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A Perfect Explanation of the Ideal Relationship Between Designers and Engineers

Quick question: How many executives do you know that can do renderings?ArtCenter graduate Jon Ikeda is one of those rare designers that have risen through the ranks to become a high-level executive. As Vice President and General Manager of Acura, Ikeda brings 30 years of Honda/Acura experience--primarily from the design side--to the table. This gives him a perspective that few Veeps and C-suiters possess, and in our upcoming Acura story, we'll show you how that benefits the company. Not to menti...
Tags: Design, Cars, Spock, Acura, Kirk, Honda Acura, Kirks, Ikeda, Torrance California, Jon Ikeda, Acura Design Studio, Acura Ikeda, Kirking


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Teaches a Masterclass About Writing a Great Death in “Project Daedalus”

Can Star Trek: Discovery not destroy my soul every week? While the show has done its best job of keeping tension and emotions high, this week’s episode, “Project Daedalus,” is the season’s saddest and most intense yet. At the same time, it was also a masterclass of how to write a great death. As we’ve seen already multiple times, Season 2 has made it a point to show up Season 1 in terms of characterization, storyline, and overall depth of meaning, and this week’s sad death continues tha...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Features, Spock, Cbs, Michael, Control, Chris Pine, Kirk, Rhys, Tyler, Pike, Starfleet


Podcast: How to Break Habits – And Keep Them Broken

 We all have habits we’d rather not have, whether it’s smoking, emotional eating, or any of a hundred other things. And it’s likely that we’ve all, at one point or another, tried to break one or more of them, only to have the break be only temporary. What’s the secret to permanent habit change? Listen to this episode and find out! Subscribe to Our Show! And Remember to Review Us! About Our Guest Judson Brewer, MD, PhD is a thought lea...
Tags: Psychology, Facebook, General, Wales, Habits, Mit, Mindfulness, Netflix, Spock, Leonard Nimoy, Vincent, Yale University, Gabe Howard, Brewer, Vince, Gabe


‘Star Trek: Discovery’: “If Memory Serves” is the First Truly Sad Episode of the Season

Finally, in Star Trek: Discovery ’s eighth episode of the season, “If Memory Serves,” we get Ethan Peck as Spock. As a huge Spock fan, I found it pitch perfect. There were actually several pitch perfect moments in this hour, even though the entire episode hit a depressing chord overall. Yes, after several high-flying, adventure-filled episodes, we have gotten our first truly sad one. It was deeply emotional: haunting, heartbreaking, and just downright somber. Here’s how my heart broke thro...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Features, Spock, Michael, Amanda, Tyler, Pike, Sarek, VINA, Starfleet, Melissa George, Saru, Star-Trek


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Manages to Make Spock Even More Fascinating With “Light and Shadows”

I think tonight’s Star Trek: Discovery episode was our first official filler episode for the season. Titled, “Light and Shadows,” I expected a lot more than what we got. Even though it worked a little like “Point of Light” in that it moved existing plot points along and set up some new ones, the episode ultimately left us with, to be crude, figurative blue balls (even as it added a fascinating new angle to Spock). Here’s why. Spock’s coordinates The episode itself is about Pike and ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Features, Spock, Cbs, Michael, Amanda, Tyler, Vulcan, Pike, Sarek, Leland, Starfleet, Alice Through


Star Trek: Discovery Stars Break Down a More Outrageous Spocks Debut, His Complicated Bond With Burnham

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Thursday’s Star Trek: Discovery. Spock finally made his Star Trek: Discovery debut this week… but he’s quite a bit different from the coldly logical Vulcan we’re used to, isn’t he? When Burnham tracked down her long-lost brother in Thursday’s episode, he was, well, freaking out — muttering logical doctrines to himself in a remote cave, and obsessed with the Red Angel. She brought him back to the Discovery for medical attention, and Section 31’s Captain ...
Tags: Religion, Spock, Peck, Burnham, Pike, Leland, Martin Green, Georgiou, Ethan Peck, Sonequa Martin Green, TOP VIDEOS, Red Angel


Not Even a Wild Original Series Connection Could Save Star Trek: Discovery From Itself

In a hard swerve from the first season, Star Trek: Discovery’s sophomore outing has been a lot happier to leave its overarching story with Spock simmering in the background as it focused on mostly standalone, classically Star Trek tales. It’s worked great so far, but tonight’s episode tried to have it both ways, and…Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Spock, Streaming, Cbs, Cbs All Access, TV Recap, Star Trek Discovery, Star Trek Discovery Recaps


Star Trek: Discovery will return for a third season

We’ve still barely caught up with the Red Angel, whatever it is, but CBS just confirmed that Star Trek: Discovery will be coming back for a third season. Discovery will also add Michelle Paradise as a co-showrunner alongside Alex Kurtzman, making her the fifth showrunner to come aboard the Discovery in its relatively short tenure exploring the known universe. Season 3, the #StarTrekDiscovery crew is beaming your way https://t.co/jHp0FjLOLc pic.twitter.com/gdVFh4liS8 — Star Trek (@StarTrek) F...
Tags: Startups, TC, Entertainment, US, Star Trek, Spock, Streaming, Cbs, Cbs All Access, Michelle Yeoh, Starfleet, Tilly, Alex Kurtzman, Star Trek Discovery, Michael Burnham, Julie McNamara


Rare Star Wars, superhero toys and much more to be auctioned

George Lucas made zillions of dollars by wisely holding onto the merchandising rights for “Star Wars.” Now, some folks who made him rich by buying those Storm Trooper action figures and miniature X-Wing Fighters – as well as those who were more partial to superhero, “Star Trek,” “Lord of the Rings” and other pop-culture based playthings – stand to earn a few bucks themselves. Prop Store’s first Vintage Toys & Collectibles Live Auction starts at 11 a.m. Thursday and Friday, with more than 750 lot...
Tags: Star Wars, News, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Spock, Auction, Lucasfilm, Local News, George Lucas, Leia, Valencia, Kenner, Chewbacca, Boba Fett


Star Trek: Discoverys Ethan Peck on Landing the Role of Spock — and That Controversial Hair and Beard

The long wait is almost over, Star Trek: Discovery fans. After a half-season of hints and teases, we finally get our first look at a young Spock in Thursday’s episode (CBS All Access, 8:30/7:30c), with Ethan Peck stepping into the iconic role played by Leonard Nimoy on the original Trek TV series. Peck — a veteran of Gossip Girl and Madam Secretary, and the grandson of legendary actor Gregory Peck — knows full well what huge shoes he’s about to fill… even though he didn’t know whose shoes they...
Tags: Religion, Toronto, Spock, Cbs, Leonard Nimoy, J J Abrams, Gregory Peck, Peck, Nimoy, Ethan Peck, TOP VIDEOS, Discoverys Ethan Peck


Kawhi Leonard's First New Balance Shoe Has A Lot Riding On It

Amid all the physics-shattering dunks and unparalleled drip of NBA All-Star Weekend, New Balance quietly unveiled the OMN1S, Kawhi Leonard's first signature sneaker. Like, really quietly: That teaser shrewdly underscores the main challenge New Balance has faced as they check back into the fiercely competitive performance basketball market with Kawhi Leonard—the NBA's Mr. Spock; he of the savage postgame shutdowns and viral maniacal giggles—as their leading man. How do you market a spok...
Tags: News, Spock, Nba, Kawhi Leonard, NBA All Star Weekend New Balance


‘Star Trek’ Animated Series for Kids is Coming to Nickelodeon

There’s already a new Star Trek animated series in the works for CBS All Access that will let Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan play with the support crew on the lower decks of one of the least important ships in Starfleet. But CBS Television Studios is really keen on wringing out the Star Trek brand for all it’s worth, so there’s a different kind of Star Trek animated series in the works elsewhere. CBS is teaming up with Nickelodeon to develop a new Star Trek animated series that will be gear...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Animation, Spock, Cbs, Nickelodeon, Michelle Yeoh, Don, Morty, Kung Fu Panda, Rick, Picard, CBS Television Studios, Mike McMahan


The best movie and TV bromances, from Kirk and Spock to Wayne and Garth

It's not a romance, but it's more than just a friendship: Bromances are special relationships between two men that stand the test of time, and make for great TV and movies. Here are some of the best the big and small screens have offered. The post The best movie and TV bromances, from Kirk and Spock to Wayne and Garth appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Best, Spock, Home Theater, Bromance, Wayne, Kirk, Garth, Movies & TV, TV Series


“An Obol for Charon” May be the Best Episode of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Yet

This latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, “An Obol for Charon,” was a real emotional doozy. This has got to be one of the best episodes of Discovery so far. While prior episodes have entertained while setting up the overall mystery of Red Angel, “An Obol for Charon” took a break from the story to give us everything Star Trek is all about. Let’s get into what made this episode such a great summation of Star Trek ’s mission statement. Discovering new life The problem for ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Sci-fi, America, Star-Trek, Features, Spock, Cbs, Rebecca Romijn, Reno, Michael, Charon, Amy, Federation, Hiawatha


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Adds a Building Block to Its New Season With “Point of Light”

At first I thought this week’s Star Trek: Discovery episode, “Point of Light,” was a little all over the place. But the more I reflect on this, I think this episode should be thought of as a building block. Did it make a lot of narrative sense? Maybe not. But does it set the stage for what’s going down the rest of the season? Absolutely. With that said, let’s talk about the building blocks we were privy to this week. Spock, Michael and the Red Angel Something we’ve already known c...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Features, Spock, Cbs, Ash, Michael, Amy, Amanda, Vulcan, Sarek, Starfleet, Tilly, Klingon


Extras for an Hour, Voyagers for a Lifetime: 'Live Long and Evolve'

None Those were the days. Father and son huddled around a glowing TV screen, eagerly awaiting the next Star Trek episode. It was our ritual. The two of us would gather at a set time, sprawling on a tattered sofa with an armful of snacks: pastries, popcorn, maybe even ice cream. For an hour our lives were suspended; we were no longer citizens of planet Earth—neither pubescent grade schooler nor certified civil engineer. For an hour, we were extras aboard Captain Jean-Luc Picard's USS Enterprise...
Tags: Science Fiction, Music, Science, Biology, Review, Book Review, Earth, Star Trek, Spock, Pop Culture, Evolution, Princeton University Press, Mom, Gene Roddenberry, McCoy, Noor


In test of wisdom, new research favors Yoda over Spock

A person's ability to reason wisely about a challenging situation may improve when they also experience diverse yet balanced emotions, say researchers.
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Delivers a Classic ‘Trek’ Adventure With “New Eden”

This week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery , “New Eden,” brings us even more old-school  Trek goodness by providing us with a thought-provoking adventure, finally ! In fact, we learned a lot of thought-provoking things, which only deepen the overarching mystery of the season. Let’s dive into what we learned. A Luddite colony in space The Problem of the Week is the Discovery saving an interstellar Luddite civilization, New Eden, from certain radioactive doom. It’s a doom that on...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Features, Spock, Cbs, Michael, Amy, Pike, Tilly, Alex Kurtzman, Saru, Star-Trek, TV Reviews, Featured Stories Sidebar


Star Trek: Discovery Episode 2.02 Promo Reveals Spock’s Vision

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Star Trek: Discovery episode 2.02 promo reveals Spock’s vision CBS All Access has released a brand new promo for Star Trek: Discovery episode 2.02 titled “New Eden,” highlighting Spock’s ominous vision about The Red Angel while Sonequa Martin-Green’s Michael Burnham continues her search for him.  Directed by Jonathan Frakes, the new episode will be available for streaming tomorrow on January 24. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Canada, Spock, TV News, Cbs, Cbs All Access, Rainn Wilson, Michelle Yeoh, Vulcan, Sarek, Starfleet, Alex Kurtzman, CBS Television Studios, Klingon


Star Trek Heads Into a Familiar Unknown With IDW's Year Five Saga

We all know how Captain Kirk’s five-year mission starts, but did you ever want to learn how it ends? IDW Publishing will soon be telling that part of The Original Series story with a new comic book series, Star Trek: Year Five, all about the final year of the Enterprise’s iconic five-year journey.
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Spock, Kirk, IDW, IDW Publishing, Captain Kirk, Star Trek The Original Series


In Its Second Season Premiere, ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Learns How to Have Fun

We’re back in the saddle again! Welcome to Star Trek: Discovery, Season 2, where we have a ton more fun around these parts than last season. In fact, “fun” and “levity” are the themes of this episode, “Brother,” despite its intense undercurrent. The episode follows Michael as she tries to figure out what happened to Spock. Unfortunately, we didn’t meet Spock in person, except in the form an audio recording. However, we did get a lot of clues about what this season will bring. Let’s get into...
Tags: Movies, Star-Trek, Features, Spock, Cbs, Ash, Michael, Trump, Kirk, Hugh, Hiawatha, Pike, Berg, Tilly, Alex Kurtzman, Lorca




Picard’s Life is Much Different in New Star Trek Series

Picard’s life is much different in new Star Trek series Star Trek head honcho Alex Kurtzman has already said that Picard, the new CBS All Access series focusing on the life of former Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), would be “extremely different.” Now, thanks to an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, we’re getting a sense of how different this series will be. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAu...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Star Trek, Discovery, Spock, TV News, Cbs, Patrick Stewart, Leonard Nimoy, Cbs All Access, Gene Roddenberry, J J Abrams, Picard, Starfleet, Alex Kurtzman


Marvel's Hopes for the X-Men's Future and Updates From Star Trek: Discovery

DC lines up big names for its next Justice League animated movie. Tony Todd ponders why there’s not been a new Final Destination for a while. Ethan Peck teases where Spock’s at coming into Discovery season two. Plus, more familiar faces for Supernatural’s 300th episode. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Science, Glass, Spock, Justice League, The Flash, Supergirl, Polar, Replicas, Outlander, Hanna, Riverdale, Tony Todd, Young Justice, Ethan Peck, X Men, Star Trek Discovery


18 Awkward "Meet The Parents" Stories That Really Happened

If Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro taught the world anything, it's that meeting your partner's parents doesn't always go as planned. But as the holiday season is in full swing, it's prime time for couples to bring their lovers home for the first time.Meeting your significant other's family for the first time can be a nerve-wracking experience. You're anxious, want to make a good first impression, and hope they're happy to see you with their child. Even if your introductions have a few hiccups, ho...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Spock, Reddit, Belgium, West Coast, Ben Stiller, Pacific Northwest, Dad, East, Jeff, Robert DeNiro, Ron Swanson, Kimmie


The Neal Morse Band Invites You to 'The Great Adventure' (premiere)

None It's hard to believe that The Similitude of a Dream, the second studio LP by the Neal Morse Band, came out two years ago. Loosely based on John Bunyan's theological text The Pilgrim's Progress, the double album found Morse and company—guitarist/vocalist Eric Gillette, keyboardist/vocalist Bill Hubauer, drummer/vocalist Mike Portnoy, and bassist Randy George—outdoing their official debut (2015's The Grand Experiment), if not Morse's prior triumphs as a solo artist and the mastermind behind ...
Tags: Music, Spock, Premiere, George, Morse, John Bunyan, Portnoy, Mike Portnoy, Progressive Rock, Neal Morse, Altadena California, The neal morse band, Eric Gillette, Randy George, Bill Hubauer, Neal Morse Band


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Featurette: What to Expect in Season 2

Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery will look bigger, grander, and more cinematic than ever, with the crew of the CBS All Access show aiming to make the series “look as good as any version of Star Trek that had come before it.” A new Star Trek Discovery featurette, released following the newest trailer for season 2, delves into the making of the more expensive-looking season as well as the new plot threads following the introduction of Captain Pike (Anson Mount) and what’s going on with young, bea...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Toronto, Discovery, Spock, Cbs, Cbs All Access, Kirk, Pike, Alex Kurtzman, U S S Enterprise, Star-Trek, Anson Mount, Star Trek Discovery, U S S Discovery


Spock smiles in the face of danger in new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery S2 (ars technica)

Enlarge / Spock relishes the prospect of danger. "Are you smiling, Spock?" "Yes, Captain, I believe I am." (credit: CBS All Access) Everyone's favorite sober-minded Vulcan, Spock, cracks a rare smile in a new, action-packed trailer for Star Trek: Discovery's upcoming second season. This go-round, the crew of the USS Discovery will be facing its greatest threat yet: a being or entity intent on wiping out all sentient beings in the Universe. Discovery is a prequel to the original Star Trek, set...
Tags: New York, News, Star Trek, Spock, Cbs, Rebecca Romijn, Michelle Yeoh, Jennifer Ouellette, Kirk, Ethan Peck, Philippa Georgiou, Gabriel Lorca, Universe Discovery, Christopher Pike Anson, Michael Burnham Sonequa Martin Green Spock


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ season 2 gets a new, Spock-heavy trailer

CBS has released a new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery season 2, which premieres January 17 on CBS All Access. The new trailer features series newcomers Spock and Christopher Pike prominently. The post ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ season 2 gets a new, Spock-heavy trailer appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Spock, Home Theater, Cbs, Movies & TV, Star Trek Discovery, Christopher Pike, Star Trek: Discovery Season 2


Explosive 'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 2 trailer shows off bearded Spock, new villain

Everyone's favorite Vulcan is returning to the "Star Trek" universe when "Star Trek: Discovery" resumes on CBS All Access in January. The new trailer for the series shows off a bearded version of the iconic Spock.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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