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In memoriam–Penny Juday

This weekend we lost our friend Penny Juday.  She died after a long battle with cancer.  Penny was a friend to everyone in the Star Trek community.  She was well known for her work in the art department on many Star Trek series and movies and knew more about Star Trek props than anyone–she was […]

Creating a television series that makes it to a second season is a difficult thing to do.  It’s difficult today and was just as tough in 1966 when Gene Roddenberry created a full-color science fiction show in prime time about a “Wagon Train to the stars”–a Western in space–a Star Trek.  The unlikely series survived into not only its second season […]

Hey, looks like we made it! Five years ago today, Elizabeth C. Bunce, Art Schmidt, Jason McClain, and I had already spent a few months talking through the technical details for the launch of borg.com.  What should it look like?  What should we write about?  How do we get to there from here?  Then it all […]

Interview by C.J. Bunce One of my favorite people in the Star Trek world is Penny Juday.  Not only is she a great person, she is always willing to share interesting stories about her days working for Paramount on Star Trek.  As a former U.S. Navy Submarine fleet detailer, Penny Juday staffed the Navy’s sub-fleet with […]

Today we continue yesterday’s interview with former Paramount art coordinator and Star Trek archivist, Penny Juday… CB:  How often does Star Trek enter your thoughts now that you no longer work for Paramount?  I heard that Star Trek video supervisor and graphic artist Denise Okuda introduced you to your husband, Anthony Fredrickson, while working on Deep […]

To get to borg.com’s first anniversary it actually took us 366 days because of the leap year.  And what a year it has been! So what do we have to show for 366 daily posts–our attempt to keep you up to date on what is going on in science fiction, fantasy, and entertainment news? We interviewed some great […]