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As 2010 fades away, I find myself looking forward to 2011 and wishing for a few things to come true in the world of sci-fi (and other cool stuff). I’m not going to make any predictions for the upcoming year… but I will state a few things that I sincerely hope come to pass in […]
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Back in October 2009 we discussed the idea of zombies in the Star Wars universe. “Death Troopers” was a pretty good book that threw a little horror genre into the world of Star Wars. “Night of the Living Trekkies” by Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall is an over-the-top, unofficial novel about zombies and Star […]
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We Sci-Guys like all sorts of stuff. Sci-Fi Movies, TV shows, comics, books, games… Stuff that we say is “in our wheelhouse”. As heard in our last podcast, here is our Top 5 for the year 2010. NUMBER 5 LOST: THE FINAL SEASON (TV) Call it a lifetime achievement award if you like, but […]
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I guess this makes Sci-Bot-9000’s huffing seem like less of a big deal.
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The rumors of a Playstation Phone have been stirring the last couple months, but it looks like this might be the real deal. And the funny thing is that we may see it before Japan. Asahi.com is reporting these machines should hit America and Europe in spring. The article (published on Dec. 28) says it […]
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Fireplace Yule Log Video @ Yahoo! Video
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This has practically become a part of our holiday tradition the last couple years. NORAD tracks Santa online at NoradSanta.org. We get a kick out of seeing Santa hop and pop around the world, but we are at the advantage of being on the West Coast of the US, so it can practically be an […]
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2010, I wish I knew how to quit you. OH WAIT! We’ll just do what we always do at the end of the year, list the Sci-Guys Top 5 of the year!