New SF Datalink Added

June 12, 2008

Do you like your science fiction news in a brief digest format, separated by general category? Perhaps you missed an announcement or did not have time to read the details until now. Or it was just a rumor and you want to hear it from an official source.

SF Datalink is our club’s science fiction news resource that has been there since the early days of our Relative Times newsletter. From our founding year up though a few years ago, a team of dedicated members researched through magazines and newspapers to find items of interest to science fiction fans devoted mainly to media science fiction (tv and movies). Currently, SF Datalink is edited by Dan Giese, one of our club’s founding members and most frequent submitter of content to our site. As fans, we want to know about the current productions as well as how our favorite SF celebrities are doing professionally (and sometimes personally). Some of us do not have time to sift through media magazines or websites for just a few tidbits of interest. SF Datalink offers a brief and concise view of the current state of the industry.

The online version of SF Datalink is the same as what is printed in our Relative Times newsletter. Milwaukee Time Lords members receive eight issues per year that contain a review of recent science fiction events in a handy, digest format. While we have had to reduce the dimensions of our newsletter to help reduce postage costs, we still produce a paper-based newsletter for those who prefer something they can hold and read wherever they are.

I have tried different formats for the online version, now settling with the one that is least time-consuming to implement. Please read through our new columns and post here your comments. We may not have today’s news, but at least we cover the previous month, including items that may have slipped by you.


Top 10 Reasons To View Season 4 Battlestar Galactica

April 29, 2008

Here is a very funny video clip that features the cast of Battlestar Galactica (in costume and in character) reading top ten list on the Late Night with David Letterman show.

Milwaukee Public Television TV Schedule – September

September 8, 2007

For those who tune into MPT for Doctor Who or other programs, here is a link to the September 2007 schedule.

September 2007

Highlights that may interest you for Saturday:

6:30PM Jim Knox’s Wild Zoofari “The Bronx Zoo”
7PM Movie: My Darling Clementine (1946)
8PM Last of the Summer Wine “From Here to Paternity”
8:30PM Good Neighbors “Mr. Fix-It”
8:37PM Sidewalk Astronomer
11PM Doctor Who “The Unquiet Dead”

Babylon 5 On YouTube – Johnny Sekka Tribute

February 25, 2007

The following YouTube video clip features Johnny Sekka who had a brief role in the Babylon 5 series.

If you have a clip or news item about a favorite science fiction celebrity you wish to honor, send it here and I will post it.

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