Tag Archives: Doctor Who

August 27

A H&S Expert’s Verdict on the Death Star, the TARDIS, and Other Fictional Workplaces

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there is an engineer scratching his head over a potentially big problem. He explains to his employer that somewhere on the surface of the enormous battle-station he’s been hired to help build, there is an uncovered exhaust port. The port is no bigger than a […]

September 29

National Coffee Day & Geeky Mugs

BY: TCO As a Seattleite, I’ve been bred to cherish coffee in all its glory. I’ve been drinking the java since I was around 9 years old (decaf, of course…although I still think it might have stunted my growth), and have been obsessing over it ever since.  If you share my obsession, check out these locations that are […]

January 24

Featured Kickstarter: Geeky Sprinkles

Featured Kickstarter: Geeky Sprinkles By: Terra Clarke Olsen I love when two of my favorite worlds collide. In this instance, it happens to be three–geek life, baking, and fundraising! I recently backed the Kickstarter for Geeky Sprinkles, and of course, I have to help spread the word so this project can happen (and so I […]

June 10

The Doctor’s Newest Companion: Mary Sue

The Doctor’s Newest Companion: Mary Sue By: Brit McGinnis CAUTION: Contains major spoilers, including those from past episodes.   Like many Doctor Who fans, I was extremely impressed by “The Name of the Doctor.” It wrapped up the Impossible Girl plot very neatly, and had plenty of action and new monsters to delight. The return […]

March 11

Healthy Nerd: Couch Potato No More

Healthy Nerd: Couch Potato No More By: Andrea Cole Have you ever done a marathon of your favorite TV show only to be told, by a person or the streaming service of your choice, that you’ve been watching for a while and maybe it’s time for a break? This is often their way of saying […]

February 27

Doctor Who Firsts

Doctor Who Firsts By: Brianna Noll Over the winter holidays, I was in Pennsylvania visiting my family, and we experienced back-to-back snowstorms that kept me housebound for a few days. I burned through the books I’d brought with me pretty quickly, so I started flipping through the channels on the TV, and I came to […]