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Thursday
Jul122012

Isn’t LA Already A Tech Hub?

Is LA The Next Tech Hub? We argue it already is. With Caltech, JPL, Information Sciences Institute, UCLA, USC... to name a few. We air a clip from LA mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti’s keynote speech at Silicon Beach Fest where he discusses his plans to make Los Angeles a technology hub.

... He [Eric Garcetti] mentioned the James Webb Space Telescope, which is going to see back to the big bang, is being built here in LA and you don’t necessarily hear about that. He didn't mention that SpaceX... the first private company to dock with the International Space Station, well that was built here in Hawthorne. So when we talk about LA not being a tech city, you know we are ignoring some of the most high technology... enterprises and companies that have ever been created.

Brandon Barney

Monday
Jun182012

The Future of Science Fiction With Marc Zicree & Ray Bradbury

 

We start with a clip from the Pacifica Archives of the late Ray Bradbury on how to tell a good story and later how we need to remember what inspires us and makes us what to explore our solar system. We also spoke with Marc Zicree, a famous science fiction writer and producer, who wrote The Twilight Zone Companion and has written for shows like Star Trek: The Next Generation and Sliders about his crowd-funded project Space Command and the future of funding and moving back to positive science fiction.

 


I have a feeling you need me... and... I'm gonna watch you the next ten years and as the years pass you're going to need me even more, and I'm going to come back and help you...
Ray Bradbury


For me, what Space Command is, is a return to hopeful science fiction, it’s a return to a vision of possibility. I’m looking back at the vision we had in the 50s… and saying lets extrapolate from that with a modern perspective… what I’m creating is a story that covers about 200 years of man’s expansion into space…

Marc Zicree


 

 

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