Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?
Isn't it funny how unimpressive the main viewscreen looks now that we live in the era of ginormous flat-screen displays? I remember being very impressed by the displays on the bridge when I was younger, but the modern home theater with plasma, LCD, or even organic LED technologies makes me feel like we're nearly at the point where we can check the "been there, done that" box for that aspect of Star Trek
I wonder what other cool presentation technologies we'll have by the time the final act is released?
That for me is also a period reality check that I find myself running into more and more often.
It's ok to release a bad fan film. What is not ok is fighting/hating on those you ask what they think, delete the discussion, etc. Expect the next guy to stomp on you doing the fans a favor. Releasing fan films is not a blank check to be an asshole.