Star Trek The Next Generation

“I hope that people walk away from the series more willing to see themselves in other people."
So far, this is most definitely a Trek worth discovering.
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We've been dreaming about virtual reality for a long time. So long, in fact, that some are skeptical that it's really here to stay.
One of the main concepts of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek was that in the future, all the silly prejudices of the modern era were gone. In the original series that came out in the 1960s, right in the middle of the Cold War, Roddenberry had a Russian serving on the Enterprise's bridge.
Now, imagine walking up to your TV and saying "Siri! Earl Grey. Hot!" Then, realizing that Siri had yet to learn how to boil
Jan Van Den Hemel, who puts his TNG collages together using open-source 3-D animation tools, set some time aside to discuss Jean-Luc Picard, Jonathan Frakes, tea, space babies and the animated feature he's trying to get off the ground.
The actor wishes more officials were like his character, Jean-Luc Picard.
There was some heartening news over the holidays for those of us who are longtime Star Trek fans. And there was some alarming news, none of which has been mitigated since.