, however, so a few jackasses are bound to make it through, and neither Matt nor I really have the energy to moderate. That being said, I think Matt will agree with me when I say that Trekkies as a group have a higher ratio of good, decent, intelligent people than a random cross section of the population, so for now, we are going to trust you.

So, until the next review goes live on Friday... live long and comment.


  1. It could be that no one cares as much as we do, and so we have designed the ultimate blog for... ourselves.

    Which isn't necessarily a bad thing.

    Or it could be that we need to promote more :)

  2. I care! I just had not yet had anything to say because I haven't recently watched the episodes you've reviewed. When you get to Voyager...

  3. I've heard similar from my TNG-loving friends. I think by the time we get to TNG, we'll have enough posts anyway to start coming up more readily in searches.

    However, I agree that if this ends up just for us, that is an entirely valid use of our time.

  4. Also, we should post some pictures. Image searches account for a lot random finds.

  5. I'm reading too... but it has been a while since I've watched these episodes. I also seem to have problems downloading the podcasts. I will catch up on my TOS after we finish our big move!

  6. The podcasts appear limited to about 75kbps, which means it takes about 15 minutes. Not ideal, but better than the 0kbps we were getting with RapidShare.