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Stream part deux.

From Salon:

A new documentary on the Trio cable network sums up 30 years of big budgets, blitzkrieg marketing, bad scripts and Kevin Costner.

Heather Havrilesky's article is a great read. I think you should check it out, and consider a subscription.

I've been reading Plastic almost daily.

I just finished a great book called "Jennifer Government." I bought it on a Saturday, and finished it by the following Tuesday. I think it's the fastest I've ever read a book. It's that good.

Did you see this from William Shatner, on IMDB?

Acting veteran William Shatner may have gained fame by starring in the Star Trek series - but he believes the show is now "old hat." The 71-year-old star first shot to fame as Captain James T. Kirk in the 1966 TV series, but now he refuses to watch the many spin-off programs and films, believing they've lost what made them great. He says, "It needs something new. The people responsible for it have lost its way and they need to find it again. They need a whole new group of talent to give a fresh approach. By doing too many things, they have lost Star Trek's way because of greed."

"Wheaton and Shatner on same side . . . horsemen to arrive at ten, news at eleven."