Sunday Summary – July 26th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

This week we began our regular Doctor Who report, visited the worlds of Cyberspace for an interview with film director Guy Roger-Duvert, an exploration of Virtual Reality, and even a Cyberpunk short story. We also had details about the recent Midsummer Masquerade and the upcoming Time Travelers’ Ball.


Monday, July 20th, 2015

Doctor Who: The Doctor and Missy

Napoleon awarded the patent for the first combustion engine on July 20th, 1807 to Nicéphore Niépce, Lucretia Strange gave us a preview of what to expect in Season Nine of Doctor Whoand we present our Midsummer Masquerade survey for those who attended.


Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

On July 21st, 1902 American engineer Willis Haviland Carrier invented air conditioning, and M. Leigh Hood interviewed director Guy-Roger Duvert on Virtual Revolution, a cyberpunk mystery thriller involving realities more and less virtual.


Wednesday July 22nd, 2015

“Public Enemy Number One” John Dillinger was gunned down on July 22nd, 1934, we continued to look at Dirty Jobs of the Victorian Era – Angora and Anthrax with Dr. Pembroke, and brought you the 2015 Midsummer Masquerade Report.


Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

Canada became more united on July 23rd, 1840, we explored more Virtual Reality and Cyberpunk with The Realmdweller, and we announced this year’s Cincinnati Time Travelers’ Ball for November 14th, 2015.


Friday, July 24th, 2015

On July 24th, 1901 American author O.Henry was released from prison, Chris Pavesic explained that Steampunk is More Than its History, and we went back to 1985 for a Star Wars inspired music video to “Loverboy” by Billy Ocean.


Saturday, July 25th, 2015

July 25th, 1837 saw the first commercial use of telegraph technology, and Katie Lynn Daniels took us into space on the wings of Solar Sail Spaceships.


Sunday, July 26th, 2015

July 26th, 1887 was the release date of Dr. Esperanto’s International Language, usually referred to as Unua Libro which marked the birth of Esperanto, we had the Cyberpunk short story “The November Uprising,” and then it was time for the Sunday Summary 🙂


Coming Next Week . . .

We will look closer at Doctor Who‘s villainous Missy, explore film adaptations of the legendary King Arthur, and have more of our usual retro-futuristic musings and news.


 

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