Lately we’ve been receiving a lot of feedback regarding both the show and the website. To everyone who has contacted us to offer your opinion: thanks! It’s always helpful to hear what you love about us and what we could improve upon. So in the interest of keeping everyone well informed here’s what’s going on:
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ComiCon Boston was this past weekend and I was blown away by some of the things that went on. We had a great booth there, made some wonderful new friends, got some great interviews and had such a moment of Déjà vu. In 1972, I was unemployed, and would spend the mornings looking for work […]
Prior to our first show on Saturday, I wanted to post some general instructions for getting the most out of your Sci-Fi Saturday Night experience. For those of you new to some of the technologies that we’re using, I hope this will help you better interact with us. 1. How do I listen to the […]
Just in time for GraniteCon 2009, our new site design is up and ready to go! We can’t wait to start ‘casting again.
Be sure and drop by our table at GRANITECON CONCORD at the Holiday Inn in Concord, New Hampster this Sunday, Sept 27th. from 10 am to 3 pm. Prizes and fun for everyone, and according to Chris and Quincy, FREE ADMISSION!!! This is Dome sayin: We know all your moves.
First of all, Free Comic Book Day is this Satuday, a good time to reconnect with old friends. Second, As this is my first post back since, may I just say a deep thanks to the fine doctors and nurses at the Lahey Clinic, who did an awesome job Blah, blah, blah, enough said, whats […]
In December 2007, on the occasion of his 90th. Birthday, Arthur C Clarke sent a message to the world via You Tube. In it, he discussed what mankind could become over the next century and the foolishness we have perpetrated on one another during the past millennium. In March, 2008, he passed away and those […]
So, here’s what’s been going on in the world of SciFiCo. We are currently in negotiations with a local AM station in Nashua, NH to air our radio show. While their terrestrial broadcast footprint is small, they stream, which would give us some national visibility. As a result of the delicate nature of these negotiations, […]
For the past months, since the reorganization of SCIFICO and the major redo of the online segment of our megacorperation, one of the things missing from the site has been the ability for you, the reader,to comment, without sending me an email, and may I say, it has been cumbersome for me to constantly delete […]
OK kids, on a fairly irregular basis, I will pretend to answer all the hate mail I get as well as the occasional love note.
On my series of articles about the Sci Fi network, John from Colorado wanted to know why I hated Mansquito. OK John, if in fact that is your real name, I have a list of things for you to do: