The script of "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" ( #LOST Season 1, Episode 11) is included!
I've read in the Wikipedia article about Torchwood that Doctor Who's "target audience contains both adults and children" (as opposed to Torchwood, which "is aimed at an older audience").
I haven't seen any of the original Doctor Who series (but I've noticed that the new series makes references to it; I'm currently viewing Season 5  on Netflix). I seem to remember it being on TV when I was a kid, but I never watched it. (Probably because it looked old, and starred an old man… and because my dad usually picked something else. I imagine the original Doctor Who series was more popular in Britain.) My dad has always liked sci-fi shows. Most of what I know about Star Trek was learned watching the various series (particularly TNG, and also DS9 and Voyager) with my dad. We owned the Star Wars Trilogy (Special Edition) on VHS.
Now the only videos I own of any of these shows are the widescreen editions of Star Wars Episodes III-VI on DVD (Episodes I and II weren't up to par with III-VI, IMO). And apparently I have some prequels to Doctor Who Season 6 (2011) episodes, which must have been free downloads on iTunes. Again, I'm still on Season 5, so no spoilers please (or "Spoilers!" as River Song often says with a smirk).
For my fellow #LOST fans: The script of "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" (Season 1, Episode 11) is included!
If you haven't heard of #VNC , it's a way to control a computer as though you're sitting in front of it (more or less; the mobile interface is a little clunky). It's not a secure protocol, though; passwords are sent in clear text, so keep that in mind if you decide to use it while connected to public networks (or make sure you've established a secure VPN connection prior to connecting to a VNC server). #Apple #tech #sysadmin #utilities
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- Northcentral UniversityBusiness Administration, Computer and Information Security (completed some Ph.D. coursework)
- American InterContinental University OnlineInformation Technology, Internet Security (MIT)
- American InterContinental University OnlineInformation Technology, Network Administration (BIT)
- Chaffey CollegeComputer Information Systems (AS)