Captain Picard, Enterprise CEO
Kathryn Janeway, Startup CEO
I enjoyed analyzing Captain Janeway’s style of leadership as compared to a startup CEO in the first part of a three-part essay on Star Trek captains and leadership. In the second part, I get to tackle my favorite captain of them all: Jean-Luc Picard. I’ll be talking about how Picard’s style of management is ideal […]
Benedict Cumberbatch Lied To Me And Broke My Heart
Reposted from an edited version at WeWork Magazine. A couple of weeks ago, WeWork Magazine interviewed me for a Spotlight article about me. One of my answers about which Star Trek captain I thought my management style most closely reflected betrayed how seriously I take Star Trek. So, they’ve asked me to expand on my […]
One woman’s continuing mission to make you love Star Trek, too.
Ever wondered how Frankenstein’s Creature learned to speak? He listened to an impoverished professor reading aloud and explaining one of the greatest books of the Enlightenment. Those of you who recently saw the brilliant Frankenstein/Creature role swap done by Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller by the National Theater will remember that De Lacey used […]
(Interlude between Delve Posts) Tarah and LEONARD NIMOY at ECCC.
I recently attended the Seattle Symphony’s ‘Scifi at the Pops‘, a collection of great science fiction scores and themes. I bought a ticket even before I knew that Jonathan Frakes would be directing. I was thrilled to find out, of course; I had the hugest crush on Commander Riker when I was thirteen, just like […]
That is all I have to say. If any of you are interested, the Edward shirt I’m wearing is available over at Hijinks Ensue. Joel Watson writes a BRILLIANT web comic, and I ordered this shirt at the height of the Team Edward frenzy late last year. Ok, so no-joke-there-I-was, like FOUR INCHES away from […]