The Computer Talk Radio Nerdcast, with your hosts, 'East Coast Geek' Keith M. Sedor & 'West Coast Nerd' Benjamin Rockwell, helps everyone embrace their inner nerd, and join in the fun. Star Trek, Star Wars, star gazing, science fiction, lost & forgotten technologies, and other nerdy topics (like the Oreo flavor of the month) are just a few of topics we'll discuss. Special guests stop by to share their expertise, and quarterly episodes like the gathering of the 'Treksperts Roundtable' round out the fun! So join us on the nerd side for The Nerdcast... the 'Computer Talk Radio Nerdcast'!
Keith M. Sedor & Benjamin Rockwell once again gather the Treksperts Roundtable to discuss Season 1, Part 1 of 'Star Trek: Discovery', and Season 1 of 'The Orville', joined by fellow Treksperts Tim Piland and Rob Román.
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When Keith & Benjamin get together, hilarity ensues. Most of the best stuff never makes it to air, and this week is no exception. For some light-hearted holiday fun, we peel back the production curtain to reveal this week's funniest outtakes!
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Keith & Benjamin welcome not one, but TWO special guests to this episode of the 'Computer Talk Radio Nerdcast': fellow 'Treksperts' Tim Piland from 'HarvestMoonProductions.com', AND... joining us for the first time, from 'DocMonster Labs', Rob Román.
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Fellow Trekspert Tim Piland quizzes host Keith M. Sedor on both Star Trek & Star Wars trivia. Hilarity ensues!
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Keith & Benjamin sit down for our first interview with Academy Award-winning Star Trek artist, Doug Drexler.
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Keith & Benjamin are joined by Tim Piland to discuss NASA's recently announced voyage to the red planet.
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Following our last interview, Keith & Benjamin once again welcome Star Trek: Axanar producer, Alec Peters, to discuss the latest updates on the Axanar fan film project, after the Axanar Summit, a meeting of Alec's executive team.
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Keith & Benjamin welcome Ken Ray & Tim Piland to the second episode of 'The Treksperts Roundtable'.
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Keith & Benjamin discuss the Axanar settlement with producer Alec Peters
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Keith & Benjamin discuss the announcement of the upcoming new Star Trek series with fellow 'Treksperts' Ken Ray & Tim Piland
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Keith & Benjamin welcome Star Trek: Axanar producer, Alec Peters, to discuss the latest on the eagerly anticipated independent feature film, including new uniform designs, their vision for the look & feel of pre-TOS Star Trek, the lawsuit & much more.
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Keith & Benjamin discuss imagined technologies that still aren't available.
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Keith & Benjamin discuss once vital technologies that have since become obsolete.
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Keith & Benjamin discuss the perils & pitfalls, and the pros & cons of re-edited or 'special editions' of beloved movies (with Star Wars as our prime example).
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This "Nerdcast" as we call it, is something special for our regular listeners that want to see the nerdier side of the folks behind Computer Talk Radio. From gadgets to movies, the TV shows that enthrall us, and the other things that catch our attention, this is a different kind of free-for-all that underscores why we might still be considered nerds.