Sharing My World 36

After not having done one in a while, I decided to respond to this week’s Share Your World.

And here we go! ๐Ÿ™‚

Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

Why tell you my preferences when I can show you? ๐Ÿ˜‰

My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.

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UPDATE: Want to find out more books I’ve read? Check out my Goodreads profile!

What is your biggest fear or phobia? (no photos please)

Pass.

What is your favorite cheese?

It’s a toss-up between mozzarella and provolone. ๐Ÿ˜‰

What is your favorite month of the year?

I dunno. ๐Ÿ˜›

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Product Pulse – May 8, 2009

I found this fascinating quote today:

The young Dr. Spock and Captain Kirk make a comeback tonight in the debut of Star Trek. Itโ€™s a good day to take stock of how far once-fictional technologies have come โ€” handheld communicator (cell phone), medical tricorder (MRI scanner), holodeck (virtual reality headset), universal translator (Phraselator), scalpel-free surgery (ultrasound surgery), communications earpiece (Bluetooth). And as the ultimate evidence of progress, Spock reportedly cried. Hereโ€™s what technology we evolved this week:yodel, Product Pulse – May 8, 2009, May 2009

You should read the whole article.

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Star Trek Online assaults our allegiances with Klingon Raptor – Massively (via FriendFeed)

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Star Trek Online assaults our allegiances with Klingon Raptor - Massively
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“The Raptor class is packed with more weaponry than it ought to be allowed to have. In fact, it’s got so much that the medical bays are in a very bad way. Let’s put it this way: you don’t want to break, burn or otherwise cut anything while serving on this ship. Although if the captain makes good use of the speed, cloaking and front-facing weapons of pure death, the lack of proper medical facilities probably won’t matter too much. At least… we think.”

Ron Bailey

Two likes in 5 minutes? DANG! – Ron Bailey

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From TrekToday: New Animated Series May Take Trek Past ‘Nemesis’

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New Animated Series May Take Trek Past ‘Nemesis’

“Rossi and others are working to sell CBS on a web-based series set in a future Federation after a devastating war.”

From TrekToday: Despite Uniting Captains, ‘Legacy’ Gets Mixed Reviews

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Despite Uniting Captains, ‘Legacy’ Gets Mixed Reviews

“Users lodge complaints about lack of innovation in new Bethesda Softworks title; bug fix now available.