Nerdy Dad Jeremy McKeen is finally done with Star Wars. Just don’t tell his son.
Han Solo, Captain Picard, or Mr. Spock? How to Decide What to Do in Life (When You Don’t Know What To Do)
If you’re unsure of what kind of man to be, be one of these. Or not. Jeremy McKeen chooses…wisely. — We all face a hundred decisions a day from what to feed the kids to whether or not we should have that third beer. The question of the essential self and how we want to […]
David Davis obviously never heard the Borg mantra “Resistance is futile.” So he is resisting and trying to free his son from the Borg that is technology. He wants you too as well, starting with wearing a gray ribbon
Alex Yarde reviews great products for Trekker fans—or just fans of great products.
Forget laser pistols and phaser beams, your mind is your greatest asset for success.
James Halcomb remembers the acting legend.
Noah Brand grew up in 1990s Star Wars fandom, and was there the day it died. Like most geeks, I’ve been hearing a lot about the new Star Wars movies for a while. People opining one way or the other about casting announcements, plot leaks, the teaser trailer, whether the new sequels will be wonderful […]
“To love radically and wholly, invested fully in something that is not the self, creates a greater thing than the ego could ever imagine,” writes science fiction fan N.C. Harrison.
“One more rep, a few more pounds, another breath,” writes injured strongman N.C. Harrison. “As the world moves, so must I.”
Alex Yarde found the perfect place to shop for the Geek Mom in your life for Mothers Day!
Many men are torn apart psychically because they are not in touch with their gentler emotions, writes N.C. Harrison.
Dewaine Farria on the greatest thing a guy can do with his face.
Thanks to Dan Gallagher’s sense of humor and ingenuity, his first-born daughter, Lily, has shared the screen with some of Hollywood’s biggest names—all before she’s out of diapers.
Two Cort Ruddys debate his/their feelings on Disney’s recent smash.
Alex Yarde thinks resting upon our laurels cost us progress for blacks in television.