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Cats Geek Out in Hollywood

Geeks of a different stripe turned out en masse this weekend at the Hollywood opening of Cat Art Show Los Angeles. And like any other geekable topic, cats brought out the geeky camaraderie among many attendees. The wait to get into … Continue reading

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CAT ART SHOW LOS ANGELES – OPENING NIGHT REVIEW

It was a lively crowd that turned out for the Los Angeles Cat Art Show opening Saturday night. People from all walks of life – singles, families with small children, older couples – and everyone in between showed up, many … Continue reading

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David Gerrold Turns 70

We at Krypton Radio would like to wish David Gerrold a very happy 70th birthday! Gerrold is an icon in the sci-fi community, known for his work as a screenwriter and novelist. When I contacted Gerrold for an interview for this article, … Continue reading

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Remembering DeForest Kelley

On this date in 1920, Jackson DeForest Kelley was born in Atlanta, the son of a Baptist minister.  I spoke with Bjo Trimble — best-known in fandom as “The Woman Who Saved Star Trek” – who was a long-time friend … Continue reading

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The Human Brain Project: Science From Fiction

Once again, science is taking a stab at catching up with science fiction. In an ambitious undertaking, the Human Brain Project (HBP), an international … well, brain trust, under the direction of renowned neurology researcher Henry Markram, plans to create … Continue reading

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Business Writing & Editing

There’s no substitute for experience I understand that when you hire a writer for your business, you need more than good language skills. You’re looking for a writer who understands business and doesn’t need a lot of hand-holding to get … Continue reading

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Technical Editing

When you hire a technical editor, you need a lot more than simple copyediting and proofreading. You need an editor who can understand the content and goals of your document and offer substantive comments and queries to improve the readability … Continue reading

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Blogs, Articles & Adverticles

Keeping fresh content on your website is a challenge, yet your search rankings depend on it. Attaching a blog to your site is a smart way to build your audience, get them interacting with your content, and establish your business … Continue reading

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Social Media

We all know that having a social media presence is critical to growing a healthy business in today’s marketplace. It’s no longer optional bonus content. It can be an expedient and economical way to expand your company’s reach. Is your … Continue reading

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Marketing Copy and Collateral

Email marketing is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it offers the opportunity to reach far more prospects than would ever have been feasible using snail mail. On the other hand, it’s so easy to over-market your prospects and … Continue reading

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